Articles tagged with: review
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.
Mel reviews Instanty. At first, it looks like a video app, but that’s not really what Instanty is. Yes, it takes video at very high resolution, but its purpose is to get you a high quality still.
Mel reviews ProCamera 8. As complete as the app is, keep your eye out for updates that will incorporate the upcoming Apple Watch, which will be released next month.
We review Noiseware for iOS and show you how to dramatically reduce digital noise on your iPhone or iPad.
Mel reviews DMD Panorama, an app that does a nice job of wide panoramas and in some ways improves on Apple’s offering.
SKRWT is a great utility that corrects perspective and lens distortions in iPhone photos. It should be a part of every iPhoneographer’s toolbox.
I’ve got literally thousands of photos taken on my iPhone. Trips, parties, pet photos, landscapes. One of the quandaries is what to do with them. I can email them, make some collages, apply some filters, …
AfterFocus is a terrific and reasonably priced app that lets you select and “refocus” parts of your photos after you’ve taken them.
What sets Darkroom apart is the very granular ability to play with curves and to create your own filters that you can save.