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Three tips from Henry’s Phoneography class

- June 3rd, 2014

It’s no secret the shutter is closing on traditional cameras in favour of our smartphones, and while you may consider yourself a savvy mobile snapper, there’s always something new to learn.

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Henry’s is now offering Phoneography classes for iPhone and Samsung users. (Henry’s Photo)

Camera retailer Henry’s just started hosting Phoneography classes for iPhone and Samsung users.
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Waterproof flash ideal for an Octopus’s Garden

- May 24th, 2014

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Underwater photography just got a little more serious as Nikon unveils a flash for underwater use that even ex-Beatle Ringo would love. It’s the Nikon SB-N10 Underwater Speedlight to help you capture the beauty beneath the sea –  whether it is of a shallow reef, an octopus’s garden or places where light may be nonexistent.

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Piper: Security Camera and Home Automation in a smart little bundle

- April 11th, 2014

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More homes are not only getting more secure, they’re also getting much smarter, thanks to the availability of affordable and easy to set up security and home automation systems like Canadian-invented Piper.

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NameTag offers Google Glass-wearers a new way to cyberstalk

- February 10th, 2014

Although Google Glass has yet to be officially released yet and so only a handful of people actually have access to the product, members of the public are already freaking out about potential privacy violations.

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NameTag. (Supplied)

Now there is a new app that will creep out Google Glass naysayers even more. Developed by FacialNetwork.com, “NameTag” lets the wearer identify people he or she encounters. You take a photo of the person with Google Glass and the app uploads the photo to a server and does a web search to find related photos and social media profiles in order to determine who the person is – in other words, putting a name-tag on the person.

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