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 your screen or interact with your iPad or iPhone apps or both. $0.99 on iTunes Category: Photography Released:Aug 05, 2010 Version:1.2 1.2 (iOS 4.0 Tested) 13.5 MB Language:English Would You Like Your Own iPad … [Read more...] about My Third iPad/iPhone App Released – Wildlife Wallpapers
Guest Post and Images by 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 adding several types of filters such as LomoGraphy, HolgaGraphy, Vintage, Vanished, Noir, Multi-exposures.... the list goes on. You can pick various frames, add textures and unique lighting effects I have heard many heated debates about whether Canon or Nikon makes a better image. … [Read more...] about Picture Show by Graf – Mini Review
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 Wallpaper first and then Wolf Wallpaper. Both were originally built for the iPad. The good news is that now they have been upgraded and are also available for iPhone users. Here's a complete list of the updated versions. Those of you who bought the app for iPad can get free updates from the iTunes … [Read more...] about Avian Wallpaper and Wolf Wallpaper Updated for iPad and iPhone
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 new to this latest version is tap to focus video. Additionally Face and Places support has been added. While the current iPhone camera is far from the best in the world, it's certainly good enough to make some great images. The iPhone 4 camera is much … [Read more...] about iPhone OS-based Camera Enhancements
NOTE: Guest post and images by 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. Surely you can't do professional work with it! Or can you? Years ago, I heard of a professional wedding photographer who decided she was going to use disposable cameras as her sole tool of choice at events. She … [Read more...] about Can the iPhone be used by “Real” photographers?
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 order, are my top 10 iPhone Photo Apps... 1. BestCamera - http://www.thebestcamera.com/app.html 2. Photo fx - http://www.tiffen.com/photofx_homepage.html 3. CameraBag - http://www.nevercenter.com/camerabag/iphone/ 4. Camera Genius - … [Read more...] about My Top 10 iPhone Photo Apps
(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 at a later date. Look for his reviews every weekend.) I just had a pleasurable two hours glancing through Chase Jarvis' brilliant little book The Best Camera Is The One That's With You. It's published by the New Riders Press and just came out this week. I … [Read more...] about Mini Book Review – The Best Camera is The One You Have With You
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 focus camera. The verdict? Awesome. It certainly isn't the greatest optical hardware you can get on a phone; we're still talking about a bead of glass perched a few molecules away from the film plane. But the fact that you can do "spot metering" puts it among the neatest … [Read more...] about First Look at the iPhone 3GS Camera
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 much high-resolution images. The camera features auto focus, auto exposure, and auto white balance. It also allows what Apple calls "Tap" focus which allows you to pick something in the scene, tap on it and the iPhone camera will focus on that … [Read more...] about Apple’s New iPhone Includes an Improved Camera
Guest Post by Liana Lehua Collage Lite - Cost: $0.99 Developer: John Moffett Lite features: Up to 4 photos in a collage at a time. The full version of Collage includes a crop feature. This review is of the full, paid version of Collage for iPhone on both an iPhone 3G and original iPhone 2G. Did your mouth drop when you saw Tom Cruise interface with data in Minority Report or watched CSI's Duquesne* and Delco* visually manipulate and analyze crime scene evidence using the iPhone-familiar pinch and expand technique - moving and re-sizing … [Read more...] about Collage Lite Review
Post by Ron Brinkmann Cross Posted at DigitalComposting.com Ive been saying for a long time now that cameras need to evolve to where theyre an open computing platform. To where all of the hardware on the device can be programmatically controlled by onboard software applications. Unfortunately we haven't seen a whole lot of movement in this area from the big camera manufacturers, other than a bit of SDK support by Canon and (finally) Nikon and some interesting but cumbersome hackish options. I know that part of the reason for this is that … [Read more...] about iPhone: The Perfect Camera?
While we cover a more serious brand of photography here at This Week in Photography, as an iPhone junky and a photographer, I couldn't help being amused by this statistic I saw on Flickr. According to Flickr, more camera phone photos on Flickr come from an iPhone than any other camera phone, including the much heralded Nokia N95. Flickr points out that the graphs are only accurate to the extent that we can automatically detect the camera used to take the photo or shoot the video (about 2/3rds of the time). That is not usually possible with … [Read more...] about iPhone Most Popular Camera Phone on Flickr