2013: what’s in store?

Jag.gr’s founder Mike Hardaker was asked by TheAppWhisperer for his New Year’s Resolutions for 2013. This is what he had to say: It’s tough making predictions, they say, especially about the future. Nevertheless, many of us choose this time of the year to do just that. “I’ll lose some weight,” is a popular one or, […]

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6×6 and 6×7 for iPhone—major update available

We’re delighted to announce substantial updates to our apps 6×6 for iPhone and 6×7 for iPhone. The new versions are (obviously) optimized for iPhone 5 and the new iPhone operating system, iOS 6, but that’s not all… These apps now feature the following huge additions: ➢ A completely re-written imaging engine that combines higher-quality photographs with […]

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iOS 6 and e-mailed photos: it’s complicated

The recent release of iOS 6 introduced a lot of new features, many of which are somewhat hidden away. Some of the changes, however, can come as something of a surprise. And if you like to share your photographs by e-mail there’s one change in particular that you need to note. If you use the […]

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Jag.gr speaks: interview with MacVoicesTV

MacVoicesTV is a great way to find out about things that are happening in the Apple-related word, and Jag.gr’s founder Mike Hardaker recently spoke with MacVoicesTV’s Chuck Joiner. The results are here: To see the interview on MacVoicesTV’s own website, click here. For audio only, click here.  

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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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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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6×6 International iPhone Art Book

The keen photographers in the 6×6 International Facebook Group (dedicated to images taken with Jaggr’s 6×6 for iPhone app) have, under the aegis of group leader Phil Bishop, launched a Blurb Book of selected images they’ve taken. And there are some seriously good photographs there! Blurb Books are available as downloads that are compatible with […]

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Jag.gr speaks: The Tiny Shutter Podcast

If you’re interested in iPhoneography and you don’t follow The Tiny Shutter Podcast, you’re missing a treat. Of course, we’re particularly interested this week, because the podcast features a lengthy interview with Mike Hardaker, Jag.gr’s founder. As it says on the website: “Mike talks with us about his history in photography, the challenges of making […]

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645 PRO Image Quality—How Good?

Our new app, 645 PRO, delivers different output options compares to most iPhone camera apps, including “developed RAW”—dRAW—TIFFs. But what difference—if any—does this make to the images you end up processing? Chris Poole, a professional photographer from Tennessee, decided to find out, and published his conclusions on the discussion board of the hugely-popular iPhoneography blog. […]

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