Articles tagged with: Photogene
One of the issues that occasionally pops up for me is that sometimes pictures taken on my iPhone don’t display with their proper rotation in some, non-Apple instances. Usually, I encounter this with third-party apps. A new post at TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog gives a very interesting, very technical, very geeky way to fix this issue.
San Francisco, California. January 29, 2010
One of the features that makes the iPhone camera unique is the availability of thousands of photography-related apps. For less than the cost of a DVD, you can basically get a whole new camera experience.
I love neon and I love The Stockyards in Fort Worth. It’s what you think of Texas if you’re not from Texas, except the livestock here is mostly for show now.
While we can’t profile and calibrate the iPhone’s screen, we can use some of the concepts behind monitor calibration and make a simple change to help improve the results you get when you are making color moves in Photogene, PhotoForge, or other image editing apps for the iPhone.
Several apps have tried to wear the namesake of “Photoshop for the iPhone.” PhotoForge truly is the image editing powerhouse for iPhone.
I never got to see a movie at The Grand. It was closed long before I ever found it. I had lived in Fort Worth for years and had always heard that part of town was pretty sketchy — dangerous for kids without any street sense.
In a packed show, odds were good that you would see the back of someone’s head covering up part of the screen. If you were tall like me, you were “that guy.”
Normally $2.99 USD, it’s on sale once again this weekend only for $0.99 — over 65% off! Good through Sunday, October 25, 2009.
iPhoneography: Faces in a Crowd
Recent random images, 10.2009
There is some very nice neon in Seattle, and you find it in some surprising places.