Apps

Photoshop for iPad Is a Disaster – Photography Article

Photoshop for iPad Is a Disaster Photoshop for the iPad was touted as Adobe’s most important mobile application, with iPad owners very keen to use the image editing software. However, the app is lacking some key features, seems to have a horrific lag when using certain tools, and is now attracting shockingly bad reviews on the App Store. What happened? Chat about the app started almost a year ago with enthusiasts excited to see what Adobe would bring to the…

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The Best Location Photography App You Will Ever Use – Photography Article

Do you like to plan your location shots? Will you be visiting a location and want to know where the sun is going to be at a particular time of the day? Will the building or mountain block the sun right before sunset? Well, if you’re like me, you want to know these answers before you get to the location, and that’s why you need this app. In this excellent video by Tony and Chelsea Northrup, the app isn’t that…

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Critique the Community: Your Best Panoramic Image – Photography Article

Panoramic images are typically created by taking a series of photos side by side and stitching them together with software. However, for this Critique the Community, you can also submit any photograph that has been stitched together. That means any photograph made up of at least 3 separate images that gives the viewer a larger view than any one of the single frames that makes up the pano. Over the next week, we invite you to submit your best panoramic…

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Why You Should Build a Mobile Landing Page for Instagram Instead of Using Linktree – Photography Article

If you are doing any business or marketing on Instagram, then at some point, you have been annoyed that you can only put one link on your profile. For a lot of users and most photographers, the ultimate goal is to drive traffic from Instagram to your website/portfolio. So, it makes sense that most of us put our website as that one link. The problem arises when you have something timely or new you also want to promote. Maybe you…

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Google Photos Can Now OCR the Visible Words in Your Shots – Photography Article

In a recent update, Google Photos added the ability to recognize the words in your photos by harnessing the power of Google Lens. Google Photos for any smartphone is a must-have in my opinion. The unlimited high-quality backup and fast loading of thousands of photos at your fingertips are unrivaled and the offering keeps getting better. A series of tweets led me to find that the team had added the ability to use optical character recognition to scan your photos…

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Skylum Offers a Sneak Peek of Sky Replacement in Luminar 4 – Photography Article

We published the announcement last month when Skylum told us that the upcoming Luminar 4 included AI sky replacement. No layers, no masking. One click. We know that sky replacement is not for everyone, and the debate is a valid one. For my own landscape work, I’m happy to be able to add a sky from my own sky library when I’m faced with “severe clear” weather on a scene that really needs more than a wide area of just blue. …

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Topaz Studio 2: Is It Worth Buying? – Photography Article

Topaz Studios seems to have endless releases of powerful tools for photographers, and many of us have at least one Topaz application or plugin in our collection of editing tools. So, just how good is the newly released Topaz Studio 2? The original Topaz Studio was a bit of an odd release. Studio was free, and it came with some filters, but the premium filters cost money and were added to the Topaz Studio app as you needed them. I know…

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Fstoppers Reviews the Wyze Cam: A $25 Security Cam for Your Hotel – Photography Article

This is a look at how this affordable home security cam can be used for increasing security of your gear while traveling on assignment. Even though it was never designed for this purpose, unlike a lot of other options on the market the Wyze Cam has just the right features to make it possible.  Security is a big issue for me when I’m traveling on an assignment. Sometimes I am able to pack just the essentials for the job but more often…

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Augmented Reality Offers Heightened Situational Awareness for Drone Users – Aerial Photography Article

Augmented Reality Offers Heightened Situational Awareness for Drone Users  RadioResource Media Group By Danny Ramey, Web Editor. Thursday, August 08, 2019 | Comments. Augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are finding holds in the commercial market as … >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email 9-1-1 analog radio antennas apps base stations Broadband consoles data devices digital mobile radio dispatch DMR dPMR FCC rules FirstNet interoperable gateways IoT IP…

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Instagram Deletes Dozens of Accounts With Millions of Followers Without Warning – Photography Article

Instagram recently deleted dozens of accounts, some with up to 13 million followers, in a mass purge that focused on meme accounts. The company did not give any explanation for the suspensions beyond “violations of terms of service,” but there are several theories as to why the accounts were removed. The purge angered the account owners, many of whom generated up to $200,000 a year using their accounts. One user noted that he used the accounts to fund his college…

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Instagram Will Now Warn Users if Their Account Is Close to Being Banned – Photography Article

Instagram has sometimes not been particularly forthright when it comes to decisions of account or content moderation, but that seems to be changing, as the company has announced that they will begin warning users whose accounts are in imminent danger of being banned because of violations. Instagram has been testing several new features in the last few months, such as removing like counts from posts and decreasing the emphasis on follower counts on bio pages. The company has continued the…

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Meet the DJI Ronin SC: Lighter and More Intelligent – Photography Article

For those of us who use gimbals, we know how heavy our setups can get over time. Having a lighter setup can make things easier when on the go, and DJI is here with yet another solution. DJI has released the Ronin SC, a newer, lighter, and slightly more advanced version of the Ronin S.  Weighing in at only 2.4 lbs (41% lighter than the Ronin S), this new gimbal was designed specifically for mirrorless cameras and portability. The motors support around 4.5…

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Apps That Will Add a New Level of Intelligence to Your Photographs. – Photography Article

If you’ve ever wondered what plant is in the foreground of your last magical landscape image, there’s a few apps out there that can help. Those apps can also keep you from trampling rare and endangered species and habitat to get that epic Instagram shot, and along the way you’ll end up learning a few Latin names… maybe.The first app I use the most and can identify countless species of plants and animals is iNaturalist. The built in artificial intelligence…

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Create Long Exposures with No ND Filter Using Your iPhone – Photography Article

Moment’s new app update gives you the ability to take long exposure photos with your phone, and export it as video or live photo. And it’s very well implemented.  As a practice run, I just took some images of my train trip this morning and another while I was walking across the bridge in Paris. It’s not just easy to use, but it does change the way you approach your shot, and it makes me want to try new things,…

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iPadOS Finally Makes iPad Worth Considering for Professionals – Photography Article

After a few compatibility and speed tests, for the first time, I will be leaving my laptop behind when I go on a seven day trip out of the country later this month. It’s all thanks to iPad’s new iPadOS, which this year will provide support for external drives and a group of other pro features we’ve been starved for since the iPad first came out. The latest operating system for Apple’s iPad was renamed iPadOS (from iOS) to separate…

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Capture One Express: Straightforward, Powerful, and Free – Photography Article

What is Capture One Express? Simply put, it’s a totally free and simplified version of the Capture One editing software that still offers the same superior raw handling ability as the Pro version.  There are more versions of Capture One than many people realize, including Capture One Pro, brand-specific versions for Sony and Fujifilm, and Capture One Studio. Since the release of Capture One version 8, users have had the option to either purchase Capture One outright or use a…

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Fstoppers Review: NIK Tools Are Back With More Features and a Lower Price – Photography Article

Many of us remember the debut of NIK Tools in 1995. They were a powerful set of plugins for Photoshop that did color adjustments, created lovely black and white images, and could sharpen images and lower noise in them. Just about every photographer I knew snapped them up at $500. Then, a mini-disaster struck. Google bought them out in September 2012, dropped the price to $150, and true to predictions, Google lost interest in them, offered them for free, but there…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Best Apps for Finding What to do When Visiting a New City? – iPhone Photography Article

Best Apps for Finding What to do When Visiting a New City Vacation vs VanLife Some people plan months in advance when going on vacation but that isn’t often the case when living on the road full time. Many times I find myself wandering from one place to the other because of recommendations by others. This way of travel is exciting and often brings me to places I never would have visited otherwise. Often when I arrive I will go…

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Happy Feb 14th | iPhone Photographer – iPhone Photography Article

Happy Feb 14th Posted by David Pasillas on February 14, 2017 Posted in: iphoneography. Tagged: apps, art, artista impresso, flowers, icolorama, iPhone, iPhoneography, love, nature, painterly, photography, Photos, snapseed, still life, valentines day. A flower falls, even though we love it.  -Dogen I hate to be that guy, but I’ve never been a fan of this holiday. Probably because I spent too many of them alone. Shrug.  I’ll probably be spending the day eating junk food and doing something artsy…

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Dapper Pony | iPhone Photographer – iPhone Photography Article

Dapper Pony Posted by David Pasillas on December 7, 2016 Posted in: iphoneography. Tagged: apple, apps, farm, horse, iPhone, iphone 7, iPhoneography, maine, new england, outdoors, photography, Photos, proshot, snapseed, snow, winter. I went for a walk around the farm, while it was snowing, the other day. I thought I was going to shoot the fresh snow on the trees, but some areas were too icy to risk walking through. Instead, my girlfriend and I took photos of some of…

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