Apps

App: Dramatic Black and White

App: Dramatic Black and White

I like B+W shots and am constantly trying out new processes to get the tones and look I am after in an image. My go to app is usually Film Lab then some tweaking in Iris or Filterstorm but of late I’ve also been playing with Nik software’s Snapseed. I kind of like what snapseed […]


Slit-scan app

Slit-scan app

I saw a review of an app on one of my other favourite blogs a few days ago and thought I’d have a look at it. Unfortunately it wouldn’t open on my phone no matter how much I tried to get it to work. I emailed the developers who were great and sent me two […]


iCAST ver1.0, How to Edit using a single app

iCAST ver1.0, How to Edit using a single app

Welcome to the first of my iNOLOGIST iCASTS This iCAST explains why I took an image and then how I went about processing it in iphone in order to get my idea across to the viewer. It’s a simple one image, one app edit. In future iCasts I hope to show multi-app and image processing. […]


Combining images with layers

Combining images with layers

It’s been pretty nasty weather here and I’ve not been able to get out to take many pictures. I did however manage to walk to the local supermarket yesterday and on the way I saw some, near death, sunflowers hanging over a neighbours wooden fence. There was a flat white sky behind them and I […]


Camera + new App

Camera + new App

Camera+ is a replacement camera app for iPhone. It has some features I always wanted but for many it’s possibly a step too far. There have been repalcement camera apps for ages. I’ve tried a fair amount and always gone back to the default camera included with the iPhone operating system. In the past these […]


Post Processing an iPhone image

Post Processing an iPhone image

I limit myself to doing all processing of my iPhone images in camera. I love the fact I can take a photograph, try a couple of quick processes in phone, check what it looks like and if it’s not working, shoot again. On my trip to London from previous post I had parked near Covent […]


The Future

The Future

At the beginning of this week I speculated in a post on a photography forum that soon we would have phones with high res sensors, better lenses and flash, powerful processing and the ability to run the equivalent of photoshop on them, at which point compact camera’s would be consigned to the annals of history. […]