Articles tagged "apps"

Manfrotto updates Digital Director app to add remote control of its LED light panels

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

Microsoft retires Photosynth apps

Microsoft will no longer support its Photosynth apps for Windows Phone and iOS.

The new  iPad Air and iPad mini are out today, make the most of them with these top imaging apps.

If you haven't tried these new photography apps, you should.

Integrating a tablet into a live shoot with a DSLR.

How some of the best iPhone photography apps have updated for iOS 7

Camera+, Flickr and Hipstamatic are just a few of the iPhone apps that have been optimized for iOS 7.

Get on the grid: Apps to create digital collages

The best mosaic, grid and collage applications for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 smartphones.

Google's 'Views' site is a home for your Photospheres

Photospheres can now be collected in one shareable space.

You can also download Nikon's iOS apps for on-the-go learning.

How we're downloading: Mobile apps by the numbers

Which app store is the largest? What apps are most popular?

6 apps to swap and share photos from any event

The best apps for collecting and sharing smartphone photos from your next party, wedding or festival.

Get your pictures off your phone and into your life.

App News: Tumblr for Windows Phone 8, ProCamera update, and more

FocusTwist now compatible with 3GS, SpeakingPhoto records audio with photos, OnOne Software makes its desktop software mobile.

Breaking out of Instagram's square mold

Some apps don't think it's hip to be square. 

Sony releases two new apps for the NEX-5R and NEX-6

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.

App roundup: Capture apps for Android

Our five favorite Android apps for taking pictures.

BlackBerry 10 reaches 100,000 apps

Developers add 30,000 more apps since the launch of the new OS.

Our 5 favorite iPhone apps

iPhoneographers have a lot to choose from in the App Store; here's a few of our current favs.

Longtime camera users often scoff at the many  limitations of smartphones. Staff writer Amadou Diallo finds that approach may be missing the point.

5 apps for the Windows Phone 8 photographer

Check out these apps to get the most out of your Windows Phone 8 camera.

5 must-have apps for the Android photographer

Android photographers should pack their virtual camera bag with these apps.

The three silliest best-selling photo-apps

We downloaded and played with the photo apps that serious mobile photographers won’t touch.

Which mobile platform is best for photographers?

We take a look at what the Google Play store, Apple App Store and Windows Store offer photographers.

Levitation photography made simple with Snapheal

Photographer Luke Sharratt has paired with Snapheal to show the desktop app in action. 

Study reveals iPhone photo apps cheaper than Android

A look at over 27,500 apps shows high quality iOS imaging apps are more affordable.

Apps for more colorful captures: One artist's favs

How did she do that? See what apps Tommy Vohrs relies on for eye-popping color, and double exposures.

Star Rush: Our fascination with filters

What draws us to the old-fashioned filters found in so many photography apps today?

Holiday apps for mobile photographers

Use these apps to send cards, create gifts and make your photos look a lot like Christmas.

Evernote updates Skitch for Android and Windows 8

The photo editing and sharing service brings back some old features.

Sony announces 'PlayMemories' Camera Apps to extend NEX-5R capabilities

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.

King Camera v2.5 - iOS App Review
King Camera is one of the growing number of all-in-one apps for the iPhone combining image capture and image enhancement. Following a recent price adjustment, King Camera is now available for free. In this article, Joanne Carter of theappwhisperer.com takes a closer look.
Adobe Photoshop Touch App For Android
In this article, Joanne Carter takes a look at Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android. Boasting support for layers, and familiar Photoshop effects and filters, Photoshop Touch might just be the editing tool that Android Tablet users have been waiting for looking for.
Apple chooses Instagram and Snapseed as Apps of the Year

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.

Roundup: Portfolio Apps For iOS

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.

Android and iOS App Tools For Photographers
Due to the proliferation of apps aimed at the casual mobile photographer, it's easy to overlook some of the myriad more serious options. In this article we take a look at some of the best 'photographic tool' apps for both Apple iOS and Android.
How smartphones are changing digital photography
Smartphones are getting more and more popular, and as a consequence more and more people are turning to their phones to take and share photographs. Joanne Carter of TheAppWhisperer.com takes a look at what this means for the 'conventional' photography market.
How the iPhone changed my photography
The iPhone is the most popular camera on photo-sharing site Flickr, and Apple's App Store for iOS has transformed cellphone photography. Dpreview reviews editor Barnaby Britton takes a walk down memory lane and explains how the iPhone has transformed his photography.
Mobile imaging apps - an overview
Recently Apple announced that the Apple iPhone has become the most popular device for uploading photos to Flickr and new photo and imaging apps are appearing in app-stores every day. This article gives you an overview of the coolest photography apps for iPhone and Android powered smart phones.