SAN FRANCISCO, June 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — artCircles, the first iPad app released by Art.com, the world’s largest online retailer of posters, prints, and framed art, was recently named the iTunes App Store’s “App of the Week.” Conceived, designed, built, and branded in collaboration with Hot Studio, an award-winning experience design company, artCircles represents a new and highly […]
My Own Diary HD – now with individual outfits (PRWEB) May 14, 2012 With new themes and better performance, Appmaker e.K. has made the iPad-App for Diary enthusiasts – and those who want to become one – even more attractive. Since there is nothing more individual than your own diary, there are now special design […]
I currently use an iPad 1 and my daughter has my old iPhone 3Gs. Both suffer from SHBS – Sticky Home Button Syndrome. SHBS happens to older iThings and manifests as a slowness in responding to a press of the home button. Thankfully the fix is easy. I’m indebted to Roberto Garza over on SnapGuide […]
The TouchType case is currently up on Kickstarter. It is a leather or polyurethane case for the iPad that also has a pocket to hold an Apple Wireless Keyboard. This is a great solution because the Apple keyboard is a decent size and really nice to type on. I already use one with my iPad, […]
Here’s what caught my attention on photography on the Internet this week: A Broken Polaroid Camera Spits Out Amazing Abstract Art | Co.Design: business + innovation + design http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669619/a-broken-polaroid-camera-spits-out-amazing-abstract-art 10 Unmissable Apps for Ipad and Iphone Photographers http://www.lightstalking.com/10-unmissable-apps-for-ipad-and-iphone-photographers Acorn, a great Mac image editor, built for humans. http://www.flyingmeat.com/acorn/ Exposure is a VERY Personal Thing! | […]
David Saffir has written a great little article about calibrating an iPad using the Dalacolor Spyder 3 and some software for both the computer and the iPad. David says it better than I can, so read it here.
Here’s what caught my eye on the net this past week: iPad 3: Retina Display review for photographers http://www.richardpeters.co.uk/blog/2012/03/16/ipad-3-retina-display-review-for-photographers/ Photographs Captured Over Years with an Open Camera Shutter http://www.petapixel.com/2012/03/16/photographs-captured-over-years-with-an-open-camera-shutter/ 10 of Art History’s Most Controversial Photographers [NSFW] http://flavorwire.com/268992/controversial-photographers?all=1 Answers about the new iPad and Color http://cdtobie.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/answers-about-the-new-ipad-and-color/ Segment 9, Photo Review Series: Line, Light, and Color with […]
David Hockney, who has always widely experimented with different mediums for making art is exhibiting his latest work. The exhibition is at London’s Royal Academy of Art and runs till April 9th, 2012. Here’s the link to the Huffington Post piece on the exhibition.
ioShutter, made by Enlight Photo, is a combination free App for iPhone and a special cable that connects the iPhone to the shutter control port on a camera. The free app gives you the following features: 20 and 60 second timers Bulb offers 60, 90 and 120 second exposures Timelapse offers three options for timelapse […]
Blurb has today announced that they will be providing a publishing option to iPad. In the first iteration photographers who have used Blurb’s Bookify and BookSmart software will be able to publish in a way that maintains the formatting of the print version. Emails go out next month with the details and support for photographers […]