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Photo filter app Lenses is FREE in the App Store. The app features almost three dozen filters and frames. It saves images at a respectable 1600x1200px.
We’ve got 5 free promo codes to give away to the first five readers who request one.
CineCrop is a new app that quickly and easily lets you crop your iPhone photos to the cinematic aspect ratios of theatrical movies and HDTV. Want a free copy? Weï¿½ve got some promo codes to give away.
Want a free copy of BlurFX? It’s free right now in the App Store. Grab it quickly — these freebies usually go away fast, often within one day.
iRotate Photo is a new free utility that lets you easily rotate photos in 90 degree increments to the left or right. If you don’t already have an app that can rotate images, iRotate Photo is a good download for you.
The latest project from EYE’EM is the next phase of their website — an online community of mobile photographers. Life in LoFi has 30 free codes to the beta site.
Negative for iPhone by Kyle Hankinson is now free in the App Store, down from $1.99.
Life In LoFi has a copy of Killer Photos with Your iPhone to give away. We will be giving it away via Twitter to one lucky follower sometime on Thursday, July 15, 2010.
Killer Photos with Your iPhone is an excellent introduction to both photography and iPhoneography. Its straightforward style and emphasis on photography make this a great guide for beginning and intermediate photographers with a desire to learn how photography works.
The camera replacement app Virtual SLR Camera is now FREE for a limited time in the App Store.
MonoPhix apps do an outstanding job of converting color images to grayscale, high-contrast monochrome, or any number of shades in between.
ProCamera Basic by Daemgen.net is available once again for free for a limited time — down from $1.99.