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What’s New in iCloud Photo Storage for iOS

Improving on Photo Stream, there is no 1,000 image ceiling, and images aren't removed after 6 months. It means every photo you have gets saved to the cloud, and can be retrieved on any device. Read More

May 7, 2015 // 2 Comments

How does your iPhone’s shutter work?

Ever wonder how the shutter in your iPhone's camera works? Photographer and animator Raymond Sirí has created an animated visualization that shows how the sensor in your iPhone works. Read More

May 6, 2015 // 1 Comment

How To Work With Curves on iPhone or iPad

Several photo editor apps for iPhone and iPad feature a desktop-worthy curves tool. It can be a little intimidating at first. Here are a couple of tutorials to help you learn and master this powerful tool. Read More

April 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

Magic Hour: Choosing the best time for outdoor photography

Magic Hour is a time of day right around sunset or sunrise where the light is warm and the color scheme of the sky, people and landscapes can look their best. We take a look at several iPhone photo apps that help any photographer make the most of "magic hour." Read More

March 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

Creating High Resolution Images on iPhone, by Sid Peña

Most iPhoneographers would love to create high resolution, detailed, print-ready images. High quality output greatly increases the desire for your work across many venues of the graphics industry. Larger prints mean more potential buyers, higher DPI means more detail in those reproductions which could lead to more industry recognition and possibly more green in your pocket. Read More

March 28, 2013 // 22 Comments

What Exactly Does Cortex Camera Do?

We get questions. "What exactly does Cortex Camera do?" Cortex Camera is actually a pretty cool app to have in certain situations, including low-light situations and others where reduced noise is desirable. Read More

February 6, 2013 // 10 Comments

How To Make a Real (c) Copyright Symbol on Your iPhone and iPad

Many iPhoneographers prefer to watermark their images with photographer and copyright information. In the name of simplicity, the © symbol is nowhere to be found on the standard iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch keyboard. Here are a few quick and easy-ish ways you can make a real one instead of the alternate and less attractive (c). Read More

January 8, 2013 // 15 Comments

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