Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Best iPhone Photo and Video Accessories

As the old adage goes, the best camera is the one you have with you. And more often than not these days that will be your smartphone. Pretty much all modern smartphones have great cameras. That’s a given. And there are a range of amazing apps out there on all…

Cameramator: The Photographer’s New Best Friend

Cameramator: The Photographer’s New Best Friend

If tethered photography is getting you down, Cameramator could be the answer you’ve been looking for. Currently in the developmental stages, this new technology takes tethered photography to the next level, and turns it wireless. When in use, Cameramator will allow you to control your DSLR and preview images directly…

Vtec iPhone camera lens cases

As the old saying goes, the best camera is the Canon 7D. But after that it’s the one you have on you. And more often that not that’s your smartphone. Smartphone cameras are getting better and better and are the camera of choice for most uploaders on Flickr. Purists can…

Photography Related Christmas Gifts

Photography Related Christmas Gifts

Now it is so easy to take great digital images, and to manipulate them as we want, one of the simplest ways to create truly personalised gifts and cards for the festive season is to use an online photo service. And there are so many to choose from. Here’s a…

Multimedia multitasker – Nero 11

If you want to do anything with multimedia files, whether it’s editing MP3 files, create slideshows, edit video, receiver data from damaged discs and loads more, Nero software seems to be able to do it all. Long gone are the days when all it did was burn data to CDs…

Colour Splash Studio Mac review

If you’ve ever wanted to recreate “the little girl in the red jacket” effect from Schindler’s List then a new app has just hit the Mac App Store just for you, and rocketing in at number one you’re apparently not alone in your desire. Whilst not the only app that…

FX Photo Studio Mac app review

Remember when Photoshop first came out? All of a sudden filters were *everywhere* – especially the cut-out comic effect. While I worked at a student paper almost every other piece of art-work we saw come in had been processed in some god-awful way and it was a relief to see…

Canon PowerShot SX230 HS. A compact that packs a punch.

I’ve always been one of those people who have to look the part. It might be an iPad2, a top of the range notebook, or the very latest DSLR. Those little envious sideway glances from people aspiring to own one but can’t for whatever reason, are the very things I…

Blurb iOS app: Share your stories in an instant

One of the great things about all this technology we have at our fingertips is that we can share instantly with friends and family – maybe post up some pictures from a party, or share a video of a family event with relatives who couldn’t make it. But sometimes all…

Vertus Fluid Mask 3.2 review

Like many people, I do a lot of work with Photoshop. Adobe’s flagship packing is so ubiquitous it’s almost a genericized trademark – like Tippex, Thermos or Heroin. Fun as it is to work with, using masks in Photoshop is a pain and is often the most tedious part of…

Ford Focus Cam

Everyone knows that cars have some kind of electronics in them. Ford, however, has decided that we need to pay more attention to them. Especially considering the new Ford Focus has more features than a new BMW. To publicise their technological prowess, the company has created the Focus Cam, hitting…

Aquapac underwater camera cases

Ever had a baby, a swimming pool and an urge to recreate the cover of Nirvana’s 1991 classic album Nevermind? It can’t be just me. Aquapac have released a new range of underwater (5 m) cases that gives you a few more options your shots – whether you want to…