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The move to DreamHost is complete. Our servers are much more robust, faster and scalable. As the blog continues to grow, our new server on DreamHost will be able to grow with us.
Life In LoFi has outgrown our previous web hosting service and is in the process of migrating to DreamHost tonight.
It was suggested that we share information and reviews and I gladly accepted. Glyn and I found that many times we were reviewing the same apps and usually arriving at the same conclusions.
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.
Fragment is the latest app from Pixite Apps, makers of Tangent and LoryStripes. It’s the perfect app for adding shapes and geometric patterns to your photos.
SnappyLabs has been purchased by Apple. SnappyLabs is the developer of SnappyCam, the fastest full-quality burst mode camera available in the App Store. The app has since been removed for sale.
2014 is here and Life In LoFi wishes you and yours a very Happy and successful New Year! iPhoneographically, may you get your shot, may your light be perfect, and may your auto-focus always lock!
Our weekly iPhoneography showcase for October 12 is out and features outstanding iPhoneography from Robin Robertis, Sarah Jarrett, Bob Weil, Karen Divine, Elodie Hunting, Wayman Stairs, Davide Capponi, Vivi Hanson Sacerdote, Sean Hayes, Em Kachouro and more.
HarrisCamera, LightLeaker, ZebraFilm, SubtleColor, and more – all of Shota Nakagami’s excellent iPhoneography apps – are FREE right now for a very limited time.
David Bird reviews Afterlight, a great photo editing app for both beginners and experts with image editing tools, filters, and a great selection of light leaks.
Our weekly iPhoneography showcase for October 5 is out and is guest curated by iPhone artist Sarah Jarrett this week. We’ve got some outstanding iPhoneography and iPhone art from Caroline Macmoran, Nicki Fitz-Gerald, Lea Zimany, Scott Woodward, Vivi Hanson Sacerdote, Wayman Stairs, Maddy McCoy, Gianluca Ricoveri, Liz Traynor, Alain Goldfarb and more.
The third annual MPAs — The Mobile Photo Awards — is accepting submissions now through December 3, 2013. The MPAs are one of the largest and most high-profile brick-and-mortar exhibitions of its kind.