Feb 042012


The iPhone is great for capturing quick video and HDR as well as regular images when you don’t have your big camera handy. Schneider has developed a terrific kit to expand the usefulness of the iPhone 4 and 4s cameras. It is called the iPro Lens System. Schneider is a company that produces some of the best pro lenses anywhere and I have used their lenses for the last 15 years.

iPro Lens System

iPro Lens System for the iPhone 4 / 4S – Filmtools

Buy it Now!

Jan 182012

I made this HDR with the iPhone 4 and the Pro HDR app. I then tone-mapped the resulting image in HDR Expose 2.

When you visit Ashland be sure to book a room at this charming hotel.

The Peerless Hotel – Ashland Oregon

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Jun 222011

My friend Sam Rowlands from Ohanaware, creator of the popular HDRtist Pro software, has written another interesting article!

Click the link below or the image to read Sam’s article:

Ohanaware Weblog » Blog Archive » Using the iPhone to capture multiple exposures for HDR (iPhone AEB)

By the way you may want to download the Free Trial Version of HDRtist Pro from the Ohanaware site:

HDRtist Pro, easy HDR Mac App | Fun Photos, easy Photo Editing & Printing Mac software | HDRtist, FREE Mac HDR app – Ohanaware

If you should decide to purchase HDRtist Pro be sure to use the coupon code” “HDR360pro” to save 20%!

This is a subject that I am intrigued by and evidently I’m not alone:

The iPhone 4 has recently become the most popular “Camera” on Flickr!

iPhone 4 tops Flickr camera stats: A closer look | Deep Tech – CNET News

Here is one of my iPhone 4 HDR images from my recent trip to Yosemite:

May 312011

I have been very impressed with this iPhone app from Everimaging Ltd. The developer is updating it every week or so and it just keeps getting better.

iCamera HDR: All-in-One for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store

HDR Photo Pro » HDR360pro.com

HDR Darkroom » HDR360pro.com

Spring in Southern Oregon, HDR © 2011 Richard Sisk