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November 18, 2009

iPhone Photography

Filed under: @Home,Personal,Photography — Christopher Murray @ 6:55 am

I’m noticing a growing number of sites giving play to cell phone photography (there’s even awards for this now). Obviously, the quality is less than that of a good digital camera, but you might be surprised to see what a good eye can do with an inferior lens.

I’ve been playing with this on my iPhone a lot lately, and also have discovered some tools to make image calibration right on the phone easier. The photos below were taken on my phone and then worked with Photoshop.com which provides a very friendly interface for filters, cropping, and even uploading. In some these photos I’m also experimenting with some tilt-shift effects (to varying degrees of success).

Here are some cool links:

http://iphonephoto.us/
http://www.ippawards.com/
http://www.philcoffman.com/blog/photography/iphone-photography/

And some cool tools:

Camera Bag
Best Camera
TiltShift Generator

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One Response to “iPhone Photography”

  1. Paul Says:

    My family uses the iPhone a lot for pictures on the go. The one major weakness that we find is that the shutter/picture speed is too slow.

    Even when you hold the picture button and release when you think the time is right, there seems to be about a one-second delay.

    Rumor has it, there’s a Photoshop app now available as well.

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