645 PRO’s Photo Filters

Jag.gr’s iPhone photography app 645 PRO comes with a feature called Photo Filters. These emulate, in software, the effect you get from putting a glass filter in front of a camera’s lens. Photographers have been using glass (and gelatin-based) filters for years, as a way of modifying the quality of the light that hits the […]

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645 PRO and iPhoto

Among Mac users, Apple’s iPhoto for Mac is a very popular tool for storing and managing photographs: it’s easy to use, has a pretty decent set of features, and it comes bundled with every Mac. However, it does have some quirks, and one in particular can have quite an impact if you are shooting high-quality photographs […]

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We’re looking for beta testers

We’re working on a pretty substantial update to 645 PRO at the moment, and would like to expand out pool of beta testers (people who test the software before it’s released) for this and other apps. It involves downloading and installing new—and potentially unstable—builds of software and working them hard before providing feedback. That feedback […]

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6×6 International iPhone Art Book #2

Hot on the heels of the first 6×6 International iPhone Art Book, a second volume of iPhone photographs from the 6×6 International Facebook group has been launched: 6×6 International iPhone Art Book #2. This Blurb Book (available as an e-book or hardcopy) contains images produced only by female members of the group, which exists to […]

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Will we be looking through a 3RDi soon?

Plenty of iPhone-related projects crop up on Kickstarter, and some of the more interesting ones relate to iPhone photography. The latest one to catch our attention is the 3RDi Kit from Knight Vision Studio which bills itself as the “first high end camera kit for an iPhone 4/4S”. You can read all about it at the 3RDi […]

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Italianeography: 645 PRO Uncovered (in Italian)

Italian iPhoneography blog, Italianeography, has a fantastic, hugely comprehensive review of 645 PRO – in fact it’s an ongoing review, regularly updated to include details and specs of each new version. Have a look at the comparative shots showing the differences in between JPEG and TIFF. There’s also a sequence of shots demonstrating the output […]

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Jag.gr speaks: interview with iphoneographyCentral

To be honest, it’s never much of a challenge getting Jag.gr’s founder, Mike Hardaker, to share his thoughts about any subject. But he’s on particularly fine form in an interview just published on the iphoneographyCentral website. Asked about various aspects of Jag.gr and its camera apps, Mike’s keen to stress that they’re a means to […]

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