Posts Tagged ‘apple’

This Apple iPad Commercial Was Shot with the iPad

Apple aired a new iPad commercial during the Oscars ceremony last night. The ad touts the iPad as a tool that anyone can use for creating films. What viewers may not have known while watching the spot, however, was that the commercial itself was filmed entirely on an iPad.
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Apple Patent Shows Periscope-style Camera Module with Mirror Stabilization

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A recent patent filing by Apple suggests that the company is working on a new periscope-style camera module design that offers better optical stabilization with the use of mirrors.
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Here’s a Look Into the ‘Photos for Mac’ App That Will Replace iPhoto and Aperture

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Apple announced last year that it was pulling the plug on its two main photo editing and management programs: iPhoto, which is aimed at consumers, and Aperture, which is geared toward pros. Both products would be replaced with a single app called “Photos for Mac.”

Here’s a look at what we can expect when the app arrives later this year.
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Apple Granted Patent for Action Camera, Causing GoPro’s Stock to Tank

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Apple is getting into the smart watch business, but there’s another market that may be in the company’s crosshairs: action cameras. Apple was granted a patent for a wearable camera today, and the news caused GoPro’s stock to tumble by around 12%.
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PSA: Some iPhone 6 Plus Users are Getting Very Blurry Photos and Video Even When Standing Still

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The iPhone has been touted as the world’s most popular camera, but that world’s most popular camera may be having some hardware issues. Several iPhone 6 Plus users are complaining through an Apple Discussion forum that their iPhone’s camera is producing extremely shaky photos and videos… even when they stand completely still. Read more…

Getty’s New OS X App Lets You Browse, Share and Even Set Their Images as Your Desktop Background

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Almost two months ago Getty unveiled Stream, an iOS app designed to let you browse through and legally share its impressive image archive. Today, they bring that experience to the desktop with Getty Images Stream for OS X.

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Ready for iPad Photography? Apple’s New iPad Air 2 Features a Significantly Improved Camera

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Today Apple unveiled the iPad Air 2: a super-thin followup to its super-thin predecessor that packs quite a punch. But, beyond the new A8X chip, faster WiFi/Cellular and TouchID sensor, the most interesting upgrade was actually the camera, which had remained largely unchanged for a solid two years.

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Apple Unleashes a 5K Retina iMac that Features the World’s Highest Resolution Display

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Apple today announced its latest version of the iMac all-in-one desktop computer — one that some serious specs for photographers. It features what the company is calling “the world’s highest resolution display”. It’s a Retina 5K display measuring 5120×2880 pixels. That’s 14.7 million pixels packed into a 27-inch screen.
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Apple iOS 8.1 to Bring Back Camera Roll and Add iCloud Photo Library, Debuts Monday

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In case you didn’t know, there’s an Apple event going on right now, and although hardware (new iPads and such) is the focus, it began with some iOS 8.1 news that’s relevant to iPhone photographers. Read more…

Adobe Just Released a Simple and Free Aperture to Lightroom Migration Plugin

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If you’ve been looking to migrate your Aperture library over to Lightroom ever since the official announcement of Aperture’s demise, you’ve had to be content with manually doing it or using one of the unofficial tools that had already been released. But that is no longer the case.

Earlier today, Adobe officially released its own tool: a free Lightroom plugin that will allow you to import your entire Aperture (or iPhoto) library, metadata and all, quickly and easily. Read more…