Posts Tagged ‘app’

Snapwire Collaborates with Adobe to Feature New Creative SDK

Lifestyle_iOS

Snapwire‘s mission is to make photo selling ‘human again,’ which is why creative collaboration between image makers and the brands/companies that need those images is at the center of the photo sales platform’s model.

Today, the company enters into a creative collaboration of its own with Adobe in order to make sure their users have the most photo editing algorithms on the market at their fingertips. Read more…

‘No Ad’ App Replaces NYC Subway Ads With Art From the International Center of Photography

Screen Shot 2014-09-30 at 1.58.15 PM

In every facet of our lives, we’re bombarded by advertisements: online, while driving, on the radio, everywhere. So much so that they become more noise than anything else. So wouldn’t you like to erase some of that noise and replace it with iconic photography? Well, soon you can.

For one month, starting in mid-October, No Ad, an augmented reality application will be overlaying pieces of art from the International Center of Photography over the commercial advertisements seen throughout the New York City subway system.
Read more…

The Nikon D750’s Unsecured WiFi Network Means Anyone with a Smartphone Can Get Your Photos

d750front

This piece of news might be concerning to those who already have or are looking to get their hands on Nikon’s new D750 camera. According to a report, the WiFi app built into the D750 automatically uses an unsecure connection to transfer images from your camera, which means anybody with a WiFi-capable device and some know-how could get their hands on your photos.

Read more…

Light Meter Google Glass App Allows You to Measure Light Simply by Looking Around

header

Here’s a new reason you might want to consider picking up a Google Glass if you’re a photographer: it can be used as a light meter.

A new app called Google Glass Light Meter is trying to pioneer a new way of metering light — with a device strapped to your face instead of held in your hand.
Read more…

The Manual App Gives You Full Manual Control of All Your iPhone’s Camera Settings

2014-09-24_0001

The now-public iOS 8 brings about a number of updated features that give users more control than ever before, and one of the most talked-about ones is the ability for developers to integrate full manual control of the camera into their applications.

A number of major camera apps have already done that, but there’s a new app out that focuses on full manual controls and full manual controls alone: it’s called (go figure) Manual, and without any extra bells or whistles, it emphasizes giving you complete control over you iOS device’s camera without any other distractions.

Read more…

Getty Unveils Stream, An iOS App for Browsing Through and Legally Sharing Its Image Archive

2014-09-21_0001

Almost six months to the day after Getty made its photographs embeddable, the massive photo agency has announced Stream: an iOS app that will allow you to browse through and share its vast image archive.

Read more…

ProCam 2 is the First App to Show Off Apple’s iOS 8 Manual Camera Controls

ProCam2_3

ProCam 2 is out and ready for download today alongside iOS 8, and it has the distinction of being the first camera app to utilize the full manual controls Apple opened up to developers in iOS. And while the interface might be a doozy for some, it packs quite the punch in a little package.

Read more…

Polaroid Shows Off Instagram Logo Lookalike ‘Socialmatic’ Camera at Photokina

socialmatic1

The long-awaited Polaroid ‘Socialmatic’ — a square camera that looks like the Instagram app logo (which was, of course, inspired by a Polaroid camera in the first place) — is one step closer to an official release. And now that Polaroid brought some prototypes with them to Photokina, the unwieldy digital instant camera is starting to look more and more like a potential flop. Read more…

Tiiny Eases the Anxiety of Sharing Photos by Keeping Pictures Small and Disposable

Tiiny_1

After a few teasers made their way around the Web earlier this week, new photo-sharing app Tiiny live and ready for use. Created by an all-star team of designers and developers led by Digg founder Kevin Rose, Tiiny is a unique photo-sharing app that hopes to address the anxiety of sharing photos and videos by keeping the them small and disposable.

Read more…

This Photographer Specializes in Professional Tinder Headshots to Help You Find ‘The One’

Meet Max Schwartz, a Brooklyn-based lifestyle photographer who has set up a side project that specializes in spicing up your Tinder profile. It’s called Tinder Headshots and its goal is “to help you get the most out of Tinder by taking photos of you that show your true self, or a slightly better looking version.”

Read more…