It’s starting to feel a lot like spring, which means its the perfect time to stay inside and mess around with some apps. We’ve got smartphone software for finding that next favorite app, mixing that perfect drink, or finding that perfect trip. Let’s get to downloading.
Los más veteranos recordarán aquellas cámaras hechas de cartón que solo tenían un carrete y que se desechaban al revelar. Photojojo ha lanzado una aplicación que imita justamente el funcionamiento de esas viejas cámaras. No se pueden ver las fotos ni repetirlas, solo imprimirlas.
If you're willing to spend $45 buying someone's unseen photos snapped on a disposable camera, then maybe you should stop being such a cheapskate and just buy a flight to Athens anyway. Unless you're buying them purely for voyeuristic purposes only—in which case, buy away!
In just about a decade, much of the world has forgotten that film cameras ever even existed. For this week's Shooting Challenge, not only did participants shoot on film—they used crumby, often expired disposable cameras to do it.
As great as the iPhone 4 camera is, it's not exactly ideal for macro situations. Luckily, you can build your own iPhone macro lens—with wire, glue and a disposable camera—so that it can be.
Who says that camera is disposable? If you're looking for a digital camera to document those Fourth of July festivities but don't have the bucks for, say, a digital SLR, spend $10 on a disposable camera and then use the instructions from Elephant Staircase to modify it into one that you can use over and over.