“The smartphone is just another tool… it’s the story that matters.”

Gemma Padley - 17 December 2013

Olivier Laurent, editor of new smartphone photography magazine FLTR, discusses the impact of smartphones on photography with photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind and Oliver Lang at a panel discussion last night in Regent Street's Apple Store

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New smartphone photography magazine launched

Olivier Laurent - 16 December 2013

FLTR, the world’s first-ever weekly magazine dedicated to smartphone photography and published exclusively on the iPhone, is now available on Apple’s App Store

The free Artsy app enables iOS 7 users to not only explore and learn about works of art from all over the world, but to also buy direct from galleries

Connecting art in an app

Gemma Padley - 6 December 2013

With its mission to make art more accessible – and more saleable – via its vast online database of images from some of the world’s leading institutions, Artsy has now ventured into the world of apps. Gemma Padley talks to the team behind the move

New iPhone app celebrates double exposure photography

Olivier Laurent - 24 October 2013

A new app, called Dubble, proposes to bring the pleasure of double-exposure, film photography to the iPhone eco-system

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Instagram to start rolling out ads in the US

Olivier Laurent - 11 October 2013

Instagram, the photo-sharing social website that just turned three, will start showing ads in its US users' feeds, less than a year after it had to backtrack on new advertising terms of service

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“Instagram has changed the way people see the world,” claims co-founder Kevin Systrom

Olivier Laurent - 7 October 2013

"Instagram has changed the way people see the world," says co-founder Kevin Systrom. He discusses the social site's original purpose and how it turned into "a common element of life" used by everyone, including professional photographers

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Instagram to start rolling out ads in the US

Olivier Laurent - 7 October 2013

Instagram, the photo-sharing social website that just turned three, will start showing ads in its US users' feeds, less than a year after it had to backtrack on new advertising terms of service

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Photography organisations rally against Instagram’s terms of use

Olivier Laurent - 23 August 2013

Photography organisations in the US and Europe have united to campaign against Instagram's terms of use, which, they argue, are too far reaching and unfair to users

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Startups battle for rights to smartphone images

Olivier Laurent - 2 August 2013

The popularity of connected devices and smartphones has transformed each of us into potential news gatherers, and now a growing number of startups are offering services to connect us with media organisations

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Impossible Project launches iOS app “to bridge the digital and analog photography worlds”

Olivier Laurent - 25 July 2013

Impossible, the company that relaunched Polaroid's instant film, has released its first iOS app designed to work with its forthcoming Instant Lab