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Squaready is an easy to use utility that crops a photo into square format, then lets you easily share it straight to Instagram. It not only crops down, but lets you shrink full landscape or portrait photos into the frame.
The developer of Geló has created some online tutorials to illustrate some of the capabilities of this simple, yet versatile photo app, including sunrise and sunset enhance as well as a killer duotone effect. They’ve allowed us to reprint several of them here.
Yesterday, the Instagram 3.2 update was released. Looks like the new IG update may need a big bug-fix update. Keep reading to find out what’s changed in a bad way in the new Instagram 3.2. …
If you accidentally delete any of your favorite apps from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you now have more options than ever to at least get the app itself back. Here are a few of our favorite app restoration tips.
We’ve just done a huge update of Life In LoFi’s iPhone Photo App Compatibility Grid, featuring photo app resolutions, minimum iOS requirements, iPhone 5-ready and more.
When using your iPhone everyday, many of us have the device’s Auto-Brightness turned on to help the screen compensate for optimal viewing under the varied lighting situations we find ourselves in all the time. This works great for most uses but the variances in screen brightness can really mess with image editing. Here’s a tip I’ve been using for years to help get better results when trying to do more precise photo edits on my iPhone.
“Operation” is a short film that’s making the rounds on the Internet. Here’s a great companion video that iPhone videographers may find just as interesting as the film itself.
Your iPhone is a computer. To help keep it running smooth, rebooting should be a regular part of your iPhone’s maintenance. When I did Mac desktop support, rebooting the computer fixed about half the problems. Seriously.
A good camera replacement app should be easy to use and offer more advanced tools than Apple’s Camera app. Here are the features that I look for in a camera replacement app.
Fireworks can be tricky to photograph with a regular camera. They’re even harder with an iPhone camera. If you’re going to be shooting fireworks over the next couple of days, here are some tips to help you get the best shots possible using your iPhone camera.
Richard Koci Hernandez’ “iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytelling” tutorial series is currently free for two weeks on the popular online tutorial site, Lynda.com.
Instagram 2.5 was just released this week. It’s the first significant upgrade to the popular free social photo app since being purchased by Facebook.The update features an undocumented shortcut for direct access to your iPhone’s camera roll