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Relonch Is The Marriage Of Lo-fi And Digital Imaging, Less The Intricacies

If the science behind photography stops you from picking up a proper camera and kneel in submission before a smartphone, then a new service called Relonch is here to help. First, it wants you take the bold step in using an actual camera without you actually owning one. How’s that going work, you ask? Well, the Palo Alto-based company will loan you camera and to ensure you won’t get dizzy and/or distracted by all the buttons on a typical shooter, the camera, which in this case is a Samsung NX, is all wrapped up in leather and leaving you with just two buttons for power and shutter. That’s it. You need to be bothered by how to set exposure, ISO or whatnot. Continue reading Relonch Is The Marriage Of Lo-fi And Digital Imaging, Less The Intricacies

Relonch Wants to Turn Your iPhone into One That’s Capable of Taking “Magazine-class” Photos

until now, taking stunning “magazine-class” photos and mobile photography remains in their respective worlds. one don’t crossed into another domain. why? they simply can’t. there’s no way a mobile device like a smartphone can capture professional images that you could with DSLRs, but that’s going to change with Relonch Camera. not only it’s going to let you capture “magazine-class” photos using your iPhone 5 or iPhone 6, it will take advantage of your phone’s power and wireless communication capability to instantly edit, touch-up and share. if it does what it has promised, Relonch certainly beats having a DSLR’s lengthy sharing process, which may includes sharing through your mobile phone with its built-in WiFi, if the DSLR is equipped with it, or save them on SD card and wait till you have your hands on a computer. Continue reading Relonch Wants to Turn Your iPhone into One That’s Capable of Taking “Magazine-class” Photos