NEWS – Back in 2007, I was rocking a Palm Treo smartphone, and when the iPhone first came on the scene, I couldn’t imagine using a phone without a built-in keyboard. I found it a little difficult to get used to not having real keys to press, but once I did, I was happy with […]
NEWS – Either you have a PopSockets phone grip on the back of your own phone or you know someone (multiple someones) who do. PopSockets are a very popular phone accessory, but these new PopSockets are over the top when it comes to design. The new PopSockets Dimensionals line of phone grips are made of
REVIEW – I have been a professional photographer as a side gig for over 15 years. All my paid photography has been for high school marching bands and drum corps. I usually have my 300mm 2.8 lens with my 1.4 extender mounted to a professional DSLR. I am on the sidelines taking action shots of
REVIEW – I use my iPhone 13 Pro Max as my primary camera. That means I enjoy checking out a variety of accessories that can improve the images that I can capture from my phone or just make them a heck of a lot more fun and interesting. Today I want to show you the
NEWS – SandMarc, makers of lenses and lighting for (mostly) iPhones has just announced a new product to further enhance your iPhone video work: the Motion Dolly for iPhone. It’s a machined, articulating, trackless, 4-wheeled dolly with a ball-head camera mount attached. The nylon wheels offer smooth traction. The locking, marked angling for the hinge
REVIEW – Is your iPhone or iPad running out of storage space or do you want an easy way to transfer files and back and forth from your iPhone/iPad to your laptop? The PNY DUO LINK is a flash drive with a built-in lightning connector and a USB-A connector so that it can plug into
REVIEW – The iPhone is known for having a great camera, but there’s always room for improvement and that’s where Sandmarc comes in with their specially designed smartphone lenses. Sandmarc sent me their anamorphic lens and specially designed iPhone 12 Pro Max cases. Let’s take a closer look. What is it? Sandmarc’s anamorphic lens can
NEWS – I love tech (duh!) but I also love using good old fashioned pen and paper just as much. That’s why the Paperback and Notepad from Ilovehandles caught my eye. What are they? They are two different ways to turn your iPhone (various versions) into a notepad. Paperback is a pad of yellow paper
REVIEW – Photography has entered another new age. With each move, from glass to tin to film to electronic sensors, changes arose in how images were captured. Now, we are in an era of Computational Photography, where large-scale computing within our tiny phones can put together data from those sensors and construct images of nature
REVIEW – Bitplay is at it again with a serious update to their SNAP! Case line for the new iPhone models. I reviewed their iPhone X kit back in 2018 and came away seriously impressed. So much so that it was the first case I seriously missed when I upgraded to the iPhone 11 Pro.
REVIEW – Love mobile gaming but hate the virtual controls? GameSir might have just the solution for you with their G6 iPhone Touchroller (an amalgam of Touchscreen and Controller). Does it score a victory royale or an epic fail? Read on! What is it? The GameSir G6 Touchroller is a hybrid game controller developed specifically
REVIEW – The cameras in smartphones are truly a technological marvel, rivaling most modern digital cameras and pushing the boundaries of what an average user can capture. But grabbing on to a slab of glass isn’t the easiest way to get a decent snap. Enter the Adonit PhotoGrip, a classic take on modern smartphone photography.
REVIEW – Do you still enjoy listening to FM radio? I listen to it every day on my drive to and from work. But have you ever wanted to listen to FM radio with your smartphone but not using a streaming service like iHeart Radio which uses your data? Then you will be interested in
REVIEW – Phones and even tablets often serve as the most-used, or even the only, camera that most people have these days. The cameras on most of these devices take great pictures, so they are a good, convenient method of documenting your daily life. The problem with relying on a mobile device as your camera is
REVIEW – As a photographer/videographer, I love capturing many types of footage including seaside videos of the waves crashing against the shore and even some underwater footage when I get the right opportunity. Watertight enclosures for my high-end DSLR cameras are expensive, and the risk of damage to a $5000 plus camera is always on