Articles tagged with: Droid
One of the two new gizmos this year that I find really intriguing is Polaroid’s new venture into instant digital photography, the SC1630. It’s basically a Polaroid-branded digital camera with an Android-based smartphone.
According to a recent report on CNET, a version of the insanely popular iPhone photo app Instagram is coming to Android.
With all the recent improvements, Life In LoFi’s definitive iPhone/Mobile Photo Print Sizes guide has been updated to reflect the larger file sizes of iPhone and mobile cameras as well as the increased processing power of some of the new photo apps.
The new Camera360 version 2.0 update was released recently for iPhone and it’s a huge step backwards on iOS. If this update is anything close to parity with the Android version, I feel sorry for our Droidographer counterparts.
Camera360 ultimate for iPhone is FREE right now in the App Store. This is for the full version of the app, not a feature-limited lite version.
Dropico takes aim at Instagram. While it has some very nice features compared to Instagram, the version 1.0 release has a few problems that need to be fixed if Dropico is to try and topple the king.
The forthcoming update to Diptic will support full device resolution on your iPhone. The new update will be a huge improvement and also includes other user-requested features.
The HipShootOut Exhibition in Dallas, Texas opened Saturday, July 31 at UTD. I thought the quality of the the photography was great throughout. Overall, the images were more about the photo and less about the app.
The MMS Gallery is a mobile phone photography contest that aims to celebrate the use of mobile phones to create art, and showcase the creativity that lives within all people.
Macworld has tested the new iPhone 4 camera against not only several other smartphones, but a couple of consumer point-and-shoot digital cameras as well.