Get the most out of your Hasselblad with Phocus 2.6.6 for Mac OS and it’s mobile version 2.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Today seems to be a very busy day for announcements. In the mix of all the big camera announcements comes this new iPad magazine from Scott Kelby called ‘Light It’. Check out the video and find it in the iTunes store here.
Last year, Greg and I acquired the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The past month has seen me getting an iPad and Greg very recently the iPad 2. You can see our review of both the and the on our sister site, . In addition to this, I shared my review on the Galaxy Tab as a tool or toy for photographers over at This Week In Photo.
Those of you who listen to me on the podcast This Week In Photo are likely already aware that I have been a big advocate of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, you are also likely aware that I very recently got an iPad as well. I have found that both devices are flawed and my opinion has changed little from that expressed in my review for This Week in Photo here so I wont be going in to that. This post is going to focus on what is in my view, the best iPad app around, Photogene.
South African Designer Ryan Frank has pulled out cork as a way to protect the precious surfaces of our expensive techno gadgets. Pads, pods, laptops, cells and readers will all be safe from scratches and eco-stylish. View the sleeves here.