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National Geographic offer photo app tips

Discussion in 'World Mobile Photography News' started by richardcb, 4 February 2012.

  1. richardcb

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    In yet further proof that iphoneography is being accepted by the 'establishment' National Geographic have a feature in their site called A Photographer's Guide to iPhone Photo Apps. As should be expected from such an august journal there are some superb examples of images taken with various apps. Well worth a look.
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    Great article, and too cool that it came from National Geographic! It talks about a bunch of MobiFaves: Bryan's 6x6, my Hipsta combo-Libatique+Ina's 1969, PicGrunger, as well as some apps I don't have ((GASP! Runs to AppStore)) like SynthCam and SuperPopCam. Thanks Richard!
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    The age of iphoneography ! Grew up reading this mag , massive source of inspiration ! Thanks Richard ! Some of mobi's macros are so worth a spot in there ! :D
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    Nice find Rich and interesting read too... ;)

    There are other iPhone related articles linked to on the page that are worth a look and some other basic photography stuff that I am sure MobiMembers will find extremely useful... :D

    From MiPad2 using the awesome & FREE MobiTog App... :D
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    Me too!! Wish I'd kept some from the 60s/70s.

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    And SynthCam is FOC - FREE - A NCO (No Cost Option) that certainly looks to be one you may need to practice with a little to get best results... :D
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    Yay, good news for all! I'd long thought of submitting iPhoneography images to National Geographic, until I read their t&cs that they only accept images that have not been Photoshopped or altered in any way. Looks like they've decided to evolve and adapt at last, in keeping with the times. Let the floodgates be opened!

    Thanks for sharing, Richard! :thumbs:
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    Looks like their Editorial team have yet to catch up, though :sleep:...the t&cs are still showing the same blurb as the last time I looked. Maybe Cotton Coulson's article on the Apps will be able to break through the glass ceiling?

    http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/your-shot/manipulation

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