Polaroid’s been synonymous with instant photography forever, and now the company is using a new technology, from a company called Zink (as in “zero ink”), to bring a instant photos to a new generation.
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Imagine this: You have something resembling a lens, but it’s a camera, and you’re able to attach it to your smartphone or else control it remotely from your phone. That’s the idea behind two new cameras from Sony, the QX10 and the QX100.
Take a road trip, courtesy of Google Street View. You can even learn how to make your own hyperlapse videos (a form of time-lapse photography) with the help of Google images.
Mobile photography is revolutionizing photography, but it’s not entirely instant, especially when it comes to printing.
You don’t need to spend a boatload of money to give a techno-gadget this year (or any year). In fact, you can spend less than $100. CNET has an excellent guide to technology gifts under $100.
You may know about Hipstamatic and Instagram, but that’s just the start for iPhone photography. Here’s a list of the top 100 iPhone photography apps.
The New York Times explores iPhoneography, photo strolls, and talks to Doctor Popular, who names ten great iPhone photography apps.
Plenty of people are now using their phones as their primary cameras, too, which means buying a phone isn’t just about the communications plan, the voice quality, and whatnot. It’s also about how well it performs as a camera—and maybe as a videorecorder, too.
Instagram is a service with an ever-evolving following (yes, Justin Bieber included), and there’s a wonderful ecosystem of apps surrounding the iPhone photo-sharing service.
Ranked #11 in Viral Video 100
An astonishing light painting, composed with individual long-exposure images. Wonderful, beautiful, and superlative-busting.