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Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on February 21, 2012
Blown out faces and awful red eyes. It’s a crime committed with flash. For many this is the story, this is the saga of flash, but it needn’t be.
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on August 24, 2011
There are three photography competitions that are accepting submissions until September 30th of this year. Two of them allow you to enter your photographs into specific categories like Wildlife, Friends and Family, Architecture and Food. Each contest has different rules and requirements for submissions. The Aerial America Photo Contest is sponsored by The Smithsonian Channel. [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on July 30, 2011
There are times when carrying around a lot of photo equipment is neither appropriate or convenient. During those times, you can still use your Android phone to take and create some amazing photographs and effects. You can find an amazing number of photo apps that turn your camera into something more. While some of these [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on July 17, 2011
Rephotography involves finding the subject matter or place of an earlier photograph and taking an updated shot today. Usually the earlier photographs are from a significantly earlier period in your life or the existence of your subject matter. During the Great Depression, the Farm Security Administration (FSA) and Resettlement Administration employed photographers to document the [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on April 20, 2011
While none of us were watching, the iPhone 4 has become one of the most popular cameras used to take photos that end up on Flickr, and is in fact about to take over the top spot from the Nikon D90. Flickr, the popular photography showcase Web site, has just published a graph showing the [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on April 14, 2011
Many of us, especially iPhone and Android users, have become addicted to being able to upload photos to the net directly from our phones. Did you know that here was a device that would allow you to do that from your camera? With smartphone cameras in the 5 megapixel range and up, and all those [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on April 12, 2011
Photo tagging, like so much on Facebook, seemed like a cool idea at the time, but is now showing its ugly side as the practice results in increased malware and spam for users that participate in it. The fellow who heads up Facecrooks, Tim Senft, has a warning for us all (again) and this time [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on April 11, 2011
The iPhone continues to amaze, with more and more interesting apps coming out every week. A couple of recent ones make it easy to take time lapse photos with your iPhone to amaze your friends. All of us have seen time-lapse photography but only a few of us have ever done it. Now, thanks to [...]
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on April 8, 2011
Smartphones with decent cameras seem to be one of the better ideas to insure that you always have a camera close at hand. Does the same thing apply to cameras on the iPad 2 and other tablets or are they just dumb?
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on April 6, 2011
Even though the camera on the iPad 2 is not exactly at the top of the heap, there is at least one app for Apple’s new tablet (FX Photo Studio) that gives the user a lot of tools and a great gesture interface for photo editing.
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on March 28, 2011
A new smartphone app and Web site named ‘Color’ are based almost entirely on the photograph, but it does not seem to have much to offer except someplace to display photos that the entire world can see.
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on March 24, 2011
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on March 22, 2011
Cameras were the “missing ingredient” pointed out most often when the original iPads were launched this year. Perhaps to make up for that, the new iPad 2 comes with two cameras, one front and one rear.
Posted from PHOTO.BLORGE on March 8, 2011
Apparently, the better of the two cameras in the new Apple iPad 2 has set a record of sorts, although not one that is likely to make anyone proud. Still, it is a first and should be recognized as such.