21 May

Fotor CameraBag brings many iPhone Photo Apps into one

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I have covered a couple apps written by the developers EverImaging LTD. One in particular was their HDR app. Now, get the power of their many apps into on with Fotor CameraBag. Launching Fotor CameraBag gives you many options to highly customize your iPhone images. One of the key apps brought into the Fotor CameraBag […]

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16 May

iPhone photo editor, Photo Power, updated to 3.0

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Some iPhone photo editors start out looking the same, then you dive in deeper and find your first impression was right, it’s the same ol bunch of filters wrapped in a different name. A free (doesn’t say how long it will be free) solution I was playing with this week is Photo Power. It is […]

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13 May

Was Google’s graphical update to Google+ for the iPhone enough for you to jump in?

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Google has been trying, trying very hard, to get you to jump on board with their Google+ social sharing. A lot of the big names in just about every industry have dipped a toe into the Google+ waters. A quick search will result in names you will know. Digging a bit deeper, you may find […]

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10 May

Automated download all of your Instagram photo posts directly to your iPhone

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Whether you are thinking about reclaiming all of your photo posts, need to have access to upload to another service, don’t like the new owners of Instagram or want to have the photos all in one place – the Instasync app on the iPhone gives you the power you need. The free iPhone app downloads […]

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06 May

Using the iPhone to stumble upon interesting Photography articles

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I follow a variety of photography twitter accounts and everyday hit a handful of blogs regularly on the subject. Some sites post content multiple times a day that is light and on the general subject of photography. Others, post less often with more specialized content. Some of the best articles don’t come from the usual […]

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05 May

Lomo photography on the iPhone doesn’t have to be square, Lo-Mob provides options

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When it comes to specialized apps for taking images that look like they were taken with a low end film camera, the list is long of quality and junk options. The majority of the apps take square photos and offers a few filters. That may work for posting to a few of the popular photo […]

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01 May

HalfTone for the iPhone updated with Dropbox, Photo Stamps and Send To Camera+

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As a reminder, HalfTone is the iPhone app that lets you convert your photos to newsprint dots. You can adjust the quantity and quality of those dots, add caption boxes like cartoons have and change the background ‘papers’. At first glance, my thought had been it was an app that has very limited uses, but […]

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29 Apr

Creating and sharing moving Gifs on the iPhone with a Instagram like service – Gifture

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I have mentioned a few fun ways of creating Gifs on your iPhone. One creation tool has taken it to the next level by supplying a free sharing service for those Gifs. The app and the service is called Gifture. As you can see below, the layout is very ‘instagram’ like. Most people post up […]

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17 Apr

I bought Cartoon Camera FX for the iPhone… so you don’t have to

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If you have not figured it out yet, I pay my hard earned cash for every app you see covered on this site. The liberty of paying for apps is that there is never any pressure to review an app in a positive light if I don’t feel it is worthy. In the case of […]

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24 Mar

ProCamera for the iPhone on sale this weekend… and Wide Angle Photography

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In the world of social services that want only square photos, a lot of iPhone photographers I talk to spend time thinking about the center of their photos knowing that is all that will be used. What is lost is the possible full wide view. I have used pano apps before to get a wider […]

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