'....then smartphone, mobile photography might just be coming of age.'Read More
The soundimageplus blog has been going since 2007 and to date has over 12 million page views. Written by David Taylor-Hughes, a professional stock photographer, it includes photographic articles dealing with a wide range of themes including film and digital photography.
'I've been impressed by Lightroom 6 as I've written in a previous post and as part of the deal I get Lightroom Mobile to install on all my phones and tablets (well actually not my Windows phone Nokia, Adobe don't support that) so I can sync up all photos taken on those and automatically have them turn up in Lightroom. Sound useful?Read More
'It works well because small sensor video has been around for years anyway. After all a 1080 video frame is only 2.1MP, which makes it not that difficult to turn out decent footage. And that footage compares very well with other better specified cameras I have.'Read More
'These are experimental chiaroscuro HDR black and white multi-image stitched 'panoramas' shot with my Olympus OM-D E-M10 and Panasonic 15mm f/1.7 lens and Nokia Lumia 1020 Smartphone. The original images (usually three or four for each pano) were uploaded onto my iPad. I then stitched them together in Autostitch and edited them with Snapseed.'Read More
'My New Year picture was actually an 360 degree iPad Panorama and this tablet / iPhone 6 feature is very good. It stitches together pretty well, with only the odd (fixable error) the great thing is that you see it emerging as you move the iPad. I got a bit 'creative' with the top one to create an 'armageddon wasteland' type image, but as you can see from the other three it's capable of 'natural' results as well.'Read More
Since the camera on it is much the same specs. as an iPhone 6 and supposedly very similar* (See below). I thought I'd have a look at what it can do. And despite the general view that it looks a bit strange taking pictures with an iPad, it does have the advantage of that incredible screen, which as you imagine is very good indeed for framing and composition.'Read More