Article Archive for September 2011
Two years. 1041 posts (including this one). 6186 comments. Over 286,084 unique visitors. Today is the two year anniversary of Life In LoFi. “Since 2009″ may not sound like much, but it’s an eternity in internet years.
Hot on the heels of their recent updates, both LensFlare and LensLight apps have been updated. The one, big new feature in both apps is the addition of PhotoAppLink.
Mammoth photo effects app FX Photo Studio has just been updated to version 4.1 and is available now in the App Store.
The excellent King Camera just got its biggest update yet, with dozens of new features. For a limited time only, King Camera is on sale for $0.99 — that’s half off the usual $1.99 it’s been going for recently.
HDR Fusion by Cogitap is a genuine HDR photo app similar to Pro HDR and True HDR. It’s FREE right now for the next day or so.
PicFrame 2.0 hit the App Store recently and brings a bunch of new standard features, as well as new options available as an in-app purchase.
lo-mob is one of iPhoneography’s earliest retro photo apps and still a classic. The lo-mob 1.6 update has just been released. It fixes a few bugs and adds a new filter and a few useful new features.
Instagrammer @wilburtheant, along with @darren2112 and @dudettewalnuts, have been circulating a recipe to recreate the look of Instagram’s old Gotham filter using Camera+.
LoFi’s weekly showcase, Faved On Flickr, for September 18, 2011. These images were selected from the outstanding iPhone photography recently submitted to Life In LoFiâ€™s Flickr group.
Almost anyone can take a great shot now with digital technology, and those special effects once seen only in the most advanced photographer’s portfolio are now available through various apps for your iPhone.
FiLMiC Pro is on sale now for only $0.99 â€“ that’s $2.00 off the regular price. This is a limited time sale for this outstanding full-featured, video camera app. It’s not on sale for this price often.
PhotoToaster is an image editing app for making fast and easy color and luminance tweaks as well as quickly applying effects from a selection of presets. We’ve got a few free promo codes to give away.