So is the Workaround worth it? For some things, maybe… but it’s really just another image toy. So here’s the Original.And here’s the Snapseed edit.Compare that to a similar edit from Enlight. Pretty similar… Except for the Glow filter in Snapseed (which I quite like), and all the borders and artistic filters and whatnot in […]
So I noticed that Snapseed had a bug-fix update after work today, and eagerly installed it. Did 2.0.1 squash the bug? Before I get to that, I thought of something I forgot to check earlier… the newfangled Photos app I won’t be using… Sadly, it doesn’t see the edits either. (This was likely a silly […]
Like the title says, the new Snapseed has a problem. A big problem. As mentioned previously, Google updated their Snapseed app not long ago. It’s a big update to a good app, but it has a fatal flaw. As it’s readily available from the lock screen, I most often shoot with the iPhone’s built-in camera […]
I’ve been looking through my archives lately, and I came across the pictures I shot with Hipstamatic’s D series app. I didn’t recognize them at first, but one benefit of keeping a blog going this long is the ability to go back in time. I wondered how the D series would fare on the iPhone […]
My second digital camera—if you don’t count the one in that Nokia phone, if it even had a camera, and I don’t think it did… I don’t even recall what phone that was, so I don’t—was the Sony CyberShot DSC-T9. I bought it in 2006 and carried it around fairly religiously until the iPhone 4. […]
This is, admittedly, sort of a random, grab-bag of leftovers. Let’s look at them in order of sensor size. Once again, digital wins in terms of contrast, color and saturation; film wins in terms of soul. And, again, they’re all pictures, and all have some sort of purpose. It’s probably more preference than anything. I […]
Bokeh really is all about the size of the recording medium. Again, it’s contrast, saturation, sharpness vs raw physicality. But this time, the difference between the 1.5 crop and the ‘full frame’ is obvious… InshaAllah one day I’ll get my hands on a medium format or 4×5 (or 8×10…) and see what real bokeh looks like.