- Style of Northeastern New Territories – That’s What We Call Life Exhibition
- The Basics of Time Lapse Photography with Vincent Laforet from Canon
- 10 Important Lightroom Library Shortcuts and Tips
- Introducing the Phottix Mitros TTL Flash for Canon
- Better Color from LED Lights
- Video Tutorial – How To Shoot A Beverage Shot With Rob Grimm
- DC Home 12 周年站聚相片精華
- First Look at Annie Leibovitz’s New Disney Dream Project Featuring Taylor Swift
- Behind The Scene Video on Jameson Whiskey Product Shoot
- Behind The Scene Video On A Magazine Shoot
Those were the days
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If you are into using Instagram, you might want to check out this new app, AfterGlow (US$0.99). The app offers Instagram-like filters and there’s quite a lot to start of with. In shot, it features the following
- 12 Adjustment Tools to enhance your images to perfection with ease;
- 30 Filters, 20 of which are fully adjustable “Original Filters” and 10 “Guest Filters” created by various Instagram users. The developers promised that there will be more free Guest Filters in the coming updates;
- 20 Textures which includes a range of real and natural light leaks we created with 35mm film, to simplistic scratchy film textures;
- Cropping & Transforming Tools that allows you to crop your photos with their quick and easy cropping tool with 13 different presets; and
- 7 different Frames
If you want to find out more, Curate This Space ran an article on AfterGlow Tips and Tricks, link here. Initial response from users are pretty good, given the low introductory price, give it a try.
This 25-minute documentary by Andy Newman features two very different photographers, an Instagrammer, Cory Staudacher and a pro photographer, Andria Lindquist. Get into their worlds and see what photography trulymeans to them, an inspirational short and hope you enjoy.
Funny parody video of what Instagram might do with the $1 billion from Facebook. LOL
Source – The Verge
Instagram for Android is finally out and over 1 million copies been sold within the first 24 hours. Check out the videos embedded here for the latest news and comparison with the iOS version. So far, reviews are mixed, some says the Android version is not as good as the iOS, some vice versa, if you own both systems, you be the judge. Tell us your thoughts.
This exhibit is scheduled next week at V13 Vodka Bar on Old Bailey in Sheung Wan. Drop by if you have time to check it out.
According to Joe Sommerville, this short experimental film was made using Instagram. Every frame was put onto an iPhone and then put through the Instagram app, then every frame was put back into after effects for the final result. There was just over 350 photos put together to make this.
Source: Joe Sommerville
Everpix™ (free) lets you have all your photos in the cloud, automatically uploaded, organized and curated. View, rediscover, and share your best photos all in one place, effortlessly. Both the Mac uploader and the iPhone app are free.
All Your Photos, In The Cloud
You have thousands of photos spread out across various devices and web services: your computer, phone, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, etc.
Setting up Everpix once will automatically, and continuously, import all your photos to the cloud, where they can be accessed in one place: anytime, anywhere.
Curate Your Photos With One Click
Photos are about capturing memories, but organizing them and finding the best ones can be a real chore.
Everpix automatically organizes your photos by moments, and resolves any duplicates you may have in your collection. You don’t have to organize a thing.
Their exclusive Assisted-Curation feature is able to recognize photos that are out-of-focus, or improperly exposed, and hide them for you. The curate function can also examine series of photos of the same scene and pick the best one.
Super Simple Photo Sharing
Photo sharing is complicated: you have to configure complex share settings, understanding privacy settings, wait for photos to upload… the list goes on and on.
With Everpix, all your photos are private until you decide to share them, and once you do, it’s literally one click to get the job done. [now this is far better than iCloud]
Everpix is the best way to publish your photos to Facebook and Twitter, as well as send photos via email attachments. Select the photos you want to share, click publish, and you’re done. It’s that easy.
Source – Everpix
InstaFlow lets you explore Instagram photos in an intuitive, diverting and innovative way, using stacks of photos you can infinitely expand with a tap or shrink down with a pinch.
Just connect with your Instagram account and find your own photos, the ones from your friends, the ones you liked and the popular ones, grouped in its own stacks. Each stack can be open to reveal the whole set of photos you can browse either in a scrollable grid or by swiping photos in full screen. But you can do more with InstaFlow, with just a tap on a photo you open a new bunch of stacks related to that photo. These stacks will allow you to continue the exploration, without ending. Remember that you can go back at any moment with just a pinch.
In order to provide the best user experience, InstaFlow comes with:
- a home page, where you find the stacks of your most important photos
- a search by tag. By entering a keyword you generate stacks for all tags starting with this keyword
- the possibility to like a photo but also a stack, that you will find back in your home page
- a detailed and interactive information page for each photo. Read comments and tap any name or tag to open new stacks
- an optimized image loading for best fluidity
- zoom in and out in a photo (for small screens)
Check it out, the app is free, at least for now. The interface is real nice for most of the Insta Apps we’ve tried out so far.
The past year definitely is the year for Instagr.am. Shortly after it’s initial launch back in October 2010, Instagram has gained over 7 million users which have shared over 100 million pictures and the numbers are climbing steeply, some predicted to reach 10 million by Thanksgiving. Alongside Instagram, a bunch of third-party apps follow suit, either as add-ons or get-on-the-wagon type useless apps. The list is ever-growing. To know which is the best amongst these apps, we need a complete guide or roadmap just to make sure that we’re getting the right app.
The Next Web (TNW) ran a very good story today covering the major Instagram apps and breaking them down into different categories. To name a few, their story included apps like -
and the list goes on and on…. practically one can make an app and have “insta” or “stagram” as part of the name an it would work, LOL. For full read, go to the TNW link here. Hope your find the guide useful. Happy reading.
Source – TNW
For those Instagram fanatics, apps for downloading their Instagram pics are abundant, like Copygram and Instaport, but one has to manually download the pics. In comes Instadrop, an app which automatically push all your Instagram pics to your Dropbox and in real time. Best yet, it’s web-based and free. Check out Instadrop at their weblink here.