Tonkis are an innovative new way to print and frame your digital images from your iPhone. The photo is directly printed on one sheet of die-cut recycled cardboard. With a few quick and easy steps, the flat sheet takes the shape of a frame with your photo right in the center.
TNW Apps just named their Best Photography Apps for iPhone, and ProCamera is at the top of their list: Procamera is a nice alternative to Camera+. It’s a bit pricier but I like the immediacy of its interface a bit more than Camera+, which makes you wade through some attractive but unnecessary screens to get…
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Chalk this one up to “lesson learned” and pay attention to your ProCamera iPhotos! They might just be telling you something, yep!
I recently moved to the Tahoe Keys in South Lake Tahoe, CA, and yesterday I happened to look out my window at a particularly colorful late afternoon sky. Having now upgraded to ProCamera 3.3, I thought I’d head out on my decks and capture a few iPhone 3GS shots. With Anti-Shake and Full Res Zoom on, I began to snap away at the cloud-filled horizon. By the time I finished my ProCamera edits (ProLab, ProCut & Pro FX), darkness had set in. There was a chill in the air and a steady breeze was begining to whip across the Lake. But I never bothered to check the weather report … my first mistake. My newly taken iPhotos would have told any amateur meteorologist “there’s a storm comin’ in” ~ last line from Terminator #1.