March 04, 2009

Crashing surf, iPhone photo tools, & more

  • Clark Little is a man willing to suffer for his craft, taking a tremendous pounding from the surf in order to capture some spectacular images. [Via Winston Hendrickson]
  • iPhone photo tools:
    • QuadCamera, according to Macworld, “allows you to take four quick shots in succession with the iPhone camera, producing a single image divided into four quadrants.” [Via]
    • Our friend John Warner has released Focalware, a tool that calculates sun and moon position for a given location and date. “An example of Focalware’s practical use: a photographer is assigned to shoot in New York City on March 15, 2009 and the subject building faces 195 degrees but the photographer prefers raking light at an angle of 130 degrees. Focalware instantly computes a time of 10:28 a.m. with a sun elevation of 35 degrees as the time for the desired conditions.”
  • Is Congress really thinking of mandating that cellphone cameras emit a sound? Yes, really, it appears.
  • Ab Alto:
Posted by John Nack at 11:42 PM on March 04, 2009

Comments

  • Alan Valek — 9:04 AM on March 05, 2009

    Love Quad Camera—it makes just about any photo rad, it’s like those old lomo / toy cameras from back in the day. Love that it’s on my iPhone. Photogene is AWESOME too, it’s like a lite Photoshop right on your iPhone :)

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