Articles tagged with: photography
The Diana is not a toy camera app. It’s a history of the Diana and all of its variations. In this instance, this is not a bad thing at all.
In the lead-up to the Madrid show, the eyephoneography blog has posted an interview with Sally Gutierrez Dewar, another member of the show’s selection committee.
Darren Milligan is one of the judges of the eyephoneography Madrid show and was recently interviewed on their blog. it’s very interesting to read his insights on iPhone photography and mobile phone photography….
The larger lens of the iPhone 4 and 4S camera is still teeny. Fortunately, keeping the iPhone 4’s lens clean is even easier than previous models.
After the Mobile Photography Award 2010, Berlin-based EYEï¿½EM continues their work with the launch of a new website: a hub dedicated to the mobile photography movement.
Killer Photos with Your iPhone is an excellent introduction to both photography and iPhoneography. Its straightforward style and emphasis on photography make this a great guide for beginning and intermediate photographers with a desire to learn how photography works.
Photoble recently ran a great story, “10 Tips To Get Your Photos Noticed on Flickr” with some excellent pointers on increasing the visibility of your posted photography and is a great tutorial to help your images get noticed on Flickr
Course Technology has just published the first book for iPhoneographers, “Killer Photos with Your iPhone”. A great book for beginning and intermediate iPhoneographers. Even advanced iPhoneographers will find items of interest here.
Online news giant USAToday is looking for your best cellphone travel shots. That, of course, includes photos taken with an iPhone.
Pixels An An Exhibition is showing a new exhibit of iPhoneography. art@TheOakbook Gallery opens this Saturday, May 15, 2010 in Oakland, California.
I’m a huge proponent of learning the rules — learning how and why things work — so that when the opportunity arises, you know when to break them.
old new york in a modern world is a project and photoblog which features photographs which makes modern day New York look old.