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.
The last time I went to the Hello Kitty Sweets restaurant in Taipei was a couple of years ago for a Valentines Day afternoon tea time with my wife and kids. The coffee and free wifi were good, the desserts were overpriced but okay, and the pink level was overwhelming. […]
I was originally going to entitle this article The Magic of the Olympus E-P2 at Night, but as I went through the features that make the Olympus E-P2 such a great nighttime imaging tool I realized that the pieces that make it so were in the entire Digital Pen line […]
I guess this can be called a “put your money where your mouth is” follow up to my HTC Desire HD review, which I spent evaluating the device less like a phone and more like a camera. After writing it I decided to actually put some conscious effort into taking […]
A review of the VistaQuest VQ1015 ENTRY keychain camera, also known as the “digital LOMO”. How to best describe it? It’s the “Roger Corman” of the photography world: low budget but fun as heck.
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, […]
A couple of weeks ago, Craig Ferguson invited me to write a guest post on his blog. It was something I felt somewhat honored to do since I both find him to be an excellent photographer and his blog to be incredibly useful. I’ve cobbled together this short pieceon street […]