Just some example pictures taken with Vignette or Retro Camera on my Google Nexus One
Snapped some photos of Miss Bedingfield while she was performing courtesy of AOL at the D8 Conference.
I try to keep a camera with me at all times and most of the time that means using the camera on my Nexus One, Blackberry 9700 or iPhone.
Recently I have been using a couple of wicked Android apps called “Vignette” & “Retro Camera” which has given the Nexus a new lease of live in terms of capturing images… Vignette has more effect parameters than you can shake a stick at, and Retro Camera has just 3 effects/cameras to choose from, but they are good. It is worth working your way through the options in both apps to ensure that you use the filters best suited to the picture you wish to take.
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It ended up being a little bit of a race to get my Nexus One out of my pocket, without dropping my Hero, BB9700, wallet, Palm Pre or iPhone on the floor, (today was demo day) slide the on graphic, enter my 4 digit pin, find and start the Retro Camera app, compose and capture the image, hoping that the last 'camera type' setting was suitable, and compose and take the shot…
All before the dlr train pulled away from the station and the moment lost forever.
Then I had to choose the best way to share the image.
I saw an intriguing tweet from my good friend and an extremely clued-up mobile fiend @EdenT
with a link to his excellent blog http://shkspr.mobi/ in which he ponders what could happen if Nokia were to start supporting Android as the operating system of choice on their devices… Continue reading Nokia running Android? More mobile confusion
#F1 fans… Who is he?
Enhance your Calm
Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device
Live pictures of England’s Jermain Defoe celebrating after he scored against Slovenia coming into my Blackberry moments later via my new application. How cool!Download Reuters Galleries for Blackberry here http://bit.ly/bbgalleries (You need a newish Blackberry with 3G)
I was looking at the data tariffs each of the operators are charging (especially around roaming data) and this caught my eye..
Here are two screenshots taken from http://vodafone.co.uk detailing the roaming charges customers pay to use phones for data or for a mobile broadband connection abroad. The two prices reflect Vodafone’s prices now and what we will pay when the new prices kick-in on June 15th. Continue reading And they wonder why mobile consumers are confused about pricing and complain about “bill-shock”