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Technique: Maximum pixels from Mill Colour

October 18, 2010 – 1:09 am | Edit Post
Mill Colour for iPhone

With most apps, selecting full resolution in the app’s settings saves images at just that — the maximum resolution the app will support. The glitch in Mill Colour saves images at 1280×960 px when Full resolution is selected.

iPhone 4 and the missing rows of pixels

October 12, 2010 – 3:33 am | Edit Post

Saving full-res iPhone 4 images down to 2MP often results in an image size of 1600×1196 or 1195 pixels. What happens to the missing 4-5 pixels? It’s actually not a bug in the iOS or in the apps themselves.

I just installed the ClassicTOY update. Where are my lenses?

September 29, 2010 – 1:46 am | Edit Post
classictoy for iPhone iPod Touch

The ClassicTOY 4.0.0 update has just been released. For most users, it’s a seamless upgrade. Some users are experiencing problems with their previously purchased full lens packs. Don’t worry! It’s an easy fix.

Jay Lemieux: What’s wrong with this picture?

September 22, 2010 – 10:51 am | Edit Post

Last week I was fooling around with Hipstamatic and for some strange reason the pictures in my iPhone camera roll were all rotated. It’s because my iPhone is jailbroken and I have a rotator tweak installed!

PictureShow 101: What do those 3 buttons do?

September 21, 2010 – 12:03 am | Edit Post
PictureShow for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPhoneography

PictureShow is easy to use, but without an online manual or built-in help, some of you may be wondering what the three buttons at the top of the screen do?

iPhone photo prints: How big can you go?

August 25, 2010 – 1:34 am | Edit Post
iphone photo print enlargement iphoneography

You can get good-quality iPhone photo prints from any iDevice. While most photo sharing is done online these days, all iPhones have very print-friendly resolutions, including the early 2 megapixel cameras of the 2G and 3G.

10 essential tips for iPhoneographers, by Jason Feather

August 18, 2010 – 2:20 am | Edit Post

10 Brief but essential tips for taking better photos with your iPhone.

iPhone 101: Apps acting up? Try a reboot.

August 17, 2010 – 2:33 pm | Edit Post

I reviewed a photo app recently that just refused to perform at all once I downloaded and installed it. The screen looked jumbled and controls failed to work. I rebooted my iPhone 4, restarted the …

Camera+ with VolumeSnap rejected. Here’s the workaround. [UPDATED]

August 10, 2010 – 9:35 am | Edit Post
Camera+ for iPhone with VolumeSnap rejected from the App Store

The latest update of Camera+ has been rejected because of a cool new feature, VolumeSnap. We have a workaround.

Technique: Capturing Silhouettes, by Jason L. Parks

August 9, 2010 – 1:22 am | Edit Post

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.

iPhone 101: Keep your iPhone 4 and 4S lens clean

August 3, 2010 – 2:04 pm | Edit Post

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.

Pic Grunger 3.1 update on the way. Here’s a fix until then.

July 31, 2010 – 12:15 pm | Edit Post

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.