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Maybe the first wedding shot entirely with an Iphone

 
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Jul 15, 2011 11:10 |  #1

Somebody had to do it....

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Jul 15, 2011 11:24 |  #2

wonder if you can use the camera and wifi of a iphone4 without having it hooked up to a plan? i like my droid x but am dying to try the camera on an iphone


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Jul 15, 2011 14:07 |  #3

the results were better than i expected before i cicked the link and watch the video. Pretty cool for a phone




  
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Jul 15, 2011 14:37 |  #4

gimmick.




  
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Jul 15, 2011 18:39 |  #5

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gimmick.

time will tell...


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Jul 15, 2011 18:48 |  #6

kaitanium wrote in post #12764242 (external link)
gimmick.

Doesn't matter. It will define a generation's price point. Zero.


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Jul 15, 2011 19:53 |  #7

The Outlaw wrote in post #12763161 (external link)
wonder if you can use the camera and wifi of a iphone4 without having it hooked up to a plan? i like my droid x but am dying to try the camera on an iphone

Yes you can. You'll have to purchase it outright without a plan which is $600+.




  
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Jul 15, 2011 20:23 |  #8

how about shooting a wedding with a manual point and shoot. i like to see someone do that. like with a x100 or LX5 or something. or a step up would be a nex5 or GF2! yea! if the market goes that way, i wont have that much weight to carry. crossing my fingers




  
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Jul 15, 2011 20:33 as a reply to  @ kaitanium's post |  #9

In 10-20 years there will be a large percentage of people choosing digital as the market for there wedding albums, so it will not matter how large it will need to be printed. They will be hanging digital frames on walls and their wedding album will be on a table...unlike many now who keep them in a closet/cabinet draw. The digital presentation will have many more ways to satisfy the customer than printing.


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Jul 17, 2011 06:13 |  #10

The flash on the iphone4 is terrible (much like most cell phone cameras). If you have good light it is capable of taking good photos but for low light... forget it. You would have to have some kind of external lighting for low light. It's video is pretty good as well.


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Jul 17, 2011 12:59 |  #11

this isnt practical at all, thats why this is a first.




  
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Jul 18, 2011 10:58 |  #12

that's very good for an iphone.




  
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Jul 18, 2011 13:36 |  #13

pbelarge wrote in post #12765881 (external link)
In 10-20 years there will be a large percentage of people choosing digital as the market for there wedding albums, so it will not matter how large it will need to be printed. They will be hanging digital frames on walls and their wedding album will be on a table...unlike many now who keep them in a closet/cabinet draw. The digital presentation will have many more ways to satisfy the customer than printing.

Maybe. I guess if you could have a bunch of hi-res web-aware monitors around for $50 it could fly.

I just wonder when capture-to-delivery could keep pace with that idea.


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Jul 21, 2011 13:24 |  #14

pbelarge wrote in post #12765881 (external link)
In 10-20 years there will be a large percentage of people choosing digital as the market for there wedding albums, so it will not matter how large it will need to be printed. They will be hanging digital frames on walls and their wedding album will be on a table...unlike many now who keep them in a closet/cabinet draw. The digital presentation will have many more ways to satisfy the customer than printing.

Digital fails. Digital is subject to the medium it was captured/saved on. You will never come across 100 year old digital files in your great grandparents attic. If you do, you won't have the technology to view them. Prints last.


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Jul 21, 2011 14:21 |  #15

Except the quality doesn't last, if you keep backing up a digital file (in a proper format), it will look just as good as it does today. Whether or not you want to apply the effort, that's up to you.




  
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