Hey Photographers: Mount A Smartphone To Your DSLR And Get The Attention Of Toddlers

Taking pictures of a child between 9 and 24 months old can be rough. They never seem to sit still, and certainly won’t look into the camera. how do you get their attention? Look Lock® System TetherTools has a sweet little product that will hold your phone for the little child to look at. That [...]


New features and sharing options in Flickr’s app update

Flickr has a new iOS app that has some update loving that is long past due. You know that Flickr missed the mobile boat when Instagram stepped in a stole the show. The hope is that this latest update can up the ante for what a photo sharing app should be. According to Wired: Amazingly, [...]

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Hey Instagrammers, this app tells you the sunrise and sunset times for any location (and no internet connection needed)

I launched another app today I thought you might be interested in. This app is great for photographers, hikers or anyone headed outdoors. The app was designed and built over a weekend in Ogden at an event called Startup Weekend. Two developers, a designer, and a team of business geniuses. Basic Idea We wanted to [...]


Snapseed for Android: The best photo editor in the Play Store

You’ve heard me rave about Snapseed before – it’s one of my top recommended apps, ever. Snapseed is, hands down, the most capable photo editor you’ll find on a mobile device. It’s been available for iPhone and iPad for a while, but never on Android. That changes today. Just an hour ago, Snapseed went live [...]


GoPro Android App Available Now in Google Play Store

Last month, we told you about the GoPro iOS app. You can use it to control your WiFi-enabled GoPro camera and as a viewfinder for what your camera sees. When GoPro launched the iOS app, they promised the Android version wouldn’t be too far behind. That day is here. There are, however, a few disclaimers. [...]


Olloclip for iPhone 5 Now Available for Pre-Order

One of my favorite accessories for my iPhone is the Olloclip, an external lens system that gives you three unique perspectives: fisheye, wide angle and macro. When I got rid of my trusty iPhone 4S in September, I missed the Olloclip, since it wouldn’t work with the new, thinner iPhone 5. Today, Olloclip announced their [...]


New website looks to capitalize on the growth of ‘mobile photography’

A new website by DPReview called Connect has just launched. The site is “dedicated to the technology, community and culture of ‘mobile photography,’ including smartphones, tablets, apps, [and] connected cameras.” As John Gruber wrote, this really is a ‘sign of the times’. We’ve known for a long time that mobile photography was big. The iPhone [...]

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The Samsung Galaxy Camera Comes to AT&T

Remember the Samsung Galaxy Camera I wrote about in August? It’s now officially on it’s way to Ma Bell. Although, we still don’t have an official price or release date yet. On the inside, you’re looking at a very capable set of specs, akin to the expected internals of current, high-end smartphones: a quad-core Exynos [...]

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These 3 Apps Will Help You Take the Best Photos with Your iPhone

When I first got my hands on the iPhone 4, I, along with many others, knew it’s camera would change the digital photography landscape. That went even further with the iPhone 4S, when Apple upped the resolution, added additional optics, a larger sensor, and more dedicated processing power for the camera. I finally ditched my [...]


Meet the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Camera

Just last week, Nikon unveiled the first Android-powered point-and-shoot digital camera to the masses. Just an hour ago, Samsung released their entry into the Android-powered camera market, and this thing’s a beauty. It packs the latest punch from Samsung’s smartphones – Android Jelly Bean, a 4.8″ 720p display, a quad-core Exynos processor, 3G / 4G, [...]

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