Articles tagged with: camera
Here’s a link to a classic post on the MCP Actions blog about tips to break your photography rut. It’s aimed at professionals and photographers who shoot with rigs, but it still has some good, usable tips for breaking an iPhoneography rut as well.
A good camera replacement app should be easy to use and offer more advanced tools than Apple’s Camera app. Here are the features that I look for in a camera replacement app.
Here’s our short list of the best starter apps. While there are many great photo apps available ready for you to discover, these apps will not only give you the most bang for your buck (or two), but are also super easy to learn and get up to speed quickly with.
Since the release of iOS 5 and the addition of the Volume Button Shutter in Apple’s Camera, many third party developers have followed suit and implemented the feature in their own apps. Jeff McMorris from CodeGoo, tells Life In LoFi that Apple has approved these apps “by mistake.”
Consistently top-selling camera replacement app, Camera+ was updated today to version 2.4VS. Its one new feature: the return of VolumeSnap.
Over the weekend, I was able to use an iPhone 4 with a golden master — basically a release copy — of iOS 5. I didn’t have much hands on time with it, but here are my thoughts and a few screenshots of the greatly improved Apple Camera and Photos apps.
While much fuss has been made in the Appleverse about today’s Let’s Talk iPhone event, most of the speculation has been focused on new iPhone devices. Among the announcements today are the official feature list of the next-generation iOS 5.
Instagrammer @wilburtheant, along with @darren2112 and @dudettewalnuts, have been circulating a recipe to recreate the look of Instagram’s old Gotham filter using Camera+.
CamCam is a new effects camera from CnC with 30 film, camera and color effects and 7 frames. It’s fun but flawed. The filters look good and I like the live preview. It’s not a fast shooter. I don’t think it was intended to be.
ars technica recently posted a photo of sushi allegedly shot with an iPhone. What’s special about this iPhone photo is that it was cropped down from an original size of 3264 x 2448 pixels — 8 megapixels, the rumored resolution of the next generation iPhone camera.
AppleInsider has posted a story which gives a few clues as to the specs of the camera in the next-generation iPhone. According to a recent report, two Taiwan suppliers have been tapped to supply the lenses for the 8 MP camera in the upcoming “iPhone 5.”
New photo app Orasis by Orasis Imaging claims to “[capture] reality, not just light.” While the science may be good, it needs some tweaks before it’s useful out of the lab.