So I came across this cool app called Filmic Pro for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and I must say that it is pretty cool. If you use your iPhone or iPad to do video recording this may turn into your ‘GO TO App’. I must say that this will probably be the app that I use most for video recording on the iPhone.
So check out my video review. Hope you like.
Ok, this app seems very interesting to me. It seems to be able to almost (and i mean almost) sorta grab RAWs kinda.
PRO 645 intercepts the camera data after it’s been initially processed (demosaiced and with processing parameters such as white balance and sharpening applied), but before the phone compresses it. This file can be be saved as a TIFF (presumably 8-bit), alongside a JPEG version with whichever of the app’s image manipulations you’ve chosen to apply. These JPEGs are also much less compressed than the iPhone’s default compression, which is usually the starting point for most apps (equivalent to the maximum quality option in Photoshop, the developer claims).
Check out the complete article here.
I love iPhone camera apps, i just have so many, but i keep looking to find apps that up the bar a bit. So I came across this article which talks about an app called Mattebox. Seems pretty awesome. Anyways head on over an give it a read. If you pick it up let me know what you think of it.
So the folks over at makayama.com have this pretty cool little device for the iPad. As the iPad goes through its revisions from the iPad 2 to the new iPad, the camera just gets better. I have an iPad 2 and though its not my main camera by any means, I will use it as a secondary camera, but the problem is always how to mount it. I think this is a pretty cool idea.
So we’ve setup a domain and created a website. www.free-photo-lessons.com
Yup we wanted to make a site that would contain our own videos, my own personal blogs, links to photo tutorial articles as well as links to photo reviews, etc. Kind of a “Photo Information Hub”. We hope you come take a look. As of now most of the articles are ones that we just moved over from this wordpress site. Both sites will run in parallel, but I’m hoping to use free-photo-lessons.com as our main resource.
Hope to see you all there.
For everyone that is looking for that best time of day to take pictures. Here is an app that tells you when the ‘magic’ or ‘golden’ hour is. Pretty neat idea for those that have the time to actually setup their shots for the perfect light.
Check out tuaw.com’s article at …
So look at me, two posts in two days. Thats something for me. Well I started thinking about some of the other software that I occasionally use while playing with my pictures, and one of the very first ‘Apps’ that I purchased was a program called ‘Flare’.
Most people think of ‘Flare’ as kind of a one click type of software and it can definitely be used in that manner, but it does have a whole lot more. And at a price of around $20 its a pretty good bargain.
So check out the video and let me know what you think
Just Go Shoot.