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Microsoft Photosynth app makes taking panoramas fun and easy

04/18/2011, Wow, Windows Phone users sure are going to be so jealous they find out about what iOS gets from Microsoft and they don’t. Microsoft has just announced Photosynth – a revolutionary photography app that allows users to very easily shoot panoramic...

iPhone 4 set to rule Flickr in the next few months

04/17/2011, Here’s some telling data, analyzed and broken down by TechCrunch. The most popular camera on Flickr – the Nikon D90 (a wonderful camera with equally stunning HD video recording) is about to be overthrown by the iPhone 4 in the next few months....

Hitch concept camera makes weddings more fun

04/13/2011, An industrial design student, Martin Spurway recently came up with an idea for some cameras to make things more fun at weddings. Normally guests are given disposable cameras to take photographs of the whole event from their own angles. However, disposable...

OWLE Bubo turns your iPhone into a decent handheld camera

04/13/2011, The iPhone already has a pretty good camera to start with, but sometimes it just isn’t enough. The phone’s unwieldy shape makes it a bit hard to keep a steady focus on your subject, and the fact that the buttons to control the device are...

Postagram – send real postcards with your iPhone

04/12/2011, The folks over at Sincerely have come up with a new app for the iPhone based on the Instagram API. In case you don’t know what Instagram is, it’s a photo-sharing service that allows users to easily upload their photos from their iPhones online...

Fotopedia Paris: a Visual Virtual Tour of Paris for iPhone

04/06/2011, Fotopedia Paris Tour selection Fotopedia, the collaborative photographic encyclopedia, launched Fotopedia Paris, an app that lets users visually discover Paris on their iPhone or iPad. Using a large collection of 4,000 stunning photographs taken by...

Kinect used to help create beautiful photographs

03/30/2011, The Kinect has proven to be limitless in terms of potential, ever since its inception, new projects that make use of this motion sensor controller have been popping up every week. Now a new use has been discovered with the device – a light source for...

Kromath brings chroma keying to your iPhone

02/25/2011, VFX Warrior has just released an app for the iPhone called Kromath 3 – a Realtime 3D Chroma Keyer. In case you don’t know what a chroma keying is, it is basically a technique used to composite two different images together by completely removing a...

Eye-Fi Mobile Apps and Direct Mode

01/04/2011, [CES 2011] To accelerate photo sharing, Eye-Fi Direct mode, and new Mobile Apps. The idea behind Direct Mode is that your camera can transmit photos directly to your mobile device (Smartphone or Tablet… when supported). The photos will then appear...

Sony patent hints at NEX-sized camera with translucent mirror

12/27/2010, A recent patent filing suggests that Sony might be looking to bring the translucent mirror technology from its Alpha A33 and A55 to a more compact camera body. The patent shows a smaller camera with the technology that allows for faster focusing in a...

Nikon patents lens that can zoom manually or electronically

12/26/2010, The folks at Nikon have filed for a patent over in Japan for a new lens that is able to zoom manually or electronically, depending on the needs of the user. The benefit of such a system would be for folks who use movie mode and want a smoother and more...

DIY DSLR Follow Focus With K’nex

10/25/2010, DSLR cameras out there are becoming more popular when it comes to video recording, but one of the common complaints for videographers making the shift to DSLR video capture is that it’s hard to control the manual focus as the focus ring on most DSLR...

Adobe’s Plenoptic Lens Tech Says Goodbye to Blurry Pictures

09/23/2010, Adobe’s showing off a cool concept using plenoptic lens technology that allows you to manage and re-focus a picture after the image has been captured using post-production tools such as Photoshop. Want the background to be in focus rather than the...

Digital Summer – Aug 25, Temple, SF

08/13/2010, On August 25th, Ubergizmo will host Digital Summer, an event that brings together the most international, professional, and glamorous crowd in San Francisco to celebrate photography, fashion, art, and technology. Among the unique features of this...