Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

Boats - Marina Del Ray, California

Boats - Marina Del Ray, California

Well, it is not here in the south! It is REALLLLLLLY cold here in Atlanta, like in the teens cold. I am not going to get any sympathy from the folks up north, but this is the south.  It is not supposed to be this cold!

So I am staying inside this weekend, and going to do a little blog work, Facebook stuff, and web site junk.  I’m sorry, but I am a beach person, and cold weather really freaks me out.  I don’t like it, don’t want it, and folks up north can have it!!! Anyway…….

OK, off my soap box, and on to some good stuff. For those of you out there into Photowalks, here is a nifty little app for those of you who have the iPhone/iTouch, brought to you courtesy of Terry Reinert.

With a couple weeks of 2009 under our belts, I thought we would go back and visit the top 20 photography web sites of 2008.  What is cool is that I have several of these linked here on the blog!

Citizen journalism at its best.  An iPhone picture of the plane crash in the Hudson River makes the headlines.

Here are 3 quick tips to better your photography by Damien Franco.

Here is a great article that all photographers should read. It is by Merlan Mann at  Really good read.

That is going to do it for tonight.  I am going to try and stay warm, and I will hit the links tomorrow and see what other interesting stories I can find.



Uber-app for iPhone users!

Posted: January 10, 2009 in Photography

If you are a landscape photographer and an iPhone owner, you will really dig this new app.  For landscape photogs like me, there are only 2 times of the day.  Sunrise and sunset, and this app lets you know when both happen. Head on over to Scott Kelby’s blog and check it out.

And another app for the iPhone estimates the depth of field, aperature, subject distance, and also lets you know when the sunrise and sunset is, provided you own the iPhone 3G model with the GPS.