Why DIY? In my search for flash diffuser ideas I saw this comment: I don’t get it. People spend thousands of dollars on their camera gear and then skip a few bucks on buying a decent flash diffuser and make one out of domestic waste instead? Brilliant. I agree! Although back in the day I […]
I haven’t been a fan of the idea of camera applications on the iPhone: the ones that take over, or replace, the regular camera. They just seemed unnecessary to me. Then there was Hipstamatic, which you know I love. Now, Lisa Bettany and Tap Tap Tap have come out with Camera+. Lisa is pretty au […]
When I first saw the Hipstamatic app in the top downloads in the iTunes App Store I thought, “Great… another photography app.” Then a friend showed it to me and I was a little more convinced, then I bought it and I love it! I love being able to catch moments without worrying if the […]
Photovisi is a new and free photo collage service. All you need to do is choose a template, upload your photos and download the end result.
Megapixels don’t mean much Leo Laporte and folks were talking about the Droid on This Week in Google and This Week in Tech over the last few days and someone mentioned they weren’t especially impressed with the camera. Despite the 5 megapixels it’s not much (or any) better than the iPhone camera. It just goes […]
You might remember that I bought a Kodak Retinette 1a last year. I posted my first successful roll of film at the time, but haven’t done a lot with it since. The other day I checked to see if it had film in it, which it did, so I finished it off. Most of the […]