What I See Now

iPhone 5S review from Patagonia

This iPhone 5S beats out the 5 in every camera test and in many ways I prefer it to my DSLR. Sure it has its pros & cons… but for the first time ever, I didn’t bring my Canon 1DX and I didn’t regret it one bit. That’s saying a lot. The quiet beauty behind the iPhone 5S is what I find most powerful. The upgrades they made here aren’t ones that sell phones… instead, they focused on making the pictures better, even if it’s silent innovations in features no one even knows about… it’s not max megapixels or other flashy specs. The results are amazing and at the end of the day, people are going to really like the pictures coming from their iPhone 5S… and that’s really all that matters!

Read the review.


IDEO introduces Spark video app

Simple app for creating videos, adding filters, etc. Read more about it at Wired.


How To: Shoot Food for a Cookbook

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How-To: Shoot Food for a Cookbook

Photos and Words by Allan Ezial

We joIned food-lover and photographer Allan EzIal In his journey of shootIng dishes with HipstamatIc for an upcomIng cookbook release. He’s captured these dishes in ways that make us drool. Maybe you want to document your own…


Glyn Evans of the iPhoneography blog: A New Beginning

Glyn made a real difference in shaping iPhoneography. Check out his new website.


Apple legend Bill Atkinson's new mission: Save the postcard


Capturing the Aura of the Scottish Highlands With the iPhone 5s


Indiegogo: Old school darkroom for smartphones

Wow, I’d love to have this.


Apple, Burberry show off iPhone 5S photo, video technology


With no hyperbole, I think Apple is gunning to obviate the point-and-shoot camera industry. They’re on the short end of the stick when it comes to optics — the iPhone camera is small, and size (lens, length, sensor) matters in photography. But they’re working wonders on that end, and when it comes to software, I don’t see how traditional camera companies like Canon, Nikon, and Fuji can compete.