It was two years ago that I wrote a post calling the iPhone the new Polaroid SX-70 but that post gets a whole new meaning now when my iPhone images actually start looking like polaroids again. I’ve always been nostalgic and had a soft spot for all things antique and old. The same is probably with my [...]
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iPhonography again. Just a quick one with some iPhone shots from the Ganesh Chaturthi procession in Mumbai this last Sunday. I was with a small group of photographers that came for the workshop so did not really shoot so much, but I still managed to sneak in a few snaps. You must have already noticed [...]
You might not realize it yet, but this is as big, or even bigger than the invention of the digital camera. In the pocket of your shirt or in the zipper of your bag lurks no less than the most inspiring and innovative imaging system in the history of photography. Under the innocent phone cover of your iPhone lies a powerful tool that is changing the way we work and think as photographers.
The iPhone camera is quickly moving to center stage and I am loving it. I have also just received a new camera strap from the good people at BlackRapid and can now carry my iPhone with me attached to the strap itself. Very convenient. I can’t wait for this camera to have a 12 megapixel [...]
iPhonography is the term that I thought would fit better to what I can see as a completely new field of photography that is coming up all of a sudden. I ran a search online and it seems I was a bit behind on what was going on in this field and there are many [...]
It seems we are slowly getting rid of the old debate of Canon vs Nikon (Nikon of course!) when a new one is developing. Kodak had recently announced a new professional Portra 400 film and the question is WHY? Obviously they have a market for it or they would not be making it, but who [...]
Travel photography and the search for the best camera to take along on vacation continues. I have been struggling with this issue for years as the idea of going on vacation with my big set of cameras and lenses started being a little too much to handle. Why would I want to have the responsibility [...]