Minolta4Life: I'm still waiting on the digital camera that can be surgically implanted in my eye, and the cell phone that is an implanted chip in my tongue. Anything else is archaic.
Google Glass is well on its way... not sure if that is good or bad
I find this an interesting idea... I use the other slot in camera as backup or extra storage. I have only had one card in the past 12 years fail and i think that was due to handing it over to an editor that mysteriously gave it back corrupted. I don't transfer files that way any more and have not had any troubles with cards as well.
So my question is how many others out there have had real bad card issues using Sandisk or Lexar cards
My think tank international has been amazing, as it holds two pro bodies 5 lenses two flash heads battery charge and small bag of all the things youl'll ever need to keep your shoot going. It is also cheaper and sleeker than the Tamrac and on airplanes it fits most overheads and on commuter flights fits under the seat
Although in theory it sounds wonderful...But i also, like the posters below don't want to rely on an internet connection to have to get my work out. The "what if's" are to much to think about. I do a lot of location work where i am sitting in a hotel room with really poor bandwidth that will have to share using the application and uploading my work. I will probably use my CS6 until I can find something else that will work in it's place.
I Guess they never heard of Getty
thank you NASA
I really love Hipstamatic one of my favorite camera apps. some might say it's a toy and others just another brush and palette... make art!!!!!! it's fun
Blaufeld: I tought that the meaning of photography was taking a meaningful image that tries to convey a message or to elicit an emotional response... Here we have casual snapshots laden with a filter and uploaded to a network saturated with "white noise" in the meager hope that someone will click the "like" button and fill the hopeless need for attention...I'm not a snob, I simply can't stand all this "social" crap.
remember the Holga..... and probably the Polaroid land camera before that just another slot in history of making images/art.
And aside form the small fact that FACEBOOK OWNS your images. Just another reason I don't participate with facebook!!!!!!!!funny how their stock offerings are going south fast
Gotta start somewhere. Great idea and as all new ideas get adapted, let's see where this goes. May flop or may fly. May just open a door to some other technology that could revolutionize everything as we know it today. Who ever thought after loading and shooting 8x10 film holders that you can now hold up and ipad that looks very similar and grab an image on it.... just sayin
Stand Strong!!!!!!! The music industry is notorious for poor deals regarding images and their usage. When i was a Kid and went to shoot Santana and wanted to get paid from the management...His response was," there are 10's of thousands of people out there with cameras willing to give me photo's for passes to the next show. Why would I want to pay you?" Was an eye opener and decided to move specialties to still life and table top. What did I learn? Agency's pay and rock and roll not so much.
Next we should turn our efforts on FaceBook that blatantly say all images posted are theirs no if, ands, or buts.
love that it has a view finder
It is so useful if you want to share your new great 2x3 prints with friends... just use your i string and tie your print to an i rock and just throw it over to your friends that are awaiting to see this amazing product.... or if you have a real good arm throw it over to the internet....
I am really liking the fact that mobile devices and cameras are becoming one. to be able to take an image and send it to the cloud, friend, facebook, or where ever is a huge leap in our industry. Can't wait for the DSLR's to work it into the build. Not the hoopty setup offered today at an extra cost of $700. US (nikon) that gets you all the way to your computer a few feet away.
Would love nothing more than to have a camera sending images to the cloud so that an editor in on city can watch the progression on images being shot in another city.
be sure to leave a light on
I switched from Lowepro to Think Tank and they are really amazing. fits everything I have 2 pro bodies 5 lenses 2 flash heads 15''macbook pro and misc. charger,chords,batteries,cleaning kit,ect... roller international 2.0 fits the bag sizer at the gate and have taken it on commuter flights by swearing it fits under the seat. so far so good. But i have heard the horror stories and have a back up plan. Those guys are exceptional in customer service I personally like having my tripod on the side of the case, rather than it on the middle over the lid.. felt it could bang against laptop / equipment Well thought out and always innovating.
Like your images... names are fun too
this is an image of the ocean and waves lapping over a huge rock..then 3D'd in photoshop
Wye Photography: Good job it only cost £2. The tif files are only negligibly different from the native camera app. Saying that, having the histogram and ISO displayed is great. Camera back options good fun too as is the 'film' selection. It makes the 4S feel more like a camera. Is it worth £2, well yes, but not for any alleged image quality improvements because it just isn't there.
Have a look at www.500px.com/wyephone and see how good the 4S camera is.
real nice set of images