Saturday, September 29, 2012
After playing around with iOS 6 for some time i would like to make a post about whether it makes sense to update your iOS from an iphoneographers point of view or not. Now i know that iOS 6 has been out for more than two thousand years and you are probably all thinking: What next? Is he going to tell us that a new iPhone came out?
In fact i always wait some time before updating my iOS because you never know what they screwed up this time. No but seriously, i first wanted to check everything out well before making a post about it.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
If you happen to own the Schneider Optics iPro Lens System and the new iPhone 5, you probably already know that these two dont work together pretty well. The guys from BoPhoto have taken up on this problem and got a solution for you. In fact i would even dare to say that this solution is even better than what the original iPro Lens System has to offer.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
In this short tutorial i would like to show you how to create such a photo using only your iPhone or iPad, a few apps and the Olloclip with its Macro lens. It is actually pretty simple and can be done within 5 minutes. But as always, the more time you invest, the better it gets. I will also cover a part of how to enhance pictures of an eye, so if you want to go for that, this tutorial could also be a help for you.
Monday, September 17, 2012
If you own the app 645 Pro, i have so good news for you. The app finally reaches version 2.0 and got a huge update. If you dont know what 645 Pro is, shame on you and go read about it here.
In my opinion it is the best camera replacement app you can get for your iPhone, and here is the list of the new features:
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
I am constantly looking for gem's on the App Store that really stand out from the crowd. In this case i found a cool app called "SloPro", and it does what no other app i know can: With this free app (more functions come with IAP: 2,99€) you can finally take slowmotion videos with your iPhone.
Don't ask me how the developers did this, but it works. And boy does it look good for a simple app.
Monday, September 10, 2012
One of my favorite apps called iLightningcam just got a new update that comes with tons of improvements. These include:
|Captured with iPhone 4S & iLightningcam - unedited|
- Completely new and redesigned UI
- Assistant for easily finding the best settings
- New artifact reduction mode (only for night and fixed position)
- New exclude lower 4th mode for better city pictures
- Better feedback in video mode (click sound, picture preview)
Friday, September 7, 2012
The iPhone camera zoom has been our companion since the iOS 4 update. That was the day when Apple decided to include a digital zoom in their standart camera app. Now the problem we have here is that this zoom isnt a real optical zoom.
Instead of "dragging" your desired object closer to you, the camera fakes a zoom effect by digitally cropping and resizing what you see on your display. This means that everytime you increase the zoom, the quality of your final picture will get worse and worse. So instead of getting frustrated with some blurry pictures because of your zoom, we got you some important tips on getting the best out of your camera:
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Monday, September 3, 2012
If you own the Olloclip 3-in-1 lens for the iPhone 4 or 4S, then you probably already know about the problem of the so called "barrel distortion". This is especially obvious when using the wide-angle lens, which is why i haven't been using that lens very often. Now the creators of Olloclip have released a brand-new app called "Ollocorrect" which is supposed to fix this issue.