Photographer Paul Adshead breaks down 11 photography-related smartphone apps he couldn't live without—from a pocket light meter to a lighting diagram app.
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At Google I/O 2017, the company showed off its new Google Lens technology, which can identify things like flowers when in 'live view' on your phone.
Astropad Studio is a faster and more feature-rich version of the original Astropad that has been specifically designed for the iPad Pro. Read more
An update for the popular Camera+ app now lets iPhone 7 Plus users override the device's preference to avoid using the telephoto lens in low light. Read more
If you don't own a smartphone with dual-camera but still want to shoot portrait images with 'fake bokeh,' the Patch app for iOS might be worth a closer look. Read more
Filmborn looks like an interesting app for those who like the look of film and want to learn more about analog processing. Read more
The new Apple iPhone 7 models were only unveiled yesterday but app developers, such as Instagram, are already hard at work to integrate the new features into their code. Read more
Italian accessory manufacturer Manfrotto has released a new app for its Digital Director iPad cradle that allows users to wirelessly control Manfrotto Lykos and Litepanels Astra LED lights. The 2.0 app is capable of handling up to 13 panels via a Bluetooth connection, so brightness levels can be controlled from the camera position. Read more
Integrating a tablet into a live shoot with a DSLR.
Camera+, Flickr and Hipstamatic are just a few of the iPhone apps that have been optimized for iOS 7.
Photospheres can now be collected in one shareable space.
Get your pictures off your phone and into your life.
FocusTwist now compatible with 3GS, SpeakingPhoto records audio with photos, OnOne Software makes its desktop software mobile.
Sony has released two new apps on its PlayMemories App Store for owners of their Wi-Fi-equipped NEX-5R and NEX-6 cameras. The apps, Light Shaft and Motion Shot, are priced at $4.99 each. If you've been yearning to add fake lens flare effects to your photos, then read on.
A look at over 27,500 apps shows high quality iOS imaging apps are more affordable.
How did she do that? See what apps Tommy Vohrs relies on for eye-popping color, and double exposures.
Sony has announced the first in a series of 'PlayMemories' Camera Apps. These apps will be available to Sony owners with an account on the company's 'PlayMemories' web service and can be installed on the newly-announced Alpha NEX-5R. The Apps allow various features and capabilities to be added to the camera, including image processing and remote triggering options. The move comes as Sony expands the 'PlayMemories' service to make sharing images across its devices easier.
Apple US App Store has selected two photographic apps, Instagram and Snapseed, as its Apps of the Year for iPhone and iPad. The choices, which appear to be region-dependent, are part of its 'Rewind 2011' annual roundup. The free image processing and sharing app has been selected as iPhone App of the Year, while more detailed processing suite Snapseed ($4.99/£2.99/€3.99) was awarded the title for iPad apps. Meanwhile the CEO of Instgram's publisher, Burbn, is reported as saying development of the app for Android is underway.
Smartphones and tablets can be useful for photographers in all sort of ways, but its easy to overlook one of the things that they're best at - showing off your images. In this roundup, Joanne Carter of theappwhisperer.com examines eight of the best portfolio apps currently available for Apple's iOS.
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