When the Apple iPhone came out with, about, the third iteration it had a reasonably decent camera and sparked a whole sub-genre of photography called iPhoneography. Some big name photographers started taking, displaying and selling iPhone images. A whole host of apps were created to complement iPhoneography. As surprising as it sounds, not everyone has an iPhone nor does everyone want an iPhone. But for those who aren’t ‘Apple people’ you can get in on the game too. Android smartphones have cameras as well (so do Blackberry phones but in my experience, RIM’s implementation of cameras is pretty weak) and some are as good or better than what’s in the iPhone. I’m going to take a look a a new one on the market, the Samsung Galaxy SII. Continue reading
Edit: An update was added in June 2012.
In the last article posted in this series, I pondered about the legitimacy of some of the so-called experts in ‘new media’. This article is a follow on to that one but focusing specifically on the idea of SEO – Search Engine Optimisation. And in that context we’ll look at whether some, perhaps many, of the ‘SEO experts’ out there are the snake oil salesmen of the internet age and new media landscape. Continue reading