In a sea of same same android phones and devices, here comes the Planet Computers Gemini, an android device with a keyboard. Here is my review, mostly from a photographer's perspective.
Even if you are not a phone shooter, you probably have more than one image in your phone that you want to pull out. Here's a question for you, in our completely mobile and wireless world, why the heck does it have to be SO complicated to transfer our pictures from our phone to another phone or computer? Beats me, but luckily I've been using Photosync, an app that allows to do just that, and I'm in love.
I believe that photography is all about loving what you do and doing what you love, but for some of us, we want to sell our photography. The illusion of course, is that if we are good enough we will have a multitude of orders. That's is not the case. I was going to review the book “Marketing Fine Art Photography” when I opted to send a few questions the Author's way instead. Here's a few pointers on how to Market your photography with Alain Briot. He's a landscape photographer, but his marketing insights is valid for anyone interested in selling their photography.
[I]n the Social world, Flickr is there to share pictures, Youtube is there to share videos. In comes along “Stampsy”, an app that allows you to create and share beautifully laid out photo-essays. Here's a review of this great free iPad app.