Tag Archive: Photography


Have you entered the 2016 iPhone Photography Awards yet?

Are you a budding photographer, who owns (or has access to) an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? If so, you may be interested in entering this year’s IPPAwards, a.k.a. The iPhone Photography Awards. Entrants are competing for the prestigious IPPA Photographer of the Year Award title, along with a assortment of other prizes.   There’s a […]

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2015: The year photography moved (and moved us)

We were too busy taking our own pictures in 2015 to notice that something about photography had changed. This was the year the photo moved. It shed its flat, two-dimensional constraints and showed a life once left to the imagination. The movement could be slight, as in Apple’s Live Photos, a new feature on the […]

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It’s never been easier to get in on the light-field photography revolution [Deals]

It’s been nearly four years since Lytro started shipping their first pocket-sized light field camera. The technology has advanced since then, and the Lytro Illum represents its cutting edge. It still takes the stunning ‘living pictures’ of its predecessor — images based on the full light field that can be refocused and subtly repositioned after […]

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Pistol grip helps get your photography on target

Lust List: Grip&Shoot Bluetooth smart grip for photographers Nobody likes a blurry picture. And while smartphone snappers might think they don’t miss a viewfinder, holding an old-school camera close to the face allowed photographers to use their arms against their torsos to steady things. With a smartphone, which is held out in front of our […]

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QuickTake was Apple’s first doomed foray into digital 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 ›

Catching up: All we know about iPhone 6s, more Apple Watch details, and amped up iOS photography

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 ›

Save 91% on the Adobe KnowHow Photography Skills Bundle [Deals]

  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 ›