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08 Nov

Creating multi exposure images through global not-so-anonymous collaboration

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The first thing that comes to mind is “you have to kiss a lot of frogs…” When I heard about Dubble, I was reminded of Rando. Here was a service to upload photos into a hidden network of other iPhone photographers and get something back. After a bit of quick uploads, I was happy to […]

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29 Oct

Moving from Printstagram to Print Studio to print a wider variety of shape photos

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There is no shortage of apps that provide a service to print your Instagram photos. Then, the other extreme, solutions that will print photos on paper, mugs, tshirts, mouse pads and more. The developers of Printstagram, a Instagram only solution, has released a solution for printing a wider variety of photo shapes and sizes. Printing […]

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29 Oct

Mixing slow motion and regular speed videos into one movie

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It all started with a simple single piece plastic wrap around iPhone stand. The stand was available through Kickstarter, making it easy to mount the iPhone to a tripod for those low light or self shots. The mount, The Glif, was created by Studio Neat. Since then, the team has introduced updates to the month, […]

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16 Oct

Everything iPhone 5S Camera In One Spot

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Over the weeks following the release of the iPhone 5s, there has been a variety of photographers posting their thoughts on the device’s updated camera. For me, the most notable is the speed everything photography related happens with the new chips and iOS7. Of course, there is way more to the upgrades in the area […]

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16 Oct

Fotor HDR is starting to see more action for iPhone HDR Photography

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As promised, an update on the Fotor HDR post I did earlier (Fotor HDR wants to replace… ). The first pass at anything new is usually, ‘how does it stack up against what I already use’. Which can be good if your current solution is your only path. In my case, I have always experimented […]

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14 Oct

Copy iPhone Photographs To Actual Polaroid Prints

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In the 60s and 70s, as Instant film photography got more and more popular, people started noticing the lack of film negatives. Without a negative, the image shot and instantly printed to Polaroid framed paper meant that was the only recording of the image. It wasn’t possible to run down to the photography store and […]

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09 Oct

Fotor HDR Wants To Replace Pro HDR On My iPhone

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Today I saw some chatter on the Internet about Fotor HDR. I’m a fan of well done HDR so I’m always game to see what a new HDR iPhone option has to offer. A bit of reading gave me an answer I didn’t want to see, the app uses two photos to merge.  The HDR […]

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09 Oct

World Wide Garage Sale Shopping On The iPhone – No Travel Required With Stuffle

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Driving down the road you see the cardboard hand written sign announcing someone’s garage has stuff in it that they want to sell. You stop to find picnic and fold up tables in a driveway, covered with a mix of household items. There will be a bar or rope strung across an opening with hanging […]

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07 Oct

iPhone Photography App Update: Camera+ for the Win!

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So, your favorite app, how did it handle the move to iOS7? Did the developers do a new UI to look more like the new flat OS? Where any features added? Did they release a new version you had to buy, just like the old version, but will be the only copy of the software […]

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06 Oct

The Fun Of Creating And Sharing Printed 6 Inch Photo Booklets With The iPhone

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The list of companies offering to print photos taken with the iPhone continues to grow. Many have different offerings to set them apart from the others. Cards, iPhone cases, TShirts, mugs, photo books, magnets and postcards. The latest, from Kindred, is a print and mail service for a booklet of a dozen photos. The images […]

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