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 works well, but its just not tweakable. Whats really nice is the ability to actual take control and develop an image so you can handle tough situations like backlight or lowlight. Enter Pro HDR from EyeApps LLC. At $1.99 in the App Store, its a steal. The app is very full-featured … [Read more...] about Pro HDR for iPhone and iPod Touch
Guest Post and Images by Stacy Pearsall 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 … [Read more...] about Picture Show by Graf – Mini Review
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?
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 … [Read more...] about First Look at the iPhone 3GS 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 … [Read more...] about Collage Lite Review