iPhone can do a lot of things, but one thing it can’t do is to take true 3D stereoscopic photos, well, that’s until now. Meet Stesco and Sesco app. Together they will turn two iPhones into one device that takes high-quality 3D stereoscopic photos and videos. Stesco is certainly not the first to bring 3D […]
The newest of the iPhones, the iPhone 6, maybe have stepped up its game in the imaging department, but if you are going make the most out of mobile photography, then the Moment Case for iPhone might just be right up your alley – more so, if you think touchscreen focusing takes too long a […]
any serious photographer will tell you that built-flash is never enough for night photography and the same applies to iPhone. while it is true that the built-in dual LED flash might be enough, but it tends to be a little too harsh, resulting in overexposed images which are not ideal.
today’s smartphones’ imaging quality is on par with most point-and-shoot cameras, but if you are looking to take your creativity to the next level, then add-on lens is a must and for that, you can look to the Moment Lenses for Smartphones.
owning the ‘lesser’ iPhone 5c does not mean you will be left out in the cold when it comes to imaging, well, at least not in olloclip’s books. the same folks who bought to you the awesome add-on optical lenses for iPhone 5 and 5s, is now offering olloclip 3-IN-1 Photo Lens for iPhone 5c for those
the product name, BRIC+ Productivity Case for iPhone 5 and 5s, doesn’t tell you a lot, but it is actually a 3-in-1 iPhone accessories. if you are all in for iPhonegraphy, you will be delighted to know that the BRIC+ case for iPhone 5 and 5s offers a magnetically attached 3.5x optical zoom lens for some serious boost
the quality of iPhone 5/5s camera is undisputed, but however advanced it is, macro photography is not in the order and that is a brutal fact. when we said ‘macro’ we mean really, really close up, like observing the stamps, rocks, coins and even your skins. your curiosity for incredible details of everyday objects can be fulfilled
the camera on iPhone 5 and now, the newer 5s is pretty capable. top that up with the slew of awesome third party photography apps and you have one serious iPhonegraphy device, but there are still some ‘missing links’ that the apps and the built-in camera can’t fill and that’s the real lens effect, a la DSLR lens changing capability
if you are super serious about iPhonegraphy, then you would probably have amass a slew of photography-related apps by now. however, you might want to take its hardware a notch up by acquiring the Schneider iPro Series 2 Lenses for iPhone 5. we are totally aware that add-on lenses for iPhone are getting a bit of
are you working hard towards being a pro-iphonegrapher? if so, London-based Lee Harris have something that you might need to make that happen (skills not included, of course). the product in question is the SnappGrip, a smartphone case (a pretty snazzy one, if we might add) and camera controller combo that…