Articles tagged with: iPhone
Tripods for iPhone 5; what do you use and why? Discuss….
PhotoStation 2.0 was recently released and it’s an amazing update to this powerful image editor that includes layers and large image support.
Hey, east coast? What are your plans this summer? Photographer and iPhonegraphy Evangelist Jack Hollingworth is hosting an exclusive weekend workshop in photogenic Cape Cod this summer, July 25 -28.
Over the past few years shooting with the iPhone and ProCamera one of the most common questions I get asked is how can I make my photos sharper? There are a few things that you can do to improve the clarity and sharpness of your iPhone photos. Here are five tips that I use on a daily basis when shooting.
The BrainFeverMedia photo apps — LensLight, LensFlare and Alien Sky — have just completed a round of updates. Resolution has been bumped up to 9 megapixels on all three apps.
Perfectly Clear is on sale now for only $0.99 – that’s a big savings of $2 off. This discount is for a limited time only, so grab it now.
Adobe Ideas is FREE right now for a very limited time. That’s a HUGE savings of $9.99. Grab this one quickly before this discount goes away.
Effexy is a compelling grab bag of effects and image editing tools. Several of the effects are simply outstanding. Others are more subtle while a couple of them are of the WTH? variety. Overall, there’s more than enough here to make it worth a look at a buck or two. Here’s my review. >>>
The international iPhoneography Group (TiiG) will hold their inaugural iPhoneography exhibition at the prestigious Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) in Denver, Colorado. The Show’s opening reception will be Friday, May 3rd and a closing reception will be held on June 14th, 2013.
New photo app Digital Negative promises us with a flavor of digital RAW, but stumbles very badly in its initial release, to the point where it’s unusable as a camera for shooting high-quality photos in the iPhone.
These have been out for a while, but in case you missed them, DustFilmsOriginals, the YouTube channel of filmmaker Dustin McLean, released both a “sweded” version of the “Star Trek Into Darkness” trailer, as well as a fascinating behind-the-scenes look.
Faux-LOMO, retro-analog camera app Plastica is back. This new re-release isn’t perfect, but it’s now good enough to make me get over the first time it was released.