Lytro cameras receive WiFi support and Mobile app for iPhone
Shortly after Lytro cameras have been released on the market, it has been discovered that the devices come packed with WiFi capabilities. Almost two years have passed since their launch, but Lytro has finally enabled WiFi support on both 8GB and 16GB versions, while pushing a Mobile application for iOS devices.
Manfrotto announces KLYP iPhone 5 case, app, and PIXI tripod
Manfrotto releases a new KLYP iPhone 5 case and improves it with LED lights and a PIXI tripod that supports many DSLR cameras. In addition to that, a special iPhone application will take photos at the sound of clapping hands.
FocusTwist app enables iOS users to re-focus photos
Multi-focus photography will soon offer an unprecedented level of detail to everyday smartphone photography. Until then, Arqball’s FocusTwist app starts off small by simply capturing several photos of the same scene, with different focus points. It then merges them into a fun, re-focusable image.
Twitter’s six-second video application, Vine, is on the rise
The six-second video Vine app is creating buzz, all the way up to the cinema industry. Prestigious Tribeca Film Festival has collaborated for a six-second film competition. Robert de Niro said about it: “It can be a long time, you can tell a whole story in six seconds.”
Kelby releases world’s first Lightroom exclusive magazine
Kelby Media Group and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals have teamed to produce the first ever digital magazine about Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom Magazine is the first Adobe Photoshop “How-to” magazine that incorporates columns and articles from the industry’s top experts in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
Polaroid Instant Camera app released for iPhone users
Polaroid updated its Instant Camera application in order to added support for iPhone and iPod Touch users. The app, which provides a complete Polaroid film experience with audio and visual effects, can be downloaded by iPhone 5 owners, too, from the official App Store.