Articles tagged with: camera
Camera+ gets a lot more outstanding tomorrow when the version 4 update is released. We’ve got a preview tonight.
Both ProCam for iPhone and ProCam XL for iPad have an impressive set of tools that just got a little more impressive with the recent 3.0 updates.
Instant photos – iPhone Polaroids – are a classic Life In LoFi style — both analog and digital. Keep reading for our list of five of the best fake Polaroid iPhone photo apps.
Hueless and Huemore were just updated this week with a couple of big new features. We’ve got details and we’ve got giveaways for both apps.
The new Camera+ for iPhone update was just released and it’s chock full of awesome, including effects layering and the return of sorts of a popular filter that Instagram discarded years ago.
New photo app Digital Negative promises us with a flavor of digital RAW, but stumbles very badly in its initial release, to the point where it’s unusable as a camera for shooting high-quality photos in the iPhone.
The popular camera replacement app, Camera+, get an update tomorrow. We’ve got a preview of all the new features and there are a bunch, including horizon level, front flash, and (yay!) accurate iPhone 5 framing!
Camera+ for iPhone has been updated again. The big new feature in this update is that the app now takes advantage of the new low-light capabilities of the iPhone 5.
After five months, Camera+ has finally been updated. In short, there are no new killer features and the viewfinder is now broken. I won’t be using Camera+ as a camera app until it’s fixed.
Apple’s Camera app is great for two things. It’s handy. You can access it right from your lock screen. It’s also the only camera app that can use the new low light mode of the iPhone 5 camera.
Camore+ (by Rivawan, not affiliated with tap tap tap) is a companion app for Camera+. It’s basically a front end and back end to the app with Camera+ in the middle. It adds features to the workflow that really should be in Camera+ in the first place.
Here’s a link to a classic post on the MCP Actions blog about tips to break your photography rut. It’s aimed at professionals and photographers who shoot with rigs, but it still has some good, usable tips for breaking an iPhoneography rut as well.