AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has opened up at least 24 new positions for their in-house camera hardware and software engineering teams. This further illustrates that Apple takes iPhoneography seriously and how the iPhone and other mobile devices have changed photography.
The MPA — the Mobile Photo Awards — have announced details of their latest brick and mortar show and their latest worldwide call for entries. The new iPhoneography and mobile photography exhibit is #4 Seconds and MPA have partnered with Obscura Gallery in Melbourne, Australia for a five-week run.
My review of the Muku Shuttr, a remote shutter release for iPhone and Samsung mobile phone devices. There are other remote shutter release gizmos available for iPhone. I think none of them are as slick as the Shuttr.
Thanks to iPhoneographer Cindy Patrick, Lofi’s weekly Flickr Gallery returns soon. Cindy and I have made some changes so that it’s newer and better. Images selected for our LoFi’s galleries may also appear in upcoming brick-and-mortar iPhoneography shows. Our new Flickr showcase counts.
Since the dark, gray, low-contrast days of the first iPhones, I’ve been a Perfectly Clear evangelist. It’s still the best way I’ve found to quickly and easily improve your iPhoneography with just one click. There are a couple of new updates in the pipeline. Today, I’ve got some promo codes up for grabs.
Life In LoFi is one of the oldest and most-respected blogs about iPhoneography (iPhone photography) and capturing the world in digital lo-fi. Featuring iPhone photo news, showcases, app reviews, and the occasional musings of iPhoneographer Marty Yawnick.