The popular iOS app, VSCO Cam, is now available on Android devices.
The app is free and includes 10 presets and 15 tools already built-in. Additional presets are available for a charge within the in-app store. [click to continue…]
Smartphone cameras are getting serious. Just as I’ve been working on a review of the Lumia 920 (preview: the camera is solid), Nokia goes and releases the new Lumia 1020.
The Lumia 1020 features a 41MP PureView sensor that provides the camera with a 6x zoom while still maintaining decent resolution. Additionally, the Lumia 1020 includes a Xenon flash bulb instead of the common LED “flash” found on smartphones today (iPhone 5 included). There is 32GB of onboard storage for those large image files. [click to continue…]
Sony i1 Smartphone
Lots of leaks in recent days for the upcoming Sony i1 smartphone suggest that it is just around the corner. Even before the phone’s official announcement, it is being hailed in some circles as the new camera phone king. If the rumors of the i1′s camera specs are to believed, that may very well be the case. [click to continue…]
Several images of the upcoming Nokia EOS Windows Phone have leaked out and make it out to be a very camera-heavy phone. The Nokia EOS should not be associated with the Canon EOS brand; however, if that’s the final name of the product, I can’t imagine that Canon will let it slide without a prompt trademark infringement lawsuit – particularly given how the camera seems to be such a big feature of this phone. [click to continue…]
Nokia launched a new phone, the Lumia 920, and was raving about its incredible camera and PureView image stabilization system. Nokia even put together a sweet video, entitled PureView The next innovation, that shows off the OIS system on the Lumia 920. Except that it wasn’t the Lumia 920 that captured the footage.
Turns out, the good stuff is coming from what looks to be a DSLR on some kind of external gyro or Steadicam rig. [click to continue…]
Sixty Tips for Creative iPhone Photography is a new book from author Martina Holmberg, who “shares sixty tips that cover everything from shooting and editing photos using your iPhone’s basic features, to using third-party apps for turning ordinary snapshots into unique and artistic images.”
Sixty Tips for Creative iPhone Photography retails for $24.95; however, it is currently available for $18.21 on Amazon.com.