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As I was browsing my Twitter feed… the following infographic popped up.  Keeping in mind that infographics are created by marketing people most often, you have to take these facts with a grain of salt… The ad (I mean infographic) is for a new Windows model of a smartphone. Fortunately, they do provide sources for […]

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Every day, more photos are taken with the iPhone than any other camera. This is a simple fact that even Apple’s competition hasn’t tried to dispute. With the announcement of the new iPhone 5S and a beefier camera, it’s probable that there is less chance of that fact changing any time soon. I was honored […]

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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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While much justifiable criticism has been levied against the evolution of cellphone cameras, there is a tremendous beneficiary… journalism.  We know have a literal global network of camera operators with the ability to capture newsworthy events and transmit usable photos. Many photographers dismiss this technological shift. After all, how can a point-and-shoot (especially a low […]

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If you’ve used an iPhone 4s camera phone, chances are upon looking at the image quality you got you said “Wow!” Smart phone cameras in general are improving quickly. The ability to snap and share in seconds is drawing millions of people to these devices. It’s fun, fast and highly addictive. Hooking up something like […]

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