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The company behind the very popular photography app Hipstamatic has released a new free monthly iPad magazine called Snap. It bills itself as a culture magazine, but it’s of course heavy on photography, most of it highlighting what app filters were used. It’s not bad in terms of content — focusing on photos and the [...]
The fourth issue of iPad-only Once — the magazine of “long-form photo stories” — is out now. It’s available as a $3 in-app purchase from the magazine’s app. Below, a video trailer that was produced lat year to promote the magazine.
So what’s the deal? The Guardian produced one of the first great apps for the iPad in the form of the terrific The Guardian Eyewitness app, that showed just how beautiful photography can look on the screen of the device. Following the release of an iPhone app for the regular newspaper content earlier this year, [...]
This article was posted on November 17, 2011 under the category Reviews, and covers the following topics: Andy Brockie, App, Berg, iPad, Mark Porter, New York Times, Newspaper, NYTimes for iPad, Photography, Steve Wing, The Guardian, The Guardian Eyewitness
It will only hit newsstands in a couple of weeks, but here’s a sneak peek at the cover for the upcoming second issue of Treats! Magazine. Here’s what you can expect from the issue: Treats! Magazine is a limited edition fine art publication, printed quarterly. Treats! features luxurious and exclusive content from the best photographers, [...]
The video above is for the latest issue (03 of P+M, a Japanese PDF photography magazine that includes a music compilation this time around. What’s confusing me is that tracks appear to change up as you flip through the pages, even while reading on your iPad. I’m not sure if this was just included for [...]
If you’re a fan of The Guardian Eyewitness app or event the “Photo” section of the NYT app, then you’ll probably find a lot to like from the new LIFE app for iPad. Available as a free download, it’s basically an interface to LIFE magazine’s amazing photo archives. There are a few different ways to [...]