Photography

  • Hipstamatic Unveils DSPO, Its New Social Photography App For iOS

    Hipstamatic Unveils DSPO, Its New Social Photography App For iOS

    Apps now let you imitate almost every kind of photography invented, from tintypes to disposable cameras. With all the tools out there, it’d be understandable if developers cried surrender and instead turned their focus to, say, stickers. Smartphone photography stalwart Hipstamatic, however, is trucking on with the release of iOS app DSPO. Read More

  • Meet Jeremy Cowart, A Photographer Who Snaps The Homeless With A High-Tech Light Ring And Cellphone

    Meet Jeremy Cowart, A Photographer Who Snaps The Homeless With A High-Tech Light Ring And Cellphone

    Some folks look away from homelessness. Jeremy Cowart looks straight at it, with kindness. Cowart is a Nashville-based celebrity photographer and founded Help-Portrait, a global event that invites photographers to shoot and print portraits of the homeless and people in need in an effort to help people “smile, come together, and remember.” The last event, held in early December… Read More

  • EyeEm Launches Open Edit, Letting You See How Pros Edit Their Photos

    EyeEm Launches Open Edit, Letting You See How Pros Edit Their Photos

    Photosharing startup EyeEm has launched version 5.0 of their mobile app on iOS and Android, bringing a slew of changes to their editing system that make it easier to get your photos looking like the shots curated from professionals. Read More

  • Amazon Prime Members’ Newest Benefit Is Free, Unlimited Photo Storage

    Amazon Prime Members’ Newest Benefit Is Free, Unlimited Photo Storage

    Amazon Prime members are getting another benefit today, the company announced this morning: free, unlimited photo storage. In a new service called Prime Photos, paying subscribers of Amazon’s membership program will now be about to store photos in their original resolutions to Amazon Cloud Drive from any device, including iOS, Android, and Fire phones and tablets, as well as Mac and… Read More

  • First Look At 3D Camera App 3DAround

    First Look At 3D Camera App 3DAround

    What if you could shoot those cool 360-degree, swivel-around photos you see on ecommerce sites or in The Matrix with just your smartphone? Then you’d be using the 3DAround camera app that launches next month from Dacuda, which gave TechCrunch an early peek. Simply hit record, revolve your camera phone or tablet around an object, and 3DAround stitches together all the photos into a 3D… Read More

  • Flickr Now Lets You Turn Your Photos Into Wall Art

    Flickr Now Lets You Turn Your Photos Into Wall Art

    Flickr as of late has been making moves to compete with newer startups, like 500px for example, which cater to professional photographers. This summer, it announced a licensing program to get photographers’ work featured on news sites, including Yahoo’s own properties, and today it’s rolling out Flickr Wall Art. For now, this program is about allowing users to turn their… Read More

  • A Manual iPhone Camera, Finally

    A Manual iPhone Camera, Finally

    Finally is a funny word, especially when it comes to Apple. I try to avoid using it because I’m cognizant of the fact that Apple’s pacing is often a lot different than the hive mind’s idea of what it should be. Just see how long it took to implement third-party keyboards in a way that was satisfactory security-wise for an example. Read More

  • Flickr Announces “20 Under 20″ Collection Of Young Photographers

    Flickr Announces “20 Under 20″ Collection Of Young Photographers

    In an effort to promote young artists using its service, Flickr has put together a collection of 20 artists under the age of 20 who have shown exceptional talent in their early work. Users can choose their favorite photographers from the group and nominate their work in three different categories: creativity, technical skills, and strength of overall portfolio. Read More

  • EyeEm Challenges Flickr For Providing New Media With Relevant Images

    EyeEm Challenges Flickr For Providing New Media With Relevant Images

    While services like Getty are available, I’ve personally never spent a dime for an image in an article I’ve written — it’s always been easier to do a quick search on Flickr or to shoot my own photos. Photo-sharing service EyeEm wants to offer publishers an option somewhere in between Flickr and paid photo services, and it’s partnering with the Huffington Post to… Read More

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