Tag Archive: Photography


Sometimes the future is a fuzzy picture. This was literally true when looking at a 0.3-megapixel image produced by one of the first consumer digital cameras, Apple’s doomed QuickTake.  Launched in 1994, the QuickTake didn’t exactly take off. The bulky… Read more ›

Every week, we pull together all the great stuff from the past week of Cult of Mac’s coverage of Apple, culture and technology news into a slick Newsstand magazine. This week’s Cult of Mac Magazine, then, has all the details… Read more ›

Amp up your iPhone photography with this add-on

We rely on our iPhone for so many facets of our life, but as a camera it has become a disruptive force in the photography world. The “Shot with an iPhone 6″ advertising campaign is likely making traditional camera companies… Read more ›

Amp up your iPhone photography with this add-on

We rely on our iPhone for so many facets of our life, but as a camera it has become a disruptive force in the photography world. The “Shot with an iPhone 6″ advertising campaign is likely making traditional camera companies… Read more ›

Color photography first gained a peel thanks to potatoes

The potato is one of the least colorful of the good Lord’s creations. But somehow, two French inventors figured out how the dud spud could help put color in our photographs.  Before brothers Louis and Auguste Lumiere tinkered with taters,… Read more ›

  Chances are you’ve got a camera within a few feet of you at all times. Though we all have cameras built into our mobile devices, more people are choosing to purchase digital SLR cameras that rival ther equipment professional… Read more ›

LAS VEGAS — The iPhone is the most popular camera in the world. But it still sucks at flash photography. Knog, the Austrialian company that makes those kickass bike lights, wants to make your nighttime iPhone pics a little bit… Read more ›

This week: As promised! With over 430,000 Instagram followers, photographer Cory Staudacher, aka @withhearts, joins us to talk mobile photography, his favorite photo apps and gear, and his tips for capturing beautiful images with your favorite iDevice. Plus, someone tries… Read more ›

Got a visual design project you’re working on but balking at paying high prices for royalty free stock photography, vector images, and videos? If so, the folks at Cult of Mac Deals have you covered. Right now you can get… Read more ›

Macro photography is an art form that gives us an unusually close look at a subject, and good macro shots can also make absolutely stunning wallpapers. That’s exactly what we’re sharing here, with twelve incredible macro shots of nature subjects generously shared from YJ Chua, a talented hobbyist photographer whose Mac setup we recently featured. … Read More   [Read More…]