A dip, a trip, a shaky grip—keeping steady is a key factor in taking a good fyuse. Here are five tips I'd like to share to improve your stabilization while taking a fyuse.Read More
We've all been there. You're about to take a bite into something delicious and you've thought to yourself, "Wait, I have to fyuse it first!"
Well, I've been there. And I'm writing this post to help our foodie fyusers take the term "food porn" to the next level. I've experimented, taking fyuses of food in countless diverse settings, and I've learned several techniques that really make all the difference.Read More
by Ryan Chua, Fashion/Streetstyle Photographer
I often get asked how I take such wide angle shots on Fyuse, and the answer is pretty simple: with a wide angle lens for my iPhone. I've written this post to talk about the particular wide angle lens I've come to love (the Moment Wide Lens), and talk about some other another wide angle lenses I've tried in the past. So, good news, guys. You DON'T have to step on strangers toes when fyusing in a crowded place. Read on. ;)Read More
Unsure how to make changes to your profile? Not sure why we’re asking for your phone number and email? In this post we’ll help you better understand who can see what information, how your information is used by us, and how to make changes to it if needed.Read More
Hooray for moms! We found some lovely moms who agreed to share their motherly wisdom and warm smiles.Read More
Who knew a plant could be so cute?Read More
Fyuse is a brand new medium and offers freedom to experiment with how you frame and capture the world around you. We're happy to break all the rules of traditional photography, but we still get asked for tips on capturing fyuses. Here are a few simple suggestions for choosing between shooting a fyuse in portrait or landscape orientation.Read More
by Ryan Chua
The 16th Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival kicked off this past weekend with AC/DC, Drake, and Jack White as headliners, along with crowd favorites such as The Weeknd, Azealia Banks, David Guetta, Florence + the Machine, and many more. Thousands of attendees filled the Empire Polo Club at Coachella Valley and endured the desert heat to watch their favorite musicians and bands. If you missed out on the festival, check out these Coachella Fyuses by our team and Fyuse community.Read More
If you haven't heard of NYLON PINK, they are one of the sexiest and glitziest all-girl pop/rock band in Los Angeles! With driving hooks, catchy riffs, and a cute but deadly image, Nylon Pink is Hello Kitty on acid! We thought it would be fun to introduce them to Fyuse and have a fashion session with band members Kaila Yu, Yuki Ito, and Katt Lee.Read More
Last Thursday, the Fyuse team had the pleasure of attending the Katy Perry “Prismatic World Tour on Epix” Movie Premiere in downtown Los Angeles. We set up a Fyuse booth where KatyCats could strike a pose and get their very own fyuse taken on the Pink Carpet. The highlight of our night: Katy Perry posing for a fyuse! Check out our behind the scenes video, as well as our Pink Carpet gallery and exclusive fyuses of Katy Perry.Read More
Looking for a way to incorporate fyuses into your blog or website? We've got you covered. When viewing any public fyuse on the web, you'll see a share link at the bottom of the player. Clicking this link will pop up a dialog with a block of HTML code. Copy and paste this code into your blog or website and you're ready to start showing off your fyuses.Read More
In a past post, we taught you all about Reporting fyuses and deleting comments. While this solution is great for most users, some of you may need something a little more permanent. With today's post, we're introducing the ability to Block Users (Available today in iOS 2.0.3, and coming soon to Android).Read More
This past weekend, fashion designer Camelia Skikos presented at the Los Angeles Fashion Week - Concept Show with Menswear designer Dahae Kim of Whichkim. The Fyuse Team was also present to support Camelia as one of her sponsors for the presentation. We were more than ecstatic to find an LA Times article praising Camelia Skikos' designs and a feature on the Fyuse app with CEO Radu Rusu explaining how the app works to LA Times writer Adam Tschorn. Please check out the full story here: LA Times Fashion.
To see more photos from the show: Click Here.
You can use Fyuse's Gallery feature to show off custom collections of fyuses. These collections can be made up of your fyuses, or fyuses from the community as a whole. You can even subscribe to Galleries created by other users.Read More
Written by Ryan Chua
Most people do not realize that during New York Fashion Week, there are actually two types of shows - the runway shows that happen inside Lincoln Center and the streetstyle action that happens outside on the streets of New York City. Right before a show, photographers brave the freezing cold to eagerly capture fashion bloggers flocking to Lincoln Center dressed in their best winter style. Sometimes watching this action unfold becomes a show in itself as photographers create a firing squad-like line to capture the streetstyle that happens in-between fashion shows.Read More
You can control what fyuse content appear in your feed by reporting fyuses or comments you feel are inappropriate. By default, Fyuse hides all reported entries.Read More
You can use Fyuse to publish private fyuses that can only been seen by you and other users who you grant private access to. You can also send a fyuse as part of a message.Read More
We'd like to thank everyone who has downloaded Fyuse over the last 24 hours. We're so excited to see everyone's enthusiasm over the update and our excitement grows with each new Fyuse we see. It's growing almost as quickly as our commit logs!**Read More
After 6 months of testing the waters, we're ready to announce the official launch of Fyuse. Our technology alpha prototype (Fyuse 1.0) helped us tremendously for the past months to understand how to take one of the most important communication mediums in our lives: pictures - and improve them.
If pictures are 2D slices of space and time, and movies capture time, we are proudly presenting the first consumer SPACE capture experience. With Fyuse we are moving away from the traditional "point and shoot" model (we're not robots after all) to a more human-friendly "tap and wave". We're trying to get the technology to work for us and not the other way around.Read More