iPhone photography December 18, 2013
iPhone photography October 23, 2013
It’s no secret that people love taking pictures with their iPad, but it has always been a somewhat out of the ordinary behavior publicly considering the sheer size of the tablet in general.
It’s also true that Apple has made great improvements to the camera system on the iPad, and its large, vibrant display makes for one heck of a view finder when capturing an image.
Based on anecdotal evidence, various scenes from Apple’s iPad event yesterday, and data collected by photos shared on Flickr, I think it’s finally time we accept iPad photography into our lives with open arms. Responsibly, of course.
iPhone photography October 16, 2013
iPhone photography October 8, 2013
Apple’s Senior VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller tweeted a link to a National Geographic feature in which photographer Jim Richardson used his iPhone 5s for a photo feature on Scotland in the definitive landscape photography magazine.
— Philip Schiller (@pschiller) October 8, 2013
Richardson said that the transition from his usual Nikon kit wasn’t an easy one.
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t struggling to make pictures. Walking down the Royal Mile surrounded by all things Scottish nothing seemed worth a picture. Out of desperation I took a few glib shots. Awful! Surrounded by great subjects I could see nothing. Made me feel worse.
But that using it over four days, he came to be impressed … expand full story
iPhone photography September 25, 2013
iPhone photography August 14, 2013
There’s an old adage in photography that it’s about the photographer, not the camera. By phone standards, the iPhone camera is a decent one, but it’s not the most obvious choice for creative photography. The annual iPhone Photography Awards show just what can be achieved in the right hands.
I’ve picked out my three favourites, above and below. Think you can do better? Post some links in the comments … expand full story