Articles tagged with: photoshop
For no investment other than bandwidth and download time, you can improve your iPhone’s camera and get some impressive looking photographs. While not complete, here’s my list of the ten best FREE photo apps currently available in the App Store.
Moritz FÃ¼rst posted a tutorial in the Hipstamatic Flickr Group on how to apply some of Hipstamatic’s effects using Photoshop. It’s a technique that’s not for the faint of heart.
Resize-Photo is a tool to help you change image size on your iPhone. I recommend it to anyone who needs the ability to enlarge images on their iPhones without touching Photoshop on their Mac.
New Life In LoFi poll: If you could choose only 1 photo editor on your iPhone, which would it be?
When Adobe updated the recently released Photoshop CS5, it removed a bunch of filters and presets that were available in previous versions.
The latest version of Photoshop.com Mobile has just been released and, for the most part, this update builds on all that was good about the first release.
Now that you’ve shot your image, how are you going to process it? There are some great image editing apps available and best of all, the price is free!
Several apps have tried to wear the namesake of “Photoshop for the iPhone.” PhotoForge truly is the image editing powerhouse for iPhone.
Normally $2.99 USD, it’s on sale once again this weekend only for $0.99 — over 65% off! Good through Sunday, October 25, 2009.
Photoshop.com Mobile is not the definitive image editing app. However, this app is a very good app that has a nice toolset that you can use to enhance your images.
Photoshop.com Mobile brings many of Photoshop’s functions to the iPhone, including crop, rotate and flip, color basics, and Photoshop filters and effects. Even better, the app is free!