Posts Tagged ‘smartphones’

Leica Is Entering the Smartphone Market in a Big Way

Posted by on Thursday February 25, 2016 | Camera

Leica isn’t the first name you think of when you think of smartphone photography. If anything, you’d be forgiven for lumping them in with those who turn their nose up at the thought. You would also be wrong. Leica is pairing up with the powerhouse Chinese brand HUAWEI (the third largest smartphone maker in the world)  to develop... More

How Nikon Plans to Make Transferring Images to Your Phone Easier Than Ever

Posted by on Thursday January 14, 2016 | Social Media/Web

While the D5 and D500 understandably took top billing, Nikon made another announcement at CES that’s worth highlighting. That news is an update to the company’s SnapBridge wireless image transfer technology. The new SnapBridge takes advantage of Bluetooth Low Energy, a wireless technology designed to maximize power consumption for tiny connected devices (the so-called “Internet of... More

Smartphone Photography Advances at CES 2015 as Kodak, Panasonic Hit U.S. Market

Posted by on Tuesday January 6, 2015 | Photo Gear

While high-end camera announcements have been few and far between at CES, smartphone vendors kept things exciting with new phones that push the smartphone photography envelope. Panasonic disclosed that its Lumix CM1, originally announced at Photokina for European markets, will be coming to the U.S., though pricing and carrier availability were not announced. Like Samsung’s Galaxy Camera,... More

PPE 2014: Leading The Revolution in Smartphone Photography

Posted by on Saturday November 1, 2014 | Uncategorized

At a panel held at PhotoPlus Expo on Thursday, October 30, panelists discussed the various ways smartphone photography is affecting visual communication and the photography industry. The talk, titled “Leading the Revolution in Smartphone Photography,” featured TIME magazine Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise, Kira Pollack; photographer Benjamin Lowy; visual communication strategist Stephen Mayes; and... More