Now that is impressive. Everyone has been talking about the iPhone 7 Plus portrait mode, but the Pixel houses a more than adequate camera as well.
Gary Yost, a very good pro photographer, has published a series of shots taken using the iPhone 7 Plus portrait mode. As you can see, great things are possible if you know what you are doing.
These photos are amazing, they really are. Makes me feel awfully inadequate when it comes to photography skills.
Victor Habchy has posted a series of photos taken inside the abandoned Nara Dreamland park in Japan. It’s always sad to see places that were once the home of such fun, but the photography is stellar.
Kodak is attempting to woo photography enthusiasts with its latest smartphone that draws inspiration from its 1940s Ektra camera and packs a powerful shooter… More at TNW. Niche and likely nothing more?
It doesn’t matter if you hate American football or if you prefer Android. The photos displayed here are quite remarkable for a phone and explain why some organisations feel that there journalists can take the place of the photo guys.
With only one-touch, FabFocus is a simple and powerful tool for instantly turning your portraits into professional-looking photos. For novices without any previous experience or advanced photographers, FabFocus uses facial recognition to bring DSLR-like depth of field and bokeh effects… Read More ›
This is quite brilliant. Felix Hernandez shows in the video below how he made the photo above. Another example of his work is here where he creates Audi A8 photos using a model.
Worth remembering this image the next time you think your phone is too big. via Old School Ads.