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The latest update of Camera+ has been rejected because of a cool new feature, VolumeSnap. We have a workaround.
Capturing silhouettes is a great way to add contrast in a photo. When coupled with a beautiful landscape or background, silhouettes help to add balance and depth and strengthens a photo’s composition.
The larger lens of the iPhone 4 and 4S camera is still teeny. Fortunately, keeping the iPhone 4’s lens clean is even easier than previous models.
Recently, the Pic Grunger 3.1 update was released and it contains a bug that saves all images at no more than 800×600 pixels. Here’s a temporary fix to get high res working.
By combining FILM LAB and Photo fx, I can easily achieve the complete look of analog film and because FILM LAB saves out at 3 MP, the images can be printed as well as being displayed online.
If you’re experiencing the low light yellow cast issue some iPhone 4 owners are having with their camera, the Auto White Balance filter in PhotoForge probably does the best job the quickest in removing the yellow cast
If you’re relatively new to iPhoneography or just new to Hipstamatic, here’s a walk-thru of Hipstamatic 160’s settings. Making a few changes here will help to make shooting with Hipstamatic even better.
Photoble recently ran a great story, “10 Tips To Get Your Photos Noticed on Flickr” with some excellent pointers on increasing the visibility of your posted photography and is a great tutorial to help your images get noticed on Flickr
If you choose to keep using iPhone OS 3, should you upgrade your apps or should you just ignore the updates?
Higher resolutions are of utmost importance in photography. There may be times where you want to output your work as a traditional photographic print.
I’m a huge proponent of learning the rules — learning how and why things work — so that when the opportunity arises, you know when to break them.
iPhoneographer Jeff White created this interesting self-portrait using DXP, DotCamera, StripeCam and ToonPAINT. Check out the full post over at the iPhoneography blog to see how he created it.