Tangerine movie shot with iPhones and anamorphic lens adapters

Sean Baker’s latest film, Tangerine, was shot on iPhones using the FiLMiC app and Moondog Labs 1.33x anamorphic lens adapters to give a wide screen but full 2k resolution film. The result is not only an amazing film but an impressive demonstration of just what you can do with an iPhone. The iPhones were mounted […]

iPhoneArt.com launches LA Mobile Arts Festival in Santa Monica – August 18-26, 2012; Open Call for Entries: Deadline, July 15, 2012

Mobile art pioneers from around the world will show off their latest creations at the LA Mobile Arts Festival. The event will be Santa Monica Art Studios’ first-ever mobile arts exhibition showcasing nine days of mobile artistry from the heart of the West Coast’s contemporary art scene. Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2012 Mobile […]

This Week in Photography 29th April 2012

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! | […]

ioShutter Lets You Trigger a Camera From your iPhone

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 […]

iPhoneography and MagCloud For Photographers

As you might know, I blog for HP on their Professional Photography blog. My two recent posts have been: MagCloud and Publishing for Photographers covering my experience using MagCloud to produce the DIMi print edition and Why Appleā€™s iPhone Can Be a Fun, Useful Camera for Photography Pros covering my ideas on why we should […]

iPhone 4S – The Photographer’s Camera

Photographers need to take pictures. It’s a practice thing. Like every skill, you need to practice. But that means having a camera with you all the time. The one thing pretty well everyone has with them all the time now is their mobile phone. The iPhone is a great platform for photography. Not only have […]

What The Fuck Is Wrong With HP (and Everyone Else)

HP is a company I have always loved, whose products are well engineered and who have some of the brightest minds in Silicon Valley. So just what has got into HP and all the other computer makers, except Apple? The recent news that HP has dropped the TouchPad a month after the US release and […]

Infographic of the Day: Wayne’s Movements Courtesy of iPhone

As you may have heard, the iPhone tracks your movements continuously and stores this info in a file on the iPhone that gets backed up to your computer by iTunes. It does this using the mobile phone tower triangulation that is used as a backup for and to speed up your GPS system. Below is […]