DPC hyperfocal distance narrower?

Calculations of hyperfocal distance and depth of field require that you establish what is an acceptable level of blur. Some hyperfocal/DOF tables and calculators base acceptable blur on smaller sized prints. Such calculations can be acceptable for certain types...

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Moon in the Landscape Shots 📽

Sometimes you want to enhance your landscape photograph by including moon, which means planning your shooting for the day when the moon appears in the right place on the sky. Digital Photo Calculator can help finding the right date and...

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GeoKit Privacy: Tracking your Location

The first time you use it, GeoKit asks for permission to use your location even when you are not using the app. GeoKit needs to be able to collect location data when you use your camera. This means, your phone is...

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GeoKit for Photographers 📽

This demo video of GeoKit was originally made for reviewers and media. It shows all the functions of GeoKit at a glance so we make it public now.   You can get copy of GeoKit for Photographers on the Apple AppStore.  

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GeoKit: Photography or Transit Mode?

Which mode is best for geotagging? It depends on your activity. Photography Mode Photography Mode collects location data very frequently and with best possible accuracy. It impacts battery life and should be used only when the photographer is actively taking pictures....

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GeoKit for Photographers: Finished

GeoKit for Photographers is an iOS app for photographers with cameras that do not have built-in GPS but want their images geotagged. In a typical workflow photographers start the app, put the phone in their pocket and take pictures....

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What is coming in Digital Photo Calculator v.3?

DPC is long overdue for update and the new version is coming out soon with many improvements. What is coming? There are major improvements notably in the user interface design, in the Sun and Moon module and in the...

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Joseph Nicéphore Niépce

The earliest known permanent photograph is the View from the window at Le Gras by Nicéphore Niépce. The photograph was exposed by camera obscura on bitumen coated plate. Bitumen is sensitive to light, but not much. Eight hour exposure...

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Redeeming App Store codes

Did you receive codes for free app download from the App Store? Here is how to redeem the codes from your device. Open the App Store app Go to the Featured tab Navigation bar on the top should now show New button Scroll...

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Digital Photo Calculator released

Digital Photo Calculator is an iPhone application, researched and developed to help digital photographers with sensor-related and color-related calculations. Some practical examples Find maximum resolution achievable with your camera. If you know your sensor type (APS, FF etc.) and resolution in...

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