I’m going to start with a preemptive “No, not because the iPad 2 has a camera.” because, let’s face it, the camera in the iPad is crap. You’re better off using the camera in your phone in a pinch if just for awkward hold-ability reasons. And I guess I should also clearly state that it’s not because the screen is better. The iPad 2 retains the same 720p resolution display with ‘magical’ oliophobic coating that ‘magically’ exaggerates finger marks. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s begin at the beginning.
No, this isn’t link bait or one of those “earn pennies by typing Google fodder blogs for me”-type articles. I’ve had use of an iPad for about 5 months now and have collected and used quite a few apps in that time, both free and paid, good and bad. Yes, […]
We see them a lot on the street, don’t we? Interesting subjects. Not just interesting subjects, but a continuing series of interesting moments and interactions between those interesting subjects. Normally, we take a quick photo, perhaps pausing a bit to get the right moment, and move on. How often do […]
With regard to what seems to be a OS limit on file size, I think I’ve figured out why. The iPad utilizes a version (v3.2) of the operating system designed primarily for the iPhone (currently v3.1.2). The maximum image size limit is the same as the resolution of the camera […]
Street photography and studio photography are polar opposites. With street photography, the challenge is finding the composition and the moment from what already exists. As such, street photography is a twig in the same photography branch as other genres such as photojournalism or documentary. On the other side of the […]
First let me be clear: I love film and have no plans to cease using film until the last frame of the last roll on Earth has been exposed. I enjoy the 100% hands-on nature of it, the texture of it, and the fact that the portraiture clients I have […]