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Not long ago, Adobe released an app for the iPad. But with their most recent update to the Creative Cloud, Lightroom Mobile just got a whole lot better. Since the update, I have been playing with the apps on my iPad and iPhone, and wanted to share some of my findings. I downloaded Lightroom to my […]

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I often find myself traveling… and one of my favorite stops is a good museum. All the time I see signs for no photography in museums. No tripods… no flash… no professional cameras. But cell phone cameras are just accepted. I say, if you can’t beat them, join them. While my iPhone is no match […]

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I’m always on the lookout for affordable apps that do cool things.  Well I’ve found another one, PicFrame that makes Photo Collages simple.  The app sells for 99¢ and is available for Mac, iOS, Droid, and Blackberry (it seems the developer hasn’t gotten around to Windows or Windows Phone). The app is very straightforward (although […]

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I just wrapped up two days in the desert shooting panoramic and time-lapse shots (much more to come).  It was a part of two projects (some new training for Lynda.com which will be out soon and my NAB workshop). While in the field I had a chance to try out some new phone apps. One of […]

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Follow Rich on Twitter Photoshop Touch just made the jump from tablet only to iPhone and Android smartphones.  Many have been anxious for this day (almost a year since the tablet version shipped). Photoshop Touch is now available for $4.99 USD (compared to $9.99 USD for the tablet). Android Android™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher […]

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By Rich Harrington — Follow Rich on Twitter A lot of photographers scoff at smartphone cameras.  I on the other hand love having software and camera built into one with easy sharing.  It lets me work when the inspiration hits.  One of those areas is HDR. Here’s how bad a normal smartphone image can look.  This is from […]

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You probably know that all cameras have some sort of distortion with their lenses.  Adobe has tried to fix this with their Lens Correction filter which is available both in the Camera Raw plugin an ad a standalone effect (Filter > Lens Correction).  They’ve profiled tons of cameras (and even smartphones). With the latest update […]

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Why have HDR on an iPhone? Because you can! Sometimes an iPhone is the only camera I have on me, and I want the ability to go a little deeper. I see HDR as a great tool that can help get the shot in tough conditions. Sure, the iPhone has a built-in HDR ability that […]

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I own an iPhone 4s and have owned every iPhone since the very first one. I like the iPhone. But I have recently tired of Apple’s closed systems, PR policies which limit valuable and necessary information that consumers need to make informed decisions as well as other business practices. Accordingly, I have decided for the […]

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NOTE: I wrote this post the day before Steve Jobs died. I wasn’t going to run it but decided that a story about the success of the iPhone is the perfect way to celebrate his life. This post is dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs, 1955 – 2011 If you look at this strictly […]

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If you’re looking for an affordable, fun, easy way to own some of my wildlife photos, please consider purchasing any or all of the following titles. Avian Wallpapers http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/avian-wallpaper/id366518593?mt=8 Wolf Wallpapers http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wolf-wallpapers/id371439028?mt=8 Wildlife Wallpapers http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wildlife-wallpapers/id384437109?mt=8 Each application runs on both the iPhone and the iPad and costs only 99 cents.

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Pro HDR by eyeApps LLC is a cool little iPhone 3/4 app that lets you make HDR photos with your iPhone. With version 2, you can indeed create stunning full-resolution HDR images on your iPhone 4 or 3GS. I tested the program on an iPhone 4. When you start the app, you are presented with […]

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For your consideration – 15 stunning images of animals in their native habitats. These amazing images will look great on your iPad or iPhone and will work in either landscape or portrait mode. These images are specifically licensed for your enjoyment on your iPad or iPhone. Enjoy the beautiful animal images every time you unlock […]

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Guest Post and Images by Stacy Pearsall – Follow Stacy on Twitter Picture Show by Graf – Application for Your i-Phone On July 12, 2010, Graf created a great photography application, Picture Show. As soon as it arrived on i-Tunes, I had to have it. I started snapping like crazy. It has the capability of […]

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All Photos Copyright Scott Bourne – All Rights Reserved I love providing my images to iPad and iPhone users for use as wallpaper. For those who can’t afford or get access to my larger fine art pieces, this is a way to have the images accessible 24/7 on your favorite portable devices. We launched Avian […]

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Apple has released its latest OS for the iPhone. I was keen to note that the camera now features a built-in 5x Zoom. This function has been available through a number of third-party apps for the iPhone camera for a long time. I’m glad to see that Apple added that in its own software. Also […]

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NOTE: Guest post and images by Kevin Kubota I hear the angry lynch mob rallying together already. Their faces are getting red, they spew words like “megapixels”, “sharpness”, “depth of field”, “lens choice”, “noise levels”, “grub-n-ale”. Purists surely will argue that the iPhone is not sophisticated enough to be taken seriously as a “real” camera. […]

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I am no Chase Jarvis when it comes to using my iPhone. But I do occasionally make a simple snap shot using the iPhone’s built-in camera. One thing that got me playing around more and more with the iPhone is the slew of tremendous apps available to enhance it’s camera. So here, in no particular […]

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(EDITOR’S NOTE: Usually I rely solely on our tremendous in-house reviewer, Conrad Obregon for book reviews – which we publish every Sunday. Conrad is better at this than I am, but once in a while a book comes out that I feel the need to comment on. I assume Conrad will also review this title […]

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Photos and post by Andy Ihnatko EDITOR’S NOTE: You can see Andy’s entire iPhone 3GS Flickr set here. Apple let me have an iPhone 3G S a week and a half before the release date. Here’s a whole bunch of pix I shot as I tested out the features of its new 3 megapixel variable […]

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For me, one of the most exciting things about the Apple iPhone 3Gs announcement at WWDC 2009 was the inclusion of a better camera. While I always thought the original iPhone camera was “good enough,” I knew it could be better. Well I was right. The new iPhone sports a three megapixel camera capable of […]

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