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Magic Hour is a time of day right around sunset or sunrise where the light is warm and the color scheme of the sky, people and landscapes can look their best. We take a look at several iPhone photo apps that help any photographer make the most of “magic hour.”
SKRWT is a great utility that corrects perspective and lens distortions in iPhone photos. It should be a part of every iPhoneographer’s toolbox.
I’ve got literally thousands of photos taken on my iPhone. Trips, parties, pet photos, landscapes. One of the quandaries is what to do with them. I can email them, make some collages, apply some filters, …
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.
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.
Affinity is a new photo editor for Mac OS that has just appeared in beta. Why should iOS photographers care? Easy. The editing tools in iOS are still pretty pretty limited and advanced amateurs and …
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 …
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.
Fragment is the latest app from Pixite Apps, makers of Tangent and LoryStripes. It’s the perfect app for adding shapes and geometric patterns to your photos.
David Bird reviews Afterlight, a great photo editing app for both beginners and experts with image editing tools, filters, and a great selection of light leaks.