Photosmith of a few things that can’t be done

Photosmith explain how they are accomplishing a few things that people have said that they couldn’t do.

Read their blog here.

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A schedule for Photosmith

Interested in Photosmith for iPad? Here’s their release schedule including details of beta releases and when they expect to finally submit to Apple. Clip to Evernote

Photosmith on zooming

Another update from the Photosmith on what they’re up to in development terms. This time, zooming! Clip to Evernote

Photosmith on app design

Interesting post form Photosmith on the design of their app. Clip to Evernote

Photosmith release plugin for Lightbridge

Ahead of the launch of their iPad app they’ve released the plug in for Lightbridge. You can get it here.

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Photosmith Mobile Workflow

Interesting post about photosmith sync to Adobe Lightroom. Clip to Evernote

Photosmith is coming

A new photo app coming to the iPad. Lots of info at the developer’s blog. Thanks to iPad Creative

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iPhone Film Festival

If you’ve made a film on your iPhone then this looks like a really good resource for getting it a little more attention.

I didn’t know anything about this site until I saw it mentioned on twitter because of the 8mm Vintage Camera app. Clip to Evernote

Mashable’s 10 sites for iPhone photography

A useful post from Mashable on ten sites for iPhone photography. Clip to Evernote


A free app for a Friday. Not music, but photography related. This is an app from the Tate which has an exhibition on by the same name at the moment. Here’s the details:

The Muybridgizer allows iPhone photographers to take pictures inspired by the iconic works of early photographer Eadweard Muybridge. The release of the app celebrates the opening of a major exhibition of Muybridge’s work at Tate Britain (8 September 2010 – 16 January 2011).

The Muybridgizer freeze-frames the moving world, just as Muybridge did with subjects ranging from running horses to leapfrogging boys. In homage to the analogue Victorian beauty of the originals, users can Muybridge-ize their frames with grids and sepia tones, transforming their moving images into striking vintage-style pictures.

The application is offered free for a limited period.

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