In this interview Giulio Sciorio joins the show to discuss with me the rising importance and viability of mobile phone photography. Specifically, how the iPhone continues its dominance over point-and-shoot cameras.
New to the iPhone? Or, just need some tips working with the iOS Photos app? On this episode of TheFIX, Seán Duggan shows some of the essentials for working with the iOS Photos app on your iPhone or iPad. We cover the Camera Roll, the date and location-based organization offered by Moments, Collections and Years, as well as the Smart Albums created by iOS, and albums that you create.We also look at the Maps and Search features to find images based on where and when they where photographed.
Fine art photographer Dan Burkholder shares some of his mirrorless to iOS HDR workflow, as well as a look into his pioneering use of digital negatives for contact printing, pigment & platinum and platinum over gold leaf printing techniques.
One of the first things I did when the phone arrived was test the 4K video. Specifically, I was VERY curious to see how the iPhone would stand up to 4K video from my favorite “serious” camera — the Panasonic Lumix GH4.
Jan Kabili & guest co-host Seán Duggan discuss some of their favorite iPhone photography apps, both for shooting and processing images.
In this interview I sit down with the two co-founders of Live Portrait, Robert Nunn and Samuel Zaribian — along with advisor Peter Nicholson to discuss their new software.
Nikon reveals the D800, 3,000 photos uploaded to Facebook per second, a UK college offers course Phone photography course, new Canon lenses, and an interview with photographer Bambi Cantrell.
This week on TWiP: It's a very special year-end episode! We look back on trends of 2011, and looking forward on what's coming in 2012 in this very special episode of This Week in Photo! Plus: holiday wishes from past TWiP guests and some of our listeners too!
This article is about a hobbyist photographer (me) who decided to upgrade from a Nikon D90 to a D7000. In order for me to make the upgrade, I had to make some difficult decisions and sold my D90. I began using my iPhone more regularly, and realized that I did have an "everyday" camera - my iPhone 4.