Articles tagged with: review
We review Noiseless, a new app for Mac OS. How well does this new, reasonably priced app stack up against Photoshop’s noise reduction and other established tools? Noiseless is easily the equal in image quality but generally easier to use.
Mel reviews Fusion – HDR Camera, a new HDR app that pushes the envelope for what is possible on the iPhone camera.
How to protect your privacy as you share photos on the web. It’s really worthwhile to be aware of who has your photos’ location data, especially when photographing at home. The internet can be a nasty, even a deadly place. Don’t leave the welcome mat out unless you mean to.
One of the most popular uses of the iPhone camera is taking selfies or pictures of others. Facetune for iPhone and iPad really does a terrific job of making those photos presentable.
We review Pixelmator for iPad, an iPad-only photo editor that’s is worth a serious look.
We review the new Snapseed 2.0. Everything is different. The way it starts up, the way filters are applied, and there are enough new features that you can actually get excited about version 2.0.
We review Camera Fisheye+, a free app that does a nice job of giving your photos a fisheye effect. The results look pretty good, and unlike most of the other fisheye apps at the app store, there are no in-app purchases.
Truefilm app wants to be a Lightroom replacement. And while Lightroom is available on the iphone, Truefilm has some compelling features Lightroom lacks.
We take a look at Layout from Instagram, a new, free iPhone photo app that will easily create some very nice photo collages. It’s easy to use and will meet a lot of people’s needs if you want quick and dirty.
We review the Chimani National Park Guides. They really are a photographer’s best friend when planning a trip to a National Park, and really valuable when you are there.
I use Stuck On Earth all the time. It saves me the “this isn’t such a great location after all” problem by letting me see what other photographers are getting.
We review Enlight, a new photo app that gives you just about every editing feature you might want, including things that don’t often appear in editing apps.