Articles tagged with: iPad
The new Distressed FX 1.2 update has just been released. We’ve got a preview of some of the new effects.
We review vividHDR, a true HDR app that creates stunning bright and vibrant color photos without the overprocessing and halos often associated with other iPhone HDR apps.
The new Percolator 2.4 update is available now in the App Store. This update introduces a very cool new brew called “Ray Ray.”
Every iPhone and iPad sold comes with a remote shutter release for the camera. This is a basic iPhone photo tip, but if you haven’t seen it before it’s a great one.
Tangent for iPhone and iPad is a photo app with a unique, clean, colorful modern-style. It was recently updated and we’ve got some promo codes to give away.
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.
Photospector is the new photo editor from the developers of the natural media app Glaze. It’s free and you should download this app before they change their mind.
I like light leak apps. They’re a great way to add analog-style lo-fi photo effects. There are several good ones available. New photo app Light Leaks by One Apps is not one of them.
There are quite a few text overlay apps available. Over is one of the slicker ones in the App Store that lets you add text and other effects to your photos. I’ve got a few download codes to give away this week.
One of the most powerful camera replacement apps has just gotten a great new update. 645 PRO Mk II is available now and is a free update to previous owners of the app. This new update adds a ton of new and improved features to this already powerful camera app. We’ve got a comprehensive list of what’s new in this update.
For the next two days, Dan Marcolina’s excellent “AppAlchemy”, “AppAlchemy Pocket”, “Mobile Masters”, and the “iObsessed Companion” are only $0.99 each. This deal is for a limited time only, so grab them now.
Over the past few years shooting with the iPhone and ProCamera one of the most common questions I get asked is how can I make my photos sharper? There are a few things that you can do to improve the clarity and sharpness of your iPhone photos. Here are five tips that I use on a daily basis when shooting.