Android or iPhone, you ask? It’s up there with ‘Canon vs Nikon’ among the most hotly contested questions of our digital age. We all know that a DSLR is ideal, but we also know that the best camera is the one you have on you.
With this in mind, our Android vs iPhone comparison aims to find out which platform offers the most creativity and control for serious photographers.
What does the new iPhone 6’s camera offer photographers? There were a few key upgrades to the most popular smartphone camera on Earth. We explain what they are…
Our award-winning sister title, the weekly iPad magazine Photography Week, is now available on iPhone.
The new iPhone edition of Photography Week means more people than ever before will be able to enjoy the magazines innovative blend of video tips and tutorials, professional interviews and inspiring images.
ioShutter allows you to transform your iPhone or iPad device into a remote shutter release for your camera. But is it any good? Find out in our ioShutter review.
The much-anticipated iPhone 5 was finally revealed last night at Apple’s Cupertino, California, headquarters, and while the main headline is the 6th-generation smartphone’s slimmer figure (18% thinner and 20% lighter than iPhone 4S), there are some key improvements to the iPhone 5 camera – resolution and video capabilities being key among them – that should appeal to photographers everywhere.
The best camera is the one you have on you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of the snapper in your pocket. Apple’s iPhone is the most widely used “camera” on Flickr, while the number of photography apps has probably reached the thousands by now. But you don’t have to shell out hard earned cash (or iTunes credit) to pimp out your iPhone, as we take a look at the best free photography apps for iPhone right here.
The mobile photo network Instagram has passed the 25-million-user mark, making it the largest mobile-based social network, according to new claims.
Dirk Singer, who heads UK social media agency Rabbit and writes the blog Lies, Damned Lies & Statistics, claims that his analysis of Instagram’s two web viewers, Statigram and Ink361, show that the photo network has overtaken rival Foursquare, which boasts 22 million users.