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I have been searching for some tips on food photography using an Iphone. I downloaded an app camera+ to help editing pictures of pies I made using MPO.
The biggest challenges you have is light. The iphone lens is TINY and the flash is minimal. Outside during the day where there is tons of light is one thing. Inside your house is another entirely. There is no substitute for real lenses nor is there a software fix. There is only so much you can do with an iphone. For under $100, if not under $50, you can get a really nice used point and shoot that will give you much beter pictures.
That's the impression I got.....Any tips for Android?
Here's a photo gallery from NPR using the H app:http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/25/the_war_in_hipstamatic#14
Maybe an iPhone 5 is in my future?
I do agree, Craig, but for those of us who need to use what we have, however temporarily, finding a cheap & decent way to finesse passable results is a good thing. Take a look at the directions for the app, see what you think. http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Hipstamatic
They announce the release date today supposedly.
I will definitely NOT order today. I'm not "that guy" - the kind that camps outside the Apple store in my hoodie, skinny jeans and ironic attitude. I save those for Halloween to scare the kids.
I'm not "that guy" - the kind that camps outside the Apple store in my hoodie, skinny jeans and ironic attitude.