Articles tagged with: resolution
Big Photo lets you resample images up to 600% on your iPhone or iPad. Results are comparable to resizing images in Adobe Photoshop. If you’re an iPhoneography purist who wants to keep it all on the iPhone, this is an essential tool.
iDownsize is a fairly new photo app that “allows the compression of selected photos or entire albums.” This can save valuable storage space on your iPhone or iPad, there is almost never a good reason for iPhoneographers to downsize images on their iPhone.
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.
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.
The iPhone 4 is almost 6 months old now. 3.2 or 5 MP iPhone cameras have quickly become the norm. Can you believe that there are still developers creating apps with super low resolution, even the dreaded 320×480 px?
We’re constantly exposed to the numbers of image resolution. I thought it would be interesting to see how the image sizes looked visually so I created this graphic with the image sizes from all of the iPhone cameras.
Higher resolutions are of utmost importance in photography. There may be times where you want to output your work as a traditional photographic print.
The goods on a possible new iPhone camera. If the leaked device is genuine, it’s going to be an amazing new iPhone. I’m excited by the new specs.