Laurie did a great video last week on capturing time-lapse footage with an iPhone. I wanted to showcase how I use my Android (a Pixel) to capture time-lapse and do a little comparison between the time-lapse output of a smartphone vs a big camera. It’s a short video, but somehow I manage to wander into a discussion of determining what interval to choose for your time-lapse as well as optimizing time-lapse shutter speeds. Below the break I added a little cheat sheet for the interval calculation:
ON1 Photo Via is a great way to keep your ON1 Browse Favorites and Albums synced up with your phone and tablets. It’s all built right in to ON1 and all you need is to download the Photo Via app in the iOS store (yes, it’s iOS only right now). Anyway, here’s a quick video to get you going and show you what it’s all about. Enjoy!
Whether you use Android, IOS, Mac or PC you can backup and edit your mobile images on the fly and for free using Dropbox and Snapseed. In this video I’ll showcase how I easily edit and automatically backup my mobile images and video to access in ON1 Browse or Lightroom on any computer I use.
Lightroom mobile has become one of the go-to apps for me when it comes to both my mobile photography, and my photography in general. Below is an intro in to how I use Lightroom mobile on the phone and how I interact with those photos on the desktop.
Hi all! We’re kicking off Mobile Photography Week here at ON1 Plus. Hudson and I thought it’d be a cool idea to each start it off separately, and show where the phone camera fits in for us. Especially since we both use different platforms (Hudson on the Android and I’m on the iPhone). Enjoy!