Articles in the Photography Category
Crowdfunding, iPad accessory, iPhone, iPhone accessory, Media, Photography, Video app, Videomaking »
Checking on Kickstarter, the universe of cool ideas, we found the PicoSteady.
A video camera stabilizer for iPhones, Smartphones, Point-and-Shoot cameras, and DSLRs.
It will work with almost any camera including: point-and-shoot cameras, GoPro cameras, the iPhone, and most smartphones. It also works great with DSLR’s like the Canon T2i or Nikon D5100.
The standard 1/4-20 thumbscrew will allow you to mount most cameras and the included universal smartphone holder will allow you to use the Picosteady with any smartphone or iPhone.
Its ultra light weight (6.5 oz/180 g) and very compact size …
Appumentary, History, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad photo, iPhone and media, Media, News app, Photography »
As reported by our friends at ThePhotoMaster.com, Quest for Land, is an extensive photo reportage about land issues in Cambodia by John Vink, a Magnum Photos photographer who has been working on these issues over the last 11 years.
And it’s an iPad app too!
The application developed by Robert Starkweather contains over 700 photographs, texts written by Robert Carmichael, links to reports by various NGO’s and slideshows with sound.
As Vink said in an interview:
I am interested in the digital aspects of photography since over 15 years, when I first started …
Apple, Apple announce, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad photo, iPad video, Market research, Media, Movies, Photography »
With the upcoming iPad 3 event on March 7th, rumors abound on some critical issues that may emerge with the new model.
Shlashgear reports that the Home button may disappear from iPad 3 in favor of some new gestures.
The Home button, one of the very few iPad annoyances, is a long-time doomed feature that may has come to an end.
Apple has long been rumored to be deleting the physical home key, and replacing it with either a combination of gestures or a touch sensitive bezel. The image Apple used for its …
App world, iOS5, iPad, iPad 2, iPad photo, iPhone, iPhone and media, iPhone photo, Photography, Social media app, Social Network »
Are you Flickr-addicted?
Are you a pro-am photographer?
Meet Indicommons for iPhone and iPad!
The Indicommons application provides a new way to access the wealth of historical imagery and information from around the world that is found in the Commons. No matter where you are, you can browse through the various institutions’ collections, or search the Commons for items of interest. If you have a Flickr account, you can also help enrich the Commons by adding tags and comments to the various Commons items directly from the application.
Where exactly does Commons come from?