Articles tagged with: Droidography
The iPhone camera does not have a true zoom lens. It has a digital zoom. Before you crank it up to 5X, read on for our tips on getting the best shots on an iPhone, Droid, or any camera phone with a digital zoom.
Life In LoFi and CanvasPop present the “Shades of Summer” LoFi Photo Contest. The Winner gets an 18″x24″, 1.5″ depth gallery stretched canvas (value $119) and a showcase feature on the Life In LoFi blog.
It looks like one of the other “Retro Camera” apps is getting an update this week. Retro Camera Plus from Urbian, the iOS version ported from Retro Camera for Android, got an update today not long after the update for Android hit the streets.
iAMDA is now accepting entries for its first ONLINE EXHIBITION. They are calling all artists to submit works for â€œTHE UNSEENâ€, an online showcase of mobile digital works that push the boundaries of what we know and have seen in the pastâ€“visually and/or creatively.
This is last call for entries for Pints + Pixels:The Cell Phone Edition, an event in the Los Angeles area on Thursday, April 14, 2011 as part of Month of Photography – Los Angeles. This is for all cell phone photographers and platforms, including iPhone, Android, Nokia and Pre.
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.
If you’re in Miami area this weekend, stop by Artspace MAGQ Gallery where The International Cell Phone Photo Show continues through Thursday, November 4, 2010
“Miami seemed delighted to finally see iPhoneography live!”
Hey, Miami! The International Cell Phone Photo Show opens tonight. The show is open to the public from Friday, October 8th until Thursday, November 4, 2010.
The latest project from EYE’EM is the next phase of their website — an online community of mobile photographers. Life in LoFi has 30 free codes to the beta site.
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.