04 Mar

Easy digital Fish Eye photography with the iPhone

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I own a variety of lens solutions for my iPhone to get a fish eye view of things around. Sometime though, I am without a lens and a shot should be best suited to have a 170 degree round impact. Most app solutions I have played with will do an acceptable job, generally though their […]

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27 Jan

Changing a photo’s impact using gradient fills

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I was recently looking to see if there was anything new with Squaready, an app that fills around ‘not square’ photos so they can be posted to sites that require square. Looking over the developers work, I saw they did an app for applying different gradient effects to iPhone photos. Normally, I think of gradients […]

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24 Jan

I’m Here – location text over iPhone photos for fun sharing

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Pictures posted to Instagram, Streamzoo, EyeEm… Facebook, Twittter… well, you know, social sites. Can at times have text on the photo saying things like a cute message, the location or the weather at where the photo was snapped. Looking around, I did find a fun little app that automatically adds location, city or county info […]

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20 Jan

AfterGlow with adjustable photo filters and a new look to frames

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“Just another photo filter app” drives me crazy. I pay for and use everything I review here so when I find someone’s creative marketing was just a wrapper for the standard set of filters, I’m not a happy user. So, I went into AfterGlow a bit slowly. On the surface, the developer’s mentions of 34 […]

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12 Jan

Retro Polaroid fun comes to the iPhone with Instant

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There are many vintage filters available to add to a photo after shooting the shot. And, there are camera apps that change the way the photo is initially shot to change the experience of iPhone photography. Basically, the second one is just applying a filter to an image from the start since we aren’t really […]

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30 Sep

My Sketch gets True Color upgrade for iPhone photos

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Holiday and event cards always provide a nice challenge when creating their cover art. Do you use typography or a photo? Is the photo just a shot you took or do you enhance it for the mood. While My Sketch isn’t an app I use all of the time, it is one that has gotten […]

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16 Sep

PhotoForge2 taking Retro Film and Flash for iPhone photos to the next level

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Some people complain about using Hipstamatic because it takes the photo in a retro fashion which is set via choosing lens/film/flash combinations before the photo is taken. They would prefer taking a regular photo then editing it. While Hipstamatic takes the photography experience back to the days of choosing a physical camera/film/lens, I can understand […]

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02 Dec

Making stereographic photos on the iPhone

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I keep seeing these photos where a room has been wrapped around a center dot, some cool… some not the right room. I thought at first they were using panoramic software and pulling the lower part in to meet it’s self. While that is supported in some pano software (I’ll cover that in another post), […]

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