You’re probably familiar with plenty of iPhone camera apps, photoshop apps, and photo editing apps. But did you know there are many other types of app that can improve your mobile phone photography experience? In this article you’ll discover a wide range of apps that form an essential part of any serious iPhone photographer’s toolkit. We’ll be looking at apps to help you plan your photo shoot, transfer, organize and back up your images, as well as print, sell and share your iPhone photos.
Snapseed is one of the most popular iPhone photo editing apps and photoshop apps due to its ease of use and great selection of tools (along with apps such as VSCO). However, if you struggle to edit your photos on the small screen of the iPhone, you might be pleased (and surprised) to know that you can use the built-in Snapseed-inspired editing tools within Google+ to edit your iPhone photos on a computer. In this article you’ll discover how to access these editing tools, giving you the option of using some of your favorite Snapseed editing tools to enhance your images on the larger screen of a computer.
Black and white photography is a wonderful medium to work with. Stripping away distracting colors lets you focus your attention on composition, light, and other fundamental elements that form the foundation of great photos. But which apps are best for creating black and white photos on your iPhone? In this article we’ll take a look at eight excellent camera replacement and editing apps for creating stunning black and white pictures with your iPhone.
Until recently, the very popular Pixelmator photo editing and digital art app was only available for use on iPads. But now, the power of this unique image editing app can also be accessed on the iPhone. In this article we’ll take a look at how the powerful Pixelmator app can improve your iPhone photo editing and develop your creative potential.
Do you find backing up and organizing your iPhone photos a complete mystery? Are you putting it off because you’re not sure where to start? If so, you might want to check out the new Google Photos app which offers a complete photo management system that’s easy to use. In this article you’ll discover how Google Photos provides free and unlimited cloud storage accessible from any device, as well as great ways to organize, edit and share your images.
The Nova flash unit is a popular and extremely beneficial iPhone photography accessory. It provides you with a powerful artificial light source to expand your shooting options when taking pictures at night and in low light. Now, the developers of Nova flash have made it possible for you to control up to ten Nova flash units with a single iPhone, which opens up a world of lighting possibilities. In this article we’ll take a look at how you can take advantage of multiple Nova flashes for improving your iPhone photography.
There are many excellent iPhone photo apps that allow you to add lighting effects and textures to your iPhone photos. Therefore, if you want to develop a new app along these lines, it really needs to be unique in its approach. The developers of the newly updated Lens Distortion app have done just that, allowing you to add photo-realistic sun flare, light leaks, haze, fog and glass fragments to your iPhone photos. In this article we’ll take a closer look at the Lens Distortions app to see what it has to offer.
Just this week, olloclip have announced the release of their brand new “Active Lens” attachment for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. This new lens kit includes an Ultra-Wide Lens and a 2x Telephoto Lens, offering new ways to expand your iPhone photography. In addition to this, they’ve also announced the long awaited olloCase which means you can now use your olloclip lenses with the knowledge that your iPhone is safely protected by a case.
The popular Flickr photo-sharing app has recently been updated with a new interface and some great additional features which create a cleaner, easier and more in-depth user experience. As well as being able to edit your iPhone photos and share them with the online Flickr community, it offers a staggering 1,000 GB of free cloud storage. Coupled with the auto-upload feature, this makes Flickr an excellent tool for backing up your entire Camera Roll. In this article we’ll take a look at what the new Flickr app has to offer, and how it can help you share and store your iPhone photos online.
Adobe software is extremely popular with photographers, including mobile users. They offer iPhone apps with scaled-down versions of their Photoshop editing software (Photoshop Express, Photoshop Touch and Photoshop Mix) and have more recently launched a mobile version of Adobe Lightroom, a powerful photo editor and cataloging software. In this article you’ll discover how Lightroom Mobile can bring much of that software’s power to your iOS device, allowing you to easily access and edit photos from your computer via your iPhone or iPad.