HDR. It used to be a photographic technique reserved for those fluent in Photoshop. Now, it's a go-to filter in every point-and-shoot and app. For this week's Shooting Challenge, we'll celebrate this democratization of the art form and all shoot in high dynamic range. »
AMP is a single lens video camera that can capture real time HDR. HDR video, as you know, exposes the living breathing smelling unreality hidden in life. Or something like that. Just watch how AMP's HDR works. »
There's a lot to like about the new Pentax Q digital camera. It has a slick retro look, five interchangeable lenses and many features of a dSLR packed into a body that's the size of a point and shoot. »
HDR photos can make mundane still pictures look bold and exciting. HDR videos can transform the world around you into a psychedelic, acid-laced trip. Flare for iPhone record videos in HDR. Bring on the acid. »
What is it?
Flare, $1, iPhone. It's a video recorder app that records in High Dynamic Range.…
The most surprising nugget Apple's including in iOS 4.1 is the ability to take HDR photos. You've seen plenty of these before—photographs with vibrant, unreal colors—but what are they exactly? »And our shooting challenge that features some of your own awesome HDR photos.
This week, we revisit some classics from your (and your grandfather's) childhood, iPhone browsing gets upgraded, and I play what it probably the best 3D multi-animal hunting game available for the iPhone. »