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You know how you sometimes take a group shot of your friends and the ones on the outside of the photo look weird and distorted? This would help that.
AfterFocus is a terrific and reasonably priced app that lets you select and “refocus” parts of your photos after you’ve taken them.
What sets Darkroom apart is the very granular ability to play with curves and to create your own filters that you can save.
Time-lapse photography can be very compelling, and previously it could be difficult to achieve. In true Apple fashion, taking a time-lapse movie with the iPhone is really, really easy.
Waterlogue is a universal app that has just one job – to turn your favorite photos into authentic looking watercolors.
With the excellent camera on the iPhone, and these iPhone photo apps for editing, I’m pretty much ready for anything.
First of all, after writing for TUAW for more than 6 years, I’m thrilled to be here writing for Life in LoFi, a web destination I frequented when it was busily observing the world of …
Writer Mel Martin has joined Life In LoFi. He’s spent the last six years at TUAW covering Mac and iOS-related topics.
My iPhone 5S is by far the camera the use most to shoot with. I rely on a number of other photo apps to help get the image I want, either in-camera or by apping it up. Here’s the updated-for-2015 list of my go-to photo apps.
Tangerine is one of the most talked about films at the Sundance Film Festival this year. In addition to its non-mainstream storyline, the film is shot almost entirely on an iPhone.
Some iPhone 6 Plus users are reporting that their new devices were bent during normal activities, usually as a result of sitting with the device still in their pockets.
Photographer Austin Mann takes the iPhone 6 out for a spin and tests all of the camera’s features, including stills, color, low-light capabilities, video and more.