It seems that new photo capture and editing tools for Apple’s iOS devices are being released every day. Often they’re average quality tools available for a buck.
The free and popular instant photography sharing app for iOS, Instagram, just pushed an update through — and it’s a nifty little update too! Aside from some bug fixes, two new filters were added in the 1.0.7 update; Walden Hefe And one has been retrieved from the cutting room floor after a bit of a […]
Sometimes it great just to kick back and play ball with the dogs. Especially when it’s ‑20 something outside and the little Daschunds just don’t enjoy playing outside. Yes, they like their squeaky balls. As you can tell, I’ve been playing with photos in my iPad Darkroom. This shot was taken with my Panasonic FZ-30, […]
I must say I’m rather proud of the Edmonton Public Library — my local library. They were one of the first in Canada to: offer free Wi-Fi to members, jump into social media, equip branches with self-checkout barscanners and RFID chip automated checkin, allow online holds and media reservations, create a mobile library app, offer […]
Little bit of cropping, little bit of colour processing, little bit of Tilt Shift. All done on the iPad. I used CameraBag, TiltShiftGen, and PhotoPal. Fun with iOS apps 😉
This has to be one of the best collection of images of the US Space Shuttle Program anywhere — built into a video that describes the program, triumphs and failures. If you’ve got 45 minutes to spare, it’s worth a watch!
this week several Canadian newspapers simultaneously launched a free
iPad application focused on providing selected daily content from the
print edition of the newspaper.