Avedon On The iPad

They say you never forget your first love – and while I think that’s true for people, I think it’s also true for art, music and photography. I was introduced to the work of Richard Avedon in my high school photography class along with photographers like Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Irving Penn. But it […]

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The Wider Image

Reuters has released a brand new iPad app that brings its incredible news photography to life in ways never before possible. Designed from the ground up, specifically for the iPad, The Wider Image extends the powerful photographs from the world’s largest news agency into a unique interactive experience. The navigation is intuitive and the app adds […]

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Chill On The iBookstore

A few weeks ago, we launched our first eBook, called chill – Making happiness … one scoop at a time. It is quite a departure from what you might expect from Nikki and I, but we knew we wanted to do something out of our comfort zone and, since it was summer, a book celebrating […]

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Five For Friday #9

“The key question isn’t “What fosters creativity?” But it is why in God’s name isn’t everyone creative? Where was the human potential lost? How was it crippled? I think therefore a good question might be not why do people create? But why do people not create or innovate? We have got to abandon that sense […]

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Fotopedia Celebrates The Diversity of Women

Today is International Women’s Day, so we thought we would share something appropriate. Fotopedia creates gorgeous apps for iOS (as well as a magazine) and their latest free app, called simply Women of the World, celebrates the beauty, strength, and diversity of women. Photographer Olivier Martel traveled to 75 countries, photographing women from a variety of […]

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Facebook App for iPad

After months of delays and even a leaked build, Facebook finally unveiled their iPad app upon the masses. Though the delays have allowed a number of third party apps to rack up millions of downloads, many believe the official version may end up being the most downloaded iPad app yet. We’ve only played with it […]

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Photoverse App Review & Giveaway

There are a ton of newsreader/RSS apps available for the iPhone and the iPad, but not very many of them are specific to photography, and fewer still come pre-loaded with interesting feeds. In fact, the only one we have found so far is Photoverse. Developed by Kolekse, Photoverse is basically a curated RSS reader for […]

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Fotopedia App Giveaway

Last week we posted a review/overview of the fantastic suite of iPhone and iPad apps from Fotopedia. The apps are an extension of the fotopedia website, which is the world’s first collaborative photo encyclopedia. Two of the apps, Heritage and Paris, are free, while the other two, Memory of Colors and National Parks, are considered […]

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