Photography has always been one of my husband’s hobbies. So, I have gleaned a lot over the years about picture taking and the many ways in which you can alter photo and video to create cool visual effects. When I saw the app, Cinemagram, I was intrigued by the way that the app allowed users to seemingly combine video and still photos to create illusions. … [Read more]App Review: Camera Genius by CodeGoo
Apple’s latest iPhone has pretty much everything: GPS, iPod functions, Safari, Voice Control, Camera and so much more. The latest generation has also improved the camera capabilities of the 3GS and significantly improved its quality. However, the latest camera app from Apple still doesn’t go far enough and the fact that Camera Zoom v1.1 has been… [Read more]App Review: Camera Zoom v1.1 by KendiTech with Samples
Camera Zoom by KendiTech has been holding strong on the App Store’s top 100 list. In reality, there’s no wonder that an app offering a zoom function on the iPhone would be doing so well as this is a feature that most iPhone users wished the iPhone had. Well, now, through the Camera Zoom app, you can have it today.
Nearly every camera on the market,… [Read more]App Review: Mosaica by Dapper Vision Inc.
Mosaica by Dapper Vision Inc allows you to take pictures of a scene and turn them into a mosaic. A mosaic, since you’re wondering, is similar to a panorama except for a few major differences. In a mosaic, the pictures are not stitched together to make a bigger image. Instead, they are overlaid, where they overlap, and are then presented in an… [Read more]App Review: PhotoForge by GhostBird Software
One of my more favorite genres of iPhone apps are those that fall under the photography category. So, it shouldn’t be any surprise that I decided to checkout PhotoForge by GhostBird Sofware. PhotoForge promises to be the Photoshop app for the iPhone by providing a robust and advanced set of editing functions and filters that you can apply to your… [Read more]App Review: AutoStitch by CloudBurst Research
Being the photography buff that I am, and having used the excellent windows version of AutoStitch in the past, I couldn’t pass up the chance to try out the iPhone version.
Using AutoStitch for iPhone is incredibly easy. The process is simple: use the regular iPhone camera app to take a series of pictures with your iPhone. Be sure that the… [Read more of this review]
I originally downloaded Cropulator (by Digital Film Tools) a few weeks ago, and after being very disappointed with the app, I decided it wasn’t worth my time for a review. However, with a recent update that hit the App Store last week, I decided I would give it another try. This time I was pretty pleased with it.
Cropulator is a pretty straight… [Read more of this review]
As a photography and photo buff, I am always looking for good, quality, mobile photo apps. I downloaded a few photography apps over the past several months and had given up on finding one that did the few things that I need to do on my phone in a mobile environment (ie. cropping, rotation and [...]App Review: ProCamera – brings shake-free to the iPhone Camera
Being a camera Guru that I am I couldn’t pass up the invitation to review ProCamera from daemgen.net. With promise of sharper pictures and a self timer I was anxious to take the app for a test drive, after all every iPhone owner has been frustrated with blurry images, right?
So, to be clear, ProCamera does [...]
When I downloaded ColorSplash, I had seen several sample photos in the iTunes App Store and on Hendrick Kueck’s website. They looked pretty cool so I thought I would give it a try. What I didn’t realize was how fun it would be to create by own black and white pictures with a splash of color here or there. The process turned out to be easier than I expected. Read More…