iPhoneography

iPhoneography

(IPHONE photOGRAPHY) Taking pictures with an iPhone camera. It often refers to taking photos and immediately sending them to a photo sharing or news site. See mobile photography.
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Vitec said the acquisition gives the group greater access to the iPhoneography and vlogging consumer accessories market, and expands its presence in the US market by adding complementary brands to enhance its Photographic Division.
Specific topics explored include use of iPads for art museum education, digital cameras and art gallery spaces, and iPhoneography in the secondary classroom.
The app brings the art of selfies and iPhoneography offline and into the real world.
With the app, the art and innovation of selfies and iPhoneography come into reality.
If you like to take clean, unprocessed photographs with a simple interface on your iPhone, and then process the pictures with filters and controls, ProCamera 7 by Cocologics has some features that make it worth having in your iPhoneography arsenal.
Whether iPhoneography will gain a foothold in the art licensing world remains to be seen, but this current culture-becoming-art is certainly worth keeping an eye on.
The pavilion is hosted by Glyn Evans, editor of the popular iPhoneography (www.
App Alchemy" is pure magic -- a brilliant new iPhoneography classroom-in-an-app that is fun as well as a highly valuable learning tool, blurring the distinction between ebooks and media-rich interactive app.
Building on the unprecedented and patent pending features brought to the world of iPhoneography and independent iPhone video production by the original indie for iPhone 4 & 4S, the indie i5 once again delivers new levels of image control and optimized camera operation.
SAN FRANCISCO -- iPhoneography specialist MEA Mobile today announced a unique way to see more of yourself.
Bringing unprecedented and patent pending features to the world of iPhoneography and independent iPhone video production, the indie enables new levels of image control and optimized camera operation.
Hosted by Glyn Evans, editor of the popular blog iPhoneography (www.