Summer is storm-chasing time. But take these precautions before you get on to your photographic trail. Continue reading
Photo journaling makes you get up close and personal with not just your photography but also your subject, landscape and mood. It’s a great way to gift a book like that to someone, the old school way. It’s all in the personal touch. Or gift it to yourself. Continue reading
How to make your pictures stand out with neutral density filters. ND camera filters are great for all long exposure shots and perfect for landscape photographers. Give them a try; they come in various sizes and qualities. Continue reading
Fed up with rude alarm clocks that jerk you awake? Here are some smart alarm apps that wake you up only after you are fully rested. Continue reading
You want to store your all-important camera photos, but don’t have the time to transfer it to your desktop or external device. Or better still, you would rather want it as it is – without any compression – in the cloud. Google Drive does it, but compresses your data.
But you don’t need to fret when there is FolderSync. This
There is so much of information floating around that sometimes you wonder where all the jargon and technical terms sprung from. If you are a smartphone user, this article will explain the most important, and frequently cited terms understandably.
Near field communication (NFC)
It is this technology that is making several smartphone addicts
If you thought there is only one kind of screen protector available for your phones and tablets, you are mistaken. There are many varieties, and some are limited to the brands that manufacture them. Without going into any one brand, here is a generic list of screen protectors available in the market. Continue reading
Everyone is going gaga over Android 4.0 and its Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) firmware update. Wondering what is it all about? Here are the distinctive advantages of owning the latest Android phone, be it the Sony, Samsung or HTC. Continue reading
If you want to update the firmware of your Android phone, it’s important to back up your contacts and apps. Everything else is individual, like sms messages, calendar and notes. In fact, you have the option of syncing your contacts, calendar and notes to Google already, so you don’t have to worry about that. Continue reading
If you have an Android phone, you already might have a preloaded LED Flashlight app. However, you might find it difficult to even find it, because it’s not in the main apps. This is because it comes as a widget which you have to enable. And then, sometimes, it’s buggy at best and doesn’t work consistently – like the one on the Samsung Galaxy Note. So let’s hit the marketplace! Continue reading
For starters, HDR photography is where your pictures capture both the shadows and light areas much more vividly than the regular camera lens. Our eyes do that already, which is why the brightest area in our vision is balanced off with the darkest area and we get a truly dynamic sight in front of us. Continue reading