Is an iOS app misbehaving? Try this:

Sometimes an app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch just doesn’t seem to work right. It may be a new app that you’ve just installed, or it might be an old favorite that has suddenly started acting oddly. For example: perhaps the app just seems to shut down randomly. It’s tempting to dismiss all […]

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Combining 645 PRO’s Night Mode with iPhone 5’s low light support

The latest release of 645 PRO for iPhone adds a new feature specific to the recently-launched iPhone 5. It opens up access to iPhone 5’s low light support, which allows you to ramp up the “sensitivity” of the camera sensor by a factor of four. With low light support, iPhone 5’s camera is able to […]

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Troubleshooting iOS 6 app updates

When you update an iOS app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch you should experience a remarkably seamless move from the old version to the new. You go to the App Store app, tap the UPDATE (or the UPDATE ALL) button and, generally speaking, everything Just Works™. You don’t get asked to re-start your […]

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645 PRO’s image development options—UPDATED

A striking feature of 645 PRO for iPhone is the wide range of image output—or “development”—options it provides. These give mobile photographers a great deal of control over their image quality, but they may seem a little daunting or confusing at first glance. So let’s take a thorough look at them and see how they are managed. […]

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Photos, Privacy and iOS 6—making it all work again

With iOS 6, Apple has introduced a new privacy setting—you need to give explicit permission to apps that want to access your Camera Roll. This is a substantial—and practically unannounced—change. In the past, any app could write to your Camera Roll while any app that wanted to read from it needed to have Location Services […]

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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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