#IPHONEONLY: landscape photography captured with an iPhone
Capturing photos with a smartphone is no longer something out of the ordinary. In fact, a lot of people have decided to ditch their cameras in favor of an iPhone, for example. Either way, professional photographer Julian Calverley has released #IPHONEONLY, a landscape photography nook that includes photos taken only with an iPhone.
Traveling Cars Adventure: toy cars in dramatic scenery
Having a toy car collection might pay off someday. It’s not for you to sell it, instead you can use it as a source of inspiration to further your photography skills. Photographer Kim Leuenberger now has an impressive toy car collection and captures photos of the tiny objects in dramatic scenery to create the Traveling Cars Adventure project.
Cute photos telling the life story of Darcy the hedgehog
A Tokyo-based photographer is using Instagram and iPhoneography to tell the life story of his pet Darcy the hedgehog. Prepare for cuteness galore provided by a series of photos that will definitely make your heart melt, as photographer Shota Tsukamoto is trying to make Darcy the most popular hedgehog in the world.
Poppy turns your iPhone into a 3D camera for less than $50
Have you ever been a big fan of 3D? Have you ever wanted to capture 3D photos and movies, as well as watch 3D content on your smartphone? If you happen to own an iPhone, then you are in luck, as a new Kickstarter project is aiming to transform your iOS device into a 3D-capable camera.
DCkina unveils gorgeous iPhone Shutter Grip
Have you ever wanted to add a shutter grip to your iPhone? Did you even think about getting a tripod mount for your iOS device? Well, if you considered these two, then you would definitely want an external battery, too. Thankfully, DCkina provides an all-in-one solution for all your problems, thanks to the new iPhone Shutter Grip.
iPhone Photography Awards 2013 winners announced
The iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) judges have revealed the winners of the 2013 edition of most prestigious iPhone-related photo competition. The laureate has been selected as Holly Wesley from Scotland, thanks to a great portrait photo of a horse, while the winners of the other categories have also been picked out.
Apple announces iOS 7 with new Photos and Camera apps
Apple has opened the doors for developers, journalists, and other curious minds during the annual WWDC 2013 event. The conference has begun with the iOS 7 introduction, the next-generation operating system, which provides the biggest design change since the launch of the iPhone, as well as new Photos and Camera apps.
Hipstamatic releases Oggl for iPhone users without an invite
Hipstamatic has updated the Oggl application for iOS users. Software update 1.1 has been released for download, allowing everyone to register and share photos on the new social network without an invite code. Previously, the service has been available as an invitation-only website, but it is now available to all iPhone users for free.
XiStera case makes your iPhone 5 take better photos and open beer bottles
The iPhone 5 is a pretty powerful device, but this does mean it cannot get any better than this. This view is shared by Joe Adams, who has created a Kickstarter project for the XiStera case. It is aimed at Apple’s latest smartphone and it can perform eight different functions to make your life a whole lot better with its ingenuity.
Next iPhone could use other iOS devices as flash “slaves”
Apple has filed for a patent which describes an “Illumination System” that could initiate a “master-slave relationship” between an iPhone and other iPhones. This may allow an iOS device to remotely control the flashes of other iOS smartphones or tablets, in order to provide improved lighting when taking photographs.
WoW Lens case for iPhone expecting donations on Kickstarter
iPhoneography is an established type of photography. Image sensors in mobile devices are getting better, but they are also receiving a helping hand from accessory makers, such as AppBanc. The company started a Kickstarter project, which is aimed at raising funds to release the WoW Lens, a case which consists of four special lenses.
New York Times strikes controversy with Instagram cover photo
The New York Times newspaper has been attacked by some angry photojournalists for using an Instagrammed portrait on its front page. The edition of the newspaper has been published on Sunday and it featured Alex Rodriguez on its cover. However, photographers were annoyed because the photo was taken with an iPhone.
VTec launches a slew of iPhone 5 lenses
iPhoneography is already an art. Users of the iPhone can capture pretty good photos and they are getting a helping hand from dozens of developers, who release great image-editing applications. The quality of photos taken with Apple’s latest smartphone can be increased with the help of VTec’s lenses, which are available now.
Photographer shoots professional portrait photo with an iPhone
Philippe Echaroux is a very popular photographer. His impressive photography collection also includes a professional-looking portrait photography of random people on the street. His latest project involves something different, as he captured a professional portrait using an iPhone, cheap lighting, and a mobile photo-editing tool.
olloclip 3-in-1 lens adapter for iPod Touch available now
olloclip is the manufacturer of the popular 3-in-1 lens for iPhone. The lens can be attached to an iPhone in order to provide macro, fisheye, or wide-angle effects while taking photos with the smartphone. At the users’ requests, the company has released a lens adapter, allowing iPod Touch owners to make use of the accessory.
Oscar-winning “Searching for Sugar Man” movie was shot with an iPhone
“Searching for Sugar Man” won two of the most prestigious movie awards for the best documentary: BAFTA and Oscar. The story behind the documentary is as unusual as the main plot. Some parts of the movie, depicting to South Africans in the search for their favorite singer, were, in fact, shot with a $1.99 iPhone application.
Photojojo’s Polarizing Clip-on Filter reduces glare for iPhoneographers
Taking photos in direct sunlight is not very easy. Doing it with a smartphone does not make the job less difficult. However, Photojojo has found the perfect solution in the body of the Polarizing Clip-on Filter, an accessory which cuts down sun glare in images taken with iPhones and Android smartphones or tablets.
No more blurry iPhone photos, thanks to Apple’s latest patent
Apple has developed a technology that forces the iPhone camera to take photos as soon as the user launches the Camera application and store them in a buffer. When the user touches the display to take a photo, the software will automatically select the least blurry photo from the shots stored in the buffer. The technique is described in a patent filed in October 2012.
iPhoneography: Indian wedding photo shoot made with iPhone 4S
What can an open-minded couple and a professional photographer do to create a memorable photo shoot? Use an iPhone 4S to take the photos, of course! iPhoneography is viewed by many as an art and photographer Sephi Bergerson convinced a couple to make use of his iPhone 4S for the post-wedding photo shoot.
Photographer Jimmy Cohrssen shares iPhoneography tips
In recent times, iPhoneography has become a standard in mobile photography. Jimmy Cohrssen, a professional photographer who travels around the world, shared his most important iPhoneography tips in a recent interview. These tips will definitely help you capture the best possible photos using your phone!