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Patrick Nelson
Tapping Your Smartphone's Processing Power for Classic Photography
01/19/12 11:05 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 793 Words

... stumbling-block to using a phone as an all-in-one solution for photography is basically that the lenses aren't as good as those on any dedicated camera. While you would expect a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera to sport a better lens, even...

Patrick Nelson
Panono Throws Photography for a Loop
11/19/13 11:18 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 587 Words

... a new take on the point-and-shoot camera: It's the throw-and-catch camera. Called " Panono ," this throwable, panoramic device contains multiple fixed-focus cameras that shoot simultaneously, allowing you to capture "everything in every direction," in the words of its creators, who...

Patrick Nelson
All Things Appy: Top 5 Android Camera Apps
05/01/13 11:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 680 Words

... the geek world drools over the first 13-megapixel smartphone camera -- the Android-driven Samsung Galaxy S4 -- TechNewsWorld takes a look at the current state-of-play in the must-have camera app genre for Android . Ready, set, go. About the Platform Google's Android...

Patrick Nelson
Fast Burst Camera: When Great Action Shots Are Enough
09/07/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 680 Words

Fast Burst Camera , an app from Spritefish, is available for US$3.99 at Google Play. Spritefish's Fast Burst Camera may be just the app for sports photography.

I've reviewed camera apps for Android OS before, and I've been particularly fond of Vignette...

Patrick Nelson
The Rise of the Consumer Electronics Prosumer
02/11/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 782 Words

... smartphone processor with its in-built camera chip is driving a resurgence of interest in the art of photography. Just look at the Instagram app user numbers -- about 80 million at last count, according to publisher Burbn's blurb in iTunes . There's...

Patrick Nelson
The App-Driven Gadget Floodgates Are Open
05/10/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 633 Words

There are sensors that monitor fitness by tracking of workouts; digital styluses for kids to draw on tablets; and smartphone camera add-ons.

Later this year, we'll likely see a plethora of smartwatches -- wearable devices that control or are controlled by your...

Patrick Nelson
Vignette Lets Android Photogs Get Their Art On
01/27/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 719 Words

Vignette differentiates itself from other Android-based camera apps by adding cross-process, tilt-shift, double exposure and other sophisticated effects like infrared, as opposed to the general toy camera and retro effects commonly found. The paid version of Vignette adds full resolution to the mix.

Patrick Nelson
How to Take, Keep and Share Great Android Smartphone Photos
10/09/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 793 Words

I've written about apps for photography with an Android smartphone , but there are some basics that you need to know, unique to smartphones, that have nothing to do with imaging apps.

If you're finding that you're migrating from a dedicated digital...

Patrick Nelson
Scalado Album's Photo-Mapping Skill Earns It a Niche
05/18/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 706 Words

That's because the stock photography business of which I am a modest part (I make enough money to buy a camera memory card every few years) downgrades the value of images tagged with that kind of image metadata.

This may be a...

Patrick Nelson
Seamlessly Sync Photos Between Android and PC
02/28/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 701 Words

Well, I'd like to draw an analogy with digital photography. Here's my point: Why is it usually such a cumbersome, laborious process to get images out of a device and onto a computer, where they can be admired and edited?


Patrick Nelson
Leaving Your Mark on the Web
05/17/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 658 Words

You can find detailed instructions and screen shots at All Things Photography .

If you have images in cyberspace that haven't been watermarked, there are tools to find stolen work too.

Add a Watermark
Open the image in any...

Patrick Nelson
Instagram: Fun but No Threat to the Art World
04/27/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 654 Words

Instagram, the popular photography and social networking app for the iPhone, with a whopping 27 million iOS users, recently became available for Android . Around 5 million Android users reportedly signed up for the app in the first few days of the Android...

Patrick Nelson
Thinning Out Your Gadget Hoard
10/11/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 687 Words

They'll pay you $492 for a used Canon EOS 7D 18 Megapixel camera body only or give you $591 in exchange credit.

Larger electronics and white goods appliances taking up space can be sold via local community moderated, free online classifieds...

Patrick Nelson
Droid Scan Pro's an Amateur at Character Recognition
02/10/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 715 Words

Scanning: If at First You Don't Succeed
Scanning involves operating the phone's camera from within the scanning app. Many of the somewhat-creased receipt's characters were recognized, but not all.

All of the image was captured, though, and was crystal...


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