iOS 5 means you can change the focus and exposure of photos before you snap them. Here’s how to make it work.
When there’s something happening you want to get to the iPhone camera and grab the shot quickly, not fumble around. This Tip tells you how to call up the camera and get snapping without delay.
There always seems to come a time when you want to capture what’s on your Mac’s screen: as a picture or a video. There are plenty of ways to do it too. Here are a few of the best.
How can you take better photos with your iPhone? In this Guest Tip Jo Fothergill gives her opinion on the book Create Great iPhone Photos, by Alan Hoffman.
I use Evernote with the iSight camera, to record receipts, takeaway menus, business cards and other single-page, small documents.
Many or most new Macs include a built-in iSight camera. Look for the small black square at the top centre of the monitor.