Posts Tagged ‘app’

POP BOOK: Fujifilm UK Launches Cheap and Easy-to-Make Photo Books for Smartphone Pics

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Services such as Mosaic already let you make photo books in 5 minutes for $25, but if that’s still too taxing on your time and rich for your blood, Fujifilm UK has a new service for you. Called POP BOOK, it’s designed to help you make small, casual photo books in a few taps for just £5.
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IFTTT Launches the Do Camera App for Shooting and Sharing Photos with ‘Recipes’

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The web service IFTTT (short for “If This Then That”) has launched a new camera app called Do Camera. It’s a simple little program that lets you personalize how your camera works and what happens to your photos after they’re snapped.
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The Photographer’s Ephemeris Launches Version 3.0 for iOS: More Usable and Functional

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The Photographer’s Ephemeris is one of the popular sun and moon calculators out there for planning outdoor shoots with natural light. The service has just announced Version 3.0 of its popular iOS app, which is being featured by Apple in the App Store’s Photo & Video category.
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Darkroom: A New iOS Photo Editor with DIY Filters, Curves, and Infinite History

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Darkroom is a new photo editor for iPhones that just launched today. The app offers a number of powerful features for editing photos on iOS, including do-it-yourself photo filters, a curves tool, and an infinite history with all your edits.
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Stay Focused: An App That Brings Focus Stacking to Your iPhone Camera

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Stay Focused is a new app that brings focus stacking to the iPhone. By shooting multiple photos at different focus distances and then combining them, the app allows users to capture images with a greater depth of field than a single iPhone snap may allow.
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WhiteAlbum Brings Disposable Camera Photography to Your Smartphone

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WhiteAlbum is a new app and service that wants to bring the fun of disposable camera photography to the world of smartphones. It’s a camera app that doesn’t let you review your photographs until they show up at your door in the form of prints.
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Google’s Translate App Can Now Use Your Camera to Translate the World in Real Time

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If you’re ever in a situation in which you need to understand some text in a foreign language, getting a translation is now as free and easy as loading up your phone’s camera app. Google has updated its Translate app to include real-time on-screen translations of text you point your camera at.
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Polaroid Partners with Blipfoto to Launch a Photo-a-Day Service

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Polaroid wants to be a big player in the online photo sharing game. The company has partnered with Blipfoto to rebrand the photo-a-day sharing service as Polaroid Blipfoto.
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LiveBlend Lets You Capture Double Exposure Photos on Your Phone with a Real Time View

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Photographer Eric Kunz has created a new iPhone app that makes it easy to create high-quality double exposure photographs using your phone. It’s called LiveBlend, and Kunz claims that it’s the only app currently in the App Store that does double exposure blending in real time.
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dubble is a Social Photo App That Lets You Create Double Exposure Photos with Others

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In the world of analog photography, “film swapping” is an activity in which two photographers each shoot through the same roll of film, creating random — and often beautiful — double exposure photographs in each frame.

dubble is an app that wants to bring that same experience to the world of digital photography. It allows people from around the world to create random double exposure photos with each other.
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