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Category Archives: Review
A month ago, I picked up a set of Kenko Auto Extension Tubes that allow photographers to turn an ordinary lens into a macro – and in some cases a super-macro – lens. Continue reading
As camera gear grows smaller, and the light sensitivity of cameras increases, the need for large bulky light kits are declining to an extent. For the run and gun shooter, having a portable LED light to fill in those dark … Continue reading
The idea behind gps4cam is a sound one; you start a trip, and at predefined intervals, the application captures GPS data from your iPhone that later can be tagged to the photos you’ve taken with your more impressive (but GPS lacking) cameras. Continue reading
The one thing I wanted to really test was the video and iMovie capabilities of the iPhone. I know others have had about a year to do this stuff themselves, but as someone who has spent a decade plus editing on both linear and non-linear editing systems, I wanted to see how this system stacked up. Continue reading
Color coding your friends and family I don ?t get a lot of phone calls at the Central Division, but when I do, I pretty much know the call is going to fall into one of four categories; people I … Continue reading
Today, Apple Inc. unleashed the iPhone on the world. Here’s my gut reaction to the announcement. In a word? Cool.