AllThingsD reports an Oct. 23rd reveal date for Apple's shrunken iPad.
mobileOct 12, 2012 at 03:54
Show us what "connect" means to you for a shot at our $5,000 grand prize.
mobileOct 11, 2012 at 17:37
The "Pilgramers" set out to discover the people behind the posts by getting personal with Instagram users.
mobileOct 10, 2012 at 19:29
Mobile photographer Anton Kawasaki looks for answers.
DxO Labs has officially announced 'DxOMark Mobile' - its assessment of mobile phone image quality we're using here on Connect as part of our comprehensive cell phone reviews, such as the Apple iPhone 5 Review we published today.
Since the launch of the original iPad, Apple's tablet has held great appeal for photographers as a way to show off their work on a sleek, portable device. Yet, with the release of the third generation iPad and its high-resolution, wide gamut Retina display, the iPad can play an important role in the production workflow of any photographer.
reviewOct 9, 2012 at 04:45
When you’re in the field, whether shooting on location or just meeting with your next client, gear that’s powerful and portable is a must. This is where tablets come in to make a photographer’s job easier. Our reviewer looks at five of the top of the line tablets.
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:49
Here’s an off-the-wall idea for you: Take your phone into the ocean. Allan Hoffman shows you how.
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:41
What do mobile photographers think about the new iPhone 5?
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:31
New York-based photographer Matt Coch shoots and shares his own brand of NYC street photography every single day. We caught up with him recently to take a look at his work.
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:19
Hipstamatic have a new app update out, and confirms major efforts still under way.
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:06
Photojournalist Dan Chung used his iPhone to capture images of the 2012 Olympics. We find out: was the iPhone's performance medal worthy?
mobileOct 9, 2012 at 02:02
Getting this spooky shot involved more than just turning up and tripping the shutter. In this article, mobile photographer Mike Hill explains how he created this image with his iPhone 4S, taking us through his editing process in 9 steps. It took Mike seven apps and a lot of time to achieve this spooky, glowing look. Are you ready?
reviewOct 9, 2012 at 01:28
If you’re looking for a versatile iPhone 4/4S lens system that’s convenient to carry and use, you won’t find a better-designed device than the Olloclip.
Apple might not have set out to make some of the most popular cameras on the planet with its iPhone line of smartphones, but that's exactly what has happened. The iPhone 5, brings a larger screen, faster processor and redesigned camera compared to its predecessor. Let's find out how it stacks up.
A gallery of images shot with the three-lens Olloclip iPhone accessory gives a taste of what's to come what organisers are saying is the world's largest 'mobile arts' festival. The L.A. Mobile Arts Festival begins this Saturday at the Santa Monica Art Studios in Los Angeles, California. The nine-day event will encompass not just camera phone photography, but also video, sculptural and performance art related to mobile devices. The event will showcase upwards of 600 individual works created by more than 240 artists from over 30 countries around the world, with further work showcased online during the event.
mobileAug 1, 2012 at 21:52
Following our recent review of the Nokia 808 PureView, Damian Dinning - Lead program manager of Imaging Experience at Nokia, wrote to us responding to some of the issues raised.
When the Nokia 808 PureView was announced earlier this year its 41MP camera sensor and innovative PureView pixel oversampling made headlines all over the world. On paper, the 808 offers the most advanced camera features of any previous smartphone. Read our review to find out how it performs.
mobileJun 21, 2012 at 23:51
Dpreview.com is seeking keen writers immersed in the mobile technology and photography world. As an external contributor to the world's leading digital photography website, you'll produce top-quality, well-researched, and innovative articles about smart phones, tablets, photography apps and photo sharing communities.
We've made our product database available on the mobile version of the site. The addition of the products section (searchable by product name, browsable by brand and product type), is another step towards making the entire site available on-the-go. Our database currently includes cameras, lenses and printers and is probably the most comprehensive on the web. As before, there are small links at the bottom of every page to swap between the mobile and desktop versions.
Reports that electronics giant Samsung is considering a camera based around Google's Android operating system should come as no real surprise. Not only does it seem like the obvious way of responding to the industry's need to compete with smartphones, it's also a solution readily available to them.
We've just added a mobile version of dpreview, to make it easier to get to our content from your cellular, mobile or generally portable devices. In this first iteration we've made it easy browse reviews, news stories, articles and previews. Forums and commenting support will come in later versions. However, although we think m.dpreview will make it easier to enjoy the site, we've placed small links at the bottom of every page to swap between the mobile and desktop versions.
mobileFeb 14, 2012 at 22:57
Mobile imaging company Scalado has created a multi-shot technology that identifies differences to allow unwanted objects to be removed. The 'Remove' technology, currently being shown-off in the form of an Android app, is the first object removal software on a mobile device, it says. The technology allows passers-by to be selected or automatically removed, or cars to be simply edited out of the scene you're trying to capture, without the need for Photoshop.
Due to the proliferation of apps aimed at the casual mobile photographer, it's easy to overlook some of the myriad more serious options. In this article we take a look at some of the best 'photographic tool' apps for both Apple iOS and Android.
Smartphones are getting more and more popular, and as a consequence more and more people are turning to their phones to take and share photographs. Joanne Carter of TheAppWhisperer.com takes a look at what this means for the 'conventional' photography market.
The iPhone is the most popular camera on photo-sharing site Flickr, and Apple's App Store for iOS has transformed cellphone photography. Dpreview reviews editor Barnaby Britton takes a walk down memory lane and explains how the iPhone has transformed his photography.
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