Articles tagged with: iphone 4
While the iPhone 4S is designed to take real world bumps and scrapes, I prefer the protection that a good case offers. If you use a “naked” iPhone 4 or 4S, chances are good that your lens cover has micro-scratches. I found out myself the hard way.
Fort Worth iPhoneographer Kevin Buchanan recently reviewed two accessories for iPhoneographers — the POPA shutter release and the popular Olloclip.
If you find yourself wanting a wider field of view out of your iPhone, the iPro Lens System is a combination wide angle + 165Â° fish eye and iPhone 4/4S case system. The iPro is worth a look and definitely worth adding to your holiday wish list.
5 megapixel and 8 megapixel iPhone cameras are now the norm due the the unprecedented popularity of the iPhone 4 and 4S. Here’s Life In LoFi’s graphic showing the relative sizes of all iPhone image sizes, updated to show the new 4S.
To celebrate its two year birthday, the HipstaCase from Hipstamatic is 50% off. We’ve got info and the promo code.
I don’t have a Diff case yet, so this isn’t a review. These are just my thoughts as a guy who wants one of these. This looks like one of the cooler iPhone photo cases available and it’s pretty reasonably priced.
iPhoneographer Dixon Hamby has posted a side-by-side comparison of images taken with an iPhone 4S and an iPhone 4.
We usually don’t cover iPhone video apps here on Life In LoFi, but Cinegenix have just released a pretty cool new camera app that brings professional features to iPhone video. FiLMiC Pro is billed as “THE Filmmakerâ€™s App.” They are pretty close. FiLMiC Pro adds features specifically for videographers which improve the video production experience on the iPhone.
Life In LoFi has created this searchable grid which lists the minimum iOS requirements of popular photo apps (and even a few obscure ones). The database also lists the maximum output resolutions and if there are any other known issues with the app. Updated regularly.
2010 was a breakthrough year for iPhoneography. It’s been an exciting year and a lot has happened. Here’s my rundown of the biggest iPhoneography news stories of 2010.
The 2010 holiday shopping season is officially upon us. Life In LoFi has put together this shopping guide/wish list for iPhoneographers. Cool, geeky gadgets that are just great to have. There’s something here for every iPhonegrapher to enjoy well into the new year and beyond.
Saving full-res iPhone 4 images down to 2MP often results in an image size of 1600×1196 or 1195 pixels. What happens to the missing 4-5 pixels? It’s actually not a bug in the iOS or in the apps themselves.