Tag: iphone

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Autumn Change, Shot with the iPhone 5s

[Be sure to view it larger in Flickr’s Lightbox interface.] On a walk today, I spied a backlit leaf that demanded to be photographed. (It’s fall, so this becomes a frequent occurrence.) Although I was carrying my Canon PowerShot G12 in my bag, I of course reached for my iPhone to grab the shot. I ...

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Link: Use iPhone 5s Slo-Mo Videos on the Mac

Jason Snell at Macworld has written up a quick guide to taking the cool slow-motion videos shot by the iPhone 5s and editing them on the Mac. Since iMovie and other editors can handle different frame rates, they see the slo-mo videos as just being 120 frames per second (fps), which means they play back ...

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New Seattle Times Column: iPhone 5s

My latest column for the Seattle Times is out, and I look at the iPhone 5s. Given Apple’s reluctance to focus on technical specifications in recent years, what’s underneath the screen in the newest flagship iPhone is an important baseline for what’s to come. iPhone debuts with focus on what’s inside.

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Patrick Rhone: Worth a Thousand Words

Patrick Rhone is spot-on in this post about the impact the camera capabilities of the iPhone 5s is going to have on the industry—the camera industry: Worth a Thousand Words. As I was following the press event, I realized that just the camera functions of the iPhone 5s are smarter than any camera I own. ...

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Link: Regular People Have No Idea How to Manage Photos on Their iPhone

This post by Bradley Chambers is spot on: Regular People Have No Idea How to Manage Photos on Their iPhone. It’s really bizarre that Apple is so consistently behind when it comes to iCloud storage and photo management. Key point: Also, photo stream needs to be reversed. Apple should store ALL photos/video taken with your ...

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Using ShutterSnitch on the iPhone

On my iPad for Photographers blog, I wrote about how I turned to ShutterSnitch on my iPhone—more often than on my iPad—to transfer many of my photos at Disneyland. Although the iPad is much lighter than a laptop, I found it easier to carry just the iPhone around the park. (I know, lots of ShutterSnitch ...

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Article: iStabilizer Dolly Review

http://www.macworld.com/article/2032398/review-istabilizer-dolly-creates-smooth-stable-tracking-shots-with-your-phone-or-camera.html