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How To Print High Quality Photos From Your iPhone

How To Print High Quality Photos From Your iPhone | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Discover how big you can print your iPhone photos while maintaining a high quality image. We also explore different home and professional printing methods.
Jerome Okutho's insight:

In this article you’ll discover how to create great looking prints of your iPhone photos, from small prints, to beautiful photo books, to large canvas wall hangings. 

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This Dreamlike Short Film Was Shot Using an iPhone and a Water Drop Lens

This Dreamlike Short Film Was Shot Using an iPhone and a Water Drop Lens | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"Here's a 5-minute short film titled "O" that was shot entirely using a lens made with a drop of water and an iPhone."

Jerome Okutho's insight:

An interesting film composed entirely using an iPhone. It just goes to show how much you can get done with a smartphone.

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Latest iPhone 6 Rumors: Larger Version to Feature OIS, Smaller Will Not

Latest iPhone 6 Rumors: Larger Version to Feature OIS, Smaller Will Not | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
We've already seen that Apple plans to take some serious photographic steps forward when it comes to the its newest mobile operating system, iOS 8, but we have yet to find out what the Cupertino giant has up its sleeve hardware wise.
Jerome Okutho's insight:

According to rumors on the internet, the new iPhone 6 will not only feature a large display, but will also have an Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) system. You can read the rest of the article for more details about this highly anticipated feature.

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The Best Photography Apps for iPhone: 2014 Edition

The Best Photography Apps for iPhone: 2014 Edition | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
The iPhone has a fantastic camera, but to truly get the best experience, you want to grab a few extra apps. Here's what every iPhone photographer can use in their toolkit.
Jerome Okutho's insight:

Find your next favorite photography app from this year's list of the top camera apps. If you recently bought an iPhone and want to start taking awesome pictures with it, this article is a good place to start looking.


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Nine photo collage iOS apps that help you bridge the snap gap | Macworld

Nine photo collage iOS apps that help you bridge the snap gap | Macworld | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"Collages are a great way to showcase a small group of photos that tell a story in a unique way. Instead of relying on a single iconic image or an album stuffed with similar photos to symbolize a complex thought or event, try a handful of images in a unique arrangement to deliver the big picture.


These nine apps constitute a small percentage of what’s available for the iOS platform, but they represent the best or at least unique examples of the genre and can serve as a starting point for your own explorations."



Jerome Okutho's insight:

Discover some the best photo collage iOS apps with this article from Macworld. If you're planning a vacation soon, or want to do something creative with your photo collection, this is an article you definitely need check out.

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Photography tips: images with an iPhone | Advice | Wanderlust

Photography tips: images with an iPhone | Advice | Wanderlust | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

Compact, discreet and packed with editing opportunities – is the Apple iPhone the ultimate travel camera? Richard Gray explains how he was converted.


1. It’s small You always have it with you, so when you go out for dinner and your waitress starts belly-dancing on your table, you’ll get the shot.


2. It doesn’t look like a camera This means you can get closer to that grizzled old man at his market stall before he reaches for his stick to ward you off.


3. You can edit your photos on the phone itself Which means endless entertainment when you’re back at the hotel while your wife is in the bath.


4. You can show all your friends your photos before you get home Posting to Flickr, Facebook or other photo sharing sites is a breeze.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

There is such a thing as iPhone logic, instead of mis-placing a huge camera, an iPhone can easily be slipped into your pocket and taken out for the impromptu photo shoot. I found this incredibly helpful since I tend to travel a lot myself. And the less baggage the better. Also you may want to review some of the photo editing apps that are available for free or for a small fee. Because one called 'Fast Camera' which can take up to 15 frames a second, and then you can acquire another app to blend them together. I don't know about you but generally having a fast shutter speed, helps capture the image you want to get.

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Apple Unveils New iPhone Camera with a Larger Sensor and Slow-Motion Video

Apple Unveils New iPhone Camera with a Larger Sensor and Slow-Motion Video | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

Today is a big day for tech sites and Apple fanboys alike because it's the day that the Cupertino-based company announces their newest iPhones - the more affordable iPhone 5C and the more capable iPhone 5S - and as you might expect given the smartphone camera culture, the more expensive of the two came with some significant camera improvements.

The iPhone 5 (and 5C), the sensor boasts a 15% larger active sensor area, and peers out at the world through an all-new Apple-designed five-element f/2.2 lens — that translates into a reported 33% increase in light sensitivity.

iPhone 5C and 5S has a special "True Tone" flash that uses a white and an amber LED to yield the perfect intensity and color temperature.

Finally, the camera’s video capabilities have also been improved. You can now shoot slow-motion 720p video at 120fps, and go back in-phone to select where you want your video slow-mo and where you’d prefer regular speed.

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Today is the day Apple has released the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S. While one is more affordable and the other has a more expensive taste, but it also comes with some fancy features. And now we have read about the improvements but we will have to wait until the reviews come in. Knowing that one is more affordable has it's highlights, but my question is which one will late longer?

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Using BitTorrent to Sync Files Between iPhone, Mac, Windows

Using BitTorrent to Sync Files Between iPhone, Mac, Windows | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"An in-depth guide on what is BitTorrent Sync and how to set it up on your iPhone and Mac or PC to sync files. BitTorrent Sync is one of the best of these bittorrent clients, and in this entry, we show you how to use it to set up your own file-syncing solution between your iPhone (or other mobile device) and your Mac or Windows PC."

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Using other services to sync up your files between your iphone and your mac/windows pc...can be a hassle. Well while those bittorrent clients stayed in the shadows, they have now come out with BitTorrent Sync. Cutting out the middle man and hooking up your iphone directly to your pc.

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Photo Editing Apps For iPad: iPad/iPhone Apps AppList

Photo Editing Apps For iPad: iPad/iPhone Apps AppList | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

Whether you are professional photographer that likes to travel light (i.e. without a laptop) or casual photographer that simply likes the convenience of using the iPad, there are a number of apps in the app store for editing photos. We have sifted through the bunch and selected some of our favorites.

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Skip – featured blogger at iPhone Life Magazine

Skip – featured blogger at iPhone Life Magazine | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
I am incredibly honored to have been invited to be a featured blogger for iPhone and iPad Life Magazine with over 250,000 blog readers monthly.
The post Skip – featured blogger at iPhone Life Magazine appeared first on Skipology.

Via Geri Centonze
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6 Tips to Make Great Photographs with the iPhone 6

6 Tips to Make Great Photographs with the iPhone 6 | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"When you leave home and hit the road, be it for work, play, or pretty much anything you set out to do, you should always carry a camera."

Jerome Okutho's insight:

Great tips about how to make the most out of your iPhone's amazing camera.

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Here's What Photographers Think About the New iPhones

Here's What Photographers Think About the New iPhones | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
They're very excited about the upgrades
Jerome Okutho's insight:

Apple’s new iPhones pack a flurry of photography upgrades: a new 12-megapixel sensor, 4K video recording and a front-facing flash that utilizes the phone’s display to produce better-looking selfies. 

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8 of the Best Smartphone Camera Accessories - Digital Photography School

8 of the Best Smartphone Camera Accessories - Digital Photography School | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
As smartphone camera technology continues to grow, so does the list of the best smartphone camera accessories.
Kitty Fisher's insight:

What Smartphone accessories should you be thinking about? The Triggertrap where you can hook up your phone to your DSLR to snap your photos. Or the Optrix XD5 Case were your phone will be fully operational under water. Have a look through and see if any perk your interest.

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Get CopyTrans Photo (Win) for 99 cents

Get CopyTrans Photo (Win) for 99 cents | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

CopyTrans Photo offers quick and easy two-way transfer of photos and albums between iPhone and PC. Normally it sells for $19.99, but this weekend only, you can get CopyTrans Photo for 99 cents.

Jerome Okutho's insight:

Need a utility to copy your iPhone photos to your PC? CopyTrans Photo is the way to go. Read this article to find out how you can get it for only $.99.

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A Photographer’s Take On The iPhone 5S Camera | TechCrunch

A Photographer’s Take On The iPhone 5S Camera | TechCrunch | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

So, we’ve got a bunch of improvements here that cross over from hardware to software and touch on user experience. All three Apple’s strong suits when it comes to integrated devices like the iPhone. If you peer more closely though, the biggest differences between an iPhone shooting experience and that of a traditional camera comes down to one thing: the image signal processor in the A7 chip.

The aperture isn’t that much bigger than competitors and the pixel pitch is actually smaller than the HTC One, for instance. And the sensor, though increased in size, is very tiny when compared to even point-and-shoot cameras.

The differences, then, come largely in how Apple’s ISP hardware and its front-end software mesh to make life easier for photographers. There’s a quote on Apple’s iPhone page which I think is nicely phrased:

“It just makes more sense to teach iPhone how to take a great picture rather than teach people how to be expert photographers.”



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iOS 7: Everything You Need to Know | Digital Trends

iOS 7: Everything You Need to Know | Digital Trends | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"Apple has revealed the next version of its mobile operating system, named iOS 7, during the keynote presentation at its Worldwide Developer. Conference.Now, just as the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were revealed, we’ve learned it’ll be released as a free download on September 18.

Here's everything you need to know about it. According to Jony Ive, Apple, “considered the tiniest details,” when designing iOS 7. As we expected, there’s no wood, leather, or other skeumorphic design elements – it’s a stark, flat, minimalist affair with plenty of white space, black text and in Ive’s own words, “precision and a sense of purpose. As with previous years, Apple talked about ten key features of iOS 7, and the changes they would bring. These ten were, Control Center, Multitasking, Safari, AirDrop, Camera, Photos, Siri, iOS In the Car, App Store, Music, and iTunes Radio"




Kitty Fisher's insight:

After hearing about Apple releasing two new iPhones. Learning about iOS 7 and how this will be the biggest change since the iPhone came to be. A boggled mind may seem a bit true to the phrase but this is getting us closer to a future that has less glitches, more accurate proficiency and beautiful animations.

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What every iPhoto user should know about image editing | Macworld

What every iPhoto user should know about image editing | Macworld | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

If you've done nothing more with iPhoto that toss your images into it like an old shoebox, it's time to dig into the best of those pictures and edit them into works of art. Chris Breen shows you how.

We’ve covered the anatomy of the iPhoto interface, the ways and means of importing and viewing images, and the mechanics of iCloud’s Photo Stream feature. This is all important information, but I know that many of you have suffered through these lessons with this single thought: “Let’s cut to the chase, already. Show me how to edit my pictures!”

Kitty Fisher's insight:

Since iPhoneography as been catching on, knowing what your doing in image editing is essential.

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Asking Random People to Tell the Story Behind the Last Photo on Their Phone

Asking Random People to Tell the Story Behind the Last Photo on Their Phone | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
San Francisco-based interactive artist and freelance creative Ivan Cash recently had a neat idea: go out on the streets of San Francisco and ask random peo
Kitty Fisher's insight:

To add a bit of inspiration and general curiosity to the mix, this video will show you have a photo on your phone, can invoke humun connection.

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What Instagram Did For Photography, This App Will Do For Design

What Instagram Did For Photography, This App Will Do For Design | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
If you enjoy design and typography but Photoshop drives you nuts, you might enjoy this new app for iPhone.
Kitty Fisher's insight:

Studio is a new app, where design was their primary idea, giving focus to a navigation of beautiful layers, creating out of this world captions. Could this be the next big thing?

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