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Huemore, the creative color camera for iPhone, was just released and is available in the App Store now for $1.99. I’ll have a full review later this week, but click here for more info and a download link.
Perfectly Clear, the excellent automatic image correction app, has just been updated. Find out what’s new and read why you should still have this great app even if you’ve got one of the spiffy new iPhones.
Huemore is coming soon and it’s as nice to shoot with as its excellent black & white sibling. I got to spend some time with Huemore during beta. Keep reading for an exclusive preview of this new camera app.
The three excellent BrainFeverMedia photo apps — LensLight, LensFlare, and Alien Sky — were all recently updated. All three add great photorealistic effects to your images.
The JackPod! is an interesting Kickstarter for a new, universal tripod mount for iPhone, iPod Touch, and any other smartphone-sized device. Rather than clamp to or clip on your iPhone or Android device, it mounts your smartphone to a tripod using its external headset jack.
Life In LoFi welcomes photographer Simon Ellingworth as one of our new regular guest bloggers.
The new EyeEm app update was recently released. In addition to several new interface tweaks, the app now features a great new black & white filter, kCe, that easily creates very nice black & white conversions.
Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPhone was released today. I’ll have my full review of this powerful new image editor up this afternoon. If you can’t wait, the bottom line is this is a pretty good first release (not really good).
Recently, there have been several high-profile instances of unauthorized photo/intellectual property … um, use. The most recent incident is making the rounds of The Facebook this week. DKNY “inadvertently” used 300 photos from New York Street Photographer Brandon Stanton aka Humans of New York without licensing or permission.
Mobile microstock market Pictorama has shut down “due to insufficient funds.” They are no longer accepting or licensing photos. Further, all remaining payouts have been canceled by the company. The servers have already been shut down and no more transactions are possible.
The 2013 1197 conference was held at New York’s Soho Gallery of Digital Art. It wrapped up Friday, February 22, with a number of panels on social media and mobile photography, as well as a closing night reception. I was there, along with dozens of other mobile photography notables, iPhoneographers, and Instagrammers from around the globe.
dotfunc(camera) just got a long-awaited update. It’s really two camera apps in one. At its core, dotfunc(camera) is an excellent perspective correcting camera app.