Proper backup, storage, and archiving are the best protection against losing your images, writes David Saffir. In the final post of this three-part series, David discusses why some file formats are better than others for archiving images for the long term.
As the popularity of using iPhones and other mobile devices to shoot photos surges, there seems to be a growing loss of connection to the basics of photography—not only to the fundamental techniques, but also to photography’s rich heritage and contributions to our culture. Thankfully, new apps can help fill the photography-knowledge gap. Here's a quick overview of four photo-education apps for use with Apple’s iPhone, iPodtouch, and/or iPad
If you have avoided visiting sites that others have photographed millions of times, maybe it’s time to change your thinking, writes Marc Aguilera. In this post, he shares his favorite images from his first trip to Death Valley, California.
MagCloud is an HP company that makes it very easy to publish your own magazines, brochures, catalogs, portfolios, and flyers. In this article, Wayne Cosshall describes his own experiences using MagCloud to produce a printed version to go with his Digital Imagemaker international (DIMi) website for photographers, artists, and other contemporary image makers.
If you treat the camera in your iPhone as a toy, Wayne Cosshall reminds you that “out of play comes some great creativity.” He lists some compelling reasons to join other professional photographers in making the iPhone part of your real photographic process.