Archive for October 2012
Memoto is the world’s smallest wearable camera:
The Memoto camera is a tiny camera and GPS that you clip on and wear. It’s an entirely new kind of digital camera with no controls. Instead, it automatically takes photos as you go. The Memoto app then seamlessly and effortlessly organizes them for you.
A new and fascinating photographic experience.
Smartphones have become the most popular cameras in the world, with millions of people shooting, editing and sharing their photos on and from their devices. As billions of photos are shared online, many people don’t realize that they can also make good quality prints from their mobile phone photos.
Peter Kolonia, PopPhoto.com:
Stan Horaczek, PopPhoto.com:
Scott Mead‘s adventure in beach photography started back in 1975 when his grandfather gave him a Kodak Instamatic and sent him off on the sands of Maui. Since then, he has been creating striking images of sand, sea, and sun. Here are some tips for taking full photographic advantage of your next trip to the beach.
Derrick Story, The Digital Story:
The iPad mini is a fascinating device for nimble photographers. At 7.9″ tall and 7.2mm thick, it will fit in most conventional camera bags.
Yet the mini includes a 5 MP camera, WiFi and cellular (cellular as an option), 1024 x 768 resolution display at 163 pixels per inch, a new media card reader accessory, and all of our favorite iPad photo apps will work perfectly on it.
You can get the base model for as little as $329, but most photographers will need the version that costs $559. So the question is, should you order one when they’re available? That’s what we’ll examine in this week’s podcast.
What will this do for us photographers?