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Tips And Tricks For iPhoneography

With every new release of the iPhone, the camera hardware gets more advanced. The original iPhone and iPhone 3G had a built-in 2.0 megapixel fixed focus camera on the back of the phone. The iPhone 3GS has a 3.2 megapixel camera, and was the first iPhone version to support video without a jailbreak. The iPhone [...]

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The photography revolution is near.

It’s time for a photography revolution. Some of the fantastic camera technology that we use today has been around for decades, but new technology brings new possibilities. Canon reported that SLR sales have increased, but compact camera sales are down. (via Daring Fireball) Smartphones killing compact cameras Apple went to great lengths to highlight the quality [...]

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Path – Share Your Life With The Ones You Love

There are many ways that we can share details of our life. Some use Facebook or Twitter, some upload photos on a photo site like Flickr, and others send a good old-fashioned email. When you social circle gets too big, how do you keep tabs on your nearest and dearest? Maybe it’s time to share [...]

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Cool Stuff at CES 2012: XShot makes MySpace pics done right.

The XShot 2.0 is a unique camera mount that makes self-portraits actually look good. Instead of holding the camera at arms length, you can hold it farther away from your faces. Instead of two or three faces squished together, you and your friends can get everything you want in the frame. The XShot 2.0 extends up to [...]

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The Red Scarlet-X 4K camera: HD times 4

HD just isn’t good enough anymore, and the new RED Scarlet-X is promises 4x the resolution of HD. The Scarlet-X seems to be making film makers pretty happy. It only makes sense – the development of the Scarlet-X was announced three years ago and just recently became available. How much does it cost? It’s tough to [...]

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Use your iPad as a picture frame with this sweet stand.

Have you ever looked at your iPad and thought it would make the perfect picture frame on the wall? But thinking about putting a $500-900 device up for displaying pictures and nothing else makes you almost laugh uncontrollably. So here’s a novel concept: An iPad stand that doubles as a picture frame. That’s the idea [...]

The $5.99 SnapHeal May Just Become Your Go-To Photo Editor

When I think of popular photo editors, I immediately think of Adobe Photoshop, the premier image editor for photographers and graphic designers. I’ve used it for years, and it’s served me well. I have complete control over every aspect of the image I am editing or creating. But sometimes, that high level of control is [...]

Faster Than the Speed of Light? MIT’s New 1 Trillion Frames-per-Second Camera

Researches at MIT have created a camera that is making headlines all over the world. Amazingly, it can capture visual data at a rate of one trillion frames per second! As it turns out, that is fast enough to capture light in motion on camera. And the price tag? A cool $250,000. To call this camera “high [...]

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“Funny, but true: Granny’s advice on techno-gadgetry”

Apparently grandma has a lot of technamalogical wisdom to impart to you. She may confuse left-clicking with right-clicking or forget how to turn the computer on, but she knows a lot more than you think. Here are some of her best tips, by Chaco Puebla: “Vimeo has more quality but Youtube has more content.” “Don’t [...]

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Protect Your Stuff By Writing Down Serial Numbers

Imagine, you’re sitting there peacefully talking on your iPhone while walking down the street when, all of a sudden, you’re blindsided by a thug who grabs your phone and takes off. You didn’t even get to say goodbye. Unfortunately, this situation is becoming all-too-common around the country. San Francisco police reported 40 cell phone robberies in November [...]

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