Instagram and Me: 3 years later, a love affair continues

Three years and 150 million users later, Instagram, the photo sharing service that launched on October 6, 2010 is growing up — it needs to sell ads and make money. And as it grows up, I can say my love for it hasn’t diminished.

App for turning iPhone pics into cash adds 10% commission

iPhones with 5- and 8-megapixel cameras are turning a lot of people into better and more prolific photographers. The Swedish company behind Foap, which lets anyone sell iPhone pictures through their app, has changed its quality standards and is offering a better incentive for users.

A photographer’s view of the iPhone 5

The iPhone 5’s new camera lens isn’t a gigantic improvement. But where Apple does make more significant advances is the software. My tests shots show the iPhone 5 has faster photo capture, better low-light performance, and improved noise reduction.

How an advanced photographer uses the iPhone and iPad

If you had told me even a year ago that more than 60 percent of the photos I take would never touch my Mac, I’d have laughed. But it’s true. Here’s a walk through my heavily iOS (and Mac) powered digital photography workflow.

Why iPhonegraphy works: Convenience

The trends have been in place for a while — sales of standalone cameras are in decline thanks to the growing popularity of camera phones. No amount of whiz-bang technology can compete with convenience. It is also redefining photography, thanks to network connections and apps.