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Affinity is a new photo editor for Mac OS that has just appeared in beta. Why should iOS photographers care? Easy. The editing tools in iOS are still pretty pretty limited and advanced amateurs and …
Writer Mel Martin has joined Life In LoFi. He’s spent the last six years at TUAW covering Mac and iOS-related topics.
Tangerine is one of the most talked about films at the Sundance Film Festival this year. In addition to its non-mainstream storyline, the film is shot almost entirely on an iPhone.
AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has opened up at least 24 new positions for their in-house camera hardware and software engineering teams. This further illustrates that Apple takes iPhoneography seriously and how the iPhone and other mobile devices have changed photography.
SnappyLabs has been purchased by Apple. SnappyLabs is the developer of SnappyCam, the fastest full-quality burst mode camera available in the App Store. The app has since been removed for sale.
The third annual MPAs — The Mobile Photo Awards — is accepting submissions now through December 3, 2013. The MPAs are one of the largest and most high-profile brick-and-mortar exhibitions of its kind.
September 30th is Life In LoFi’s 4th Anniversary online — our 4th birthday. Whether you stop by occasionally, daily, or if this is your first visit to the blog, you have my sincere thanks for letting us share our thoughts and opinions with you. Thank you for all of your feedback and discussion in the comments here, on Twitter, and on LoFi’s Facebook page. You help make Life In LoFi more than a website — you help make it a conversation.
When does the iPhone 5S go on sale? You can order one tonight from Apple’s online store, or wait in line at an Apple Store retail or a store for your mobile phone carrier. If you missed out on the first rush, here are some strategies for getting a new iPhone as soon as possible.
After many months of research and development. Cocologics are excited to announce the brand new ProCamera 7 – purpose built for iOS7! It’s a slick new version of this excellent camera replacement app. We’ve got all the details of the upgrade here.
Sometime today, Apple will flip the switch and iOS 7 will be released to the world. If past performance is any indication, the updates should be filtering down through the internet starting at 10:00 am Pacific time.
Camera+ gets a lot more outstanding tomorrow when the version 4 update is released. We’ve got a preview tonight.
Photogene4 for iPhone and iPad has been “released.” Photogene2 for iPhone has been updated. Both iOS 7 compatible.