Articles tagged with: iPad
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.
What’s better than a good iPhoneography app? An iPhone photo app on sale. There are a ton of great photo app deals in the App Store right now — more than usual. Check them all out here on Life In LoFi’s Photo App Deals page.
Two of the excellent BrainFeverMedia apps received major overhauls recently, LensFlare and LensLight. Check out the great new features of both apps and maybe even win a copy of LensLight today.
Photogene4 for iPhone and iPad has been “released.” Photogene2 for iPhone has been updated. Both iOS 7 compatible.
PhotoToaster is a great, easy to use image editing app that lets you make nearly all of the image adjustments you’re likely to need. The new 5.1.0 update was recently released. It’s got a few new features, including built-in CanvasPop integration, and we’ve got a few promo codes to give away today.
Monokrom is a black & white iPhoneography app with an interesting — even unique — approach to black & white conversion. Today I’ve got a few copies to give away.
We review Monokrom, a super easy black and white conversion app. The Monokrom workflow encourages quick and easy exploration of your black-and-white conversions.
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.
Since the dark, gray, low-contrast days of the first iPhones, I’ve been a Perfectly Clear evangelist. It’s still the best way I’ve found to quickly and easily improve your iPhoneography with just one click. There are a couple of new updates in the pipeline. Today, I’ve got some promo codes up for grabs.
Leonardo is a powerful new image editing app with many advanced features not found in other image editors. How does Leonardo stack up? It’s very impressive, but….
iPhotographer Magazine launches on the Apple Newsstand with a free Preview Issue today, Friday, August 16. It’s a lens focused on the vibrant and exciting world of mobile photography in a beautiful, fully-interactive, multi-media publication for the iPad.
The Distressed FX 1.2.1 update has been released. The social media bug has been fixed. I’ve downloaded the update and have been using the app. This update is fast and stable on my iPhone 5.