Articles tagged with: Glyn Evans
This Tuesday, as Apple unveils whatever secrets they are unveiling, join Life In LoFi and a panel of top iPhoneographers and experts as we broadcast live coverage of Apple’s September event.
Glyn Evans is my friend and helped inspire me as a blogger and an iPhoneographer. He’s calling it a day and in October, ending the run of The iPhoneography Blog. I am gobsmacked.
I like Hipstamatic. There are times when I like the analog experience. I like the noise, light leaks, tonal qualities and textures that it can add to a photo WHEN USED PROPERLY.
eyephonography #1 opens Sept. 17, 2010 at The Hub, Madrid, Spain. This initial show features the work of iPhoneographers Greg Schmigel, Marco La Civita, Miss Pixels, and Sion Fullana.
News: The iPhoneography Blog and Life In LoFi Join Forces to Launch “iPhoneography”, the World’s First iPhone Photography Magazine
In a joint announcement, Glyn Evans and Marty Yawnick are combining talents to create “iPhoneography”, the World’s First iPhone Photography Magazine.
Glyn Evans gives this app a quick spin to see how it compares with TiltShift Generator.
Whilst the improvements are welcomed, as my sample photo shows the end results are still disappointing
Although several other apps have a straightening tool, among them Photogene and PhotoForge, none offer the image resampling that Straighten Image does.
Honestly, when I heard about this app from a friend of mine, my first thought was “Cool! A Peter Max app!”
TOUCHUP STUDIO is a versatile image editing app for iPhone with several good effects and filters and a unique interface to implement them.
If your iPhone is not one of the sexy new 3GS models, one of the features you are probably missing in your camera is the ability to record video.
The Worldwide Community of Imaging Associations announces the PMA Photo App Pavilion at the upcoming PMA 2010 International Convention and Trade Show, February 21-23, 2010, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California.