Posts Tagged ‘download’

Snapseed Version 2.0 Brings New Filters, Tools, Non-Destructive Editing, and More

snapseed20

Google today announced that it is starting to roll Snapseed 2.0 out for users of the popular mobile photo editing app. The new app contains a number of powerful new features, including filters, effects, a number of new tools, non-destructive editing, and copy-and-paste for edits.
Read more…

Microsoft’s New Office Lens App Can Transform Your Phone Into a Simple Photo Scanner

microsoftlens

Today Microsoft announced that it has released its Office Lens app for iOS and Android. If you’ve never heard of it before, Office Lens is an advanced camera app that turns your phone into a scanner. Take a picture of a document or a whiteboard, and the app will automatically turn the image into a straight and clear scan.

What’s neat is that the app can also be used to quickly and neatly digitize a print instead of putting the photo through an actual scanner.
Read more…

Instagram Announces Layout, an App for Combining Multiple Photos Into a Single Image

photobooth1

Today Instagram unveiled its new Layout. No, it’s not a redesign of the company’s website or app, but rather a new official app for easily combining multiple photos into single images that can quickly be shared.
Read more…

How to Download a Backup of All of Your Facebook Photos and Videos in a Few Easy Steps

Screen Shot 2014-08-15 at 3.52.27 PM

Facebook may not be your main photo storage solution (at least we hope it’s not), but knowing how to download a backup of all the photos and videos you’ve uploaded to and shared through the service is still a useful skill to keep tucked away in your Internet toolbox.

Fortunately, the social network actually has a very straightforward, secure and simple system in place so you can download a backup of all your photos, videos, messages and posts in just a few simple steps. Read more…

Adobe Photoshop Express Finally Makes Its Windows Phone Debut

2014-06-27_0001

Earlier today, Adobe quietly announced the release of Photoshop Mobile for Windows Phone. No longer do iOS and Android users get to have all the fun, Windows Phone has officially been brought into the Adobe fold. Read more…

Deal Alert: onOne Software is Giving Away Perfect Effects 8 for Free

© Theano Nikitas

© Theano Nikitas

It’s not often a company hands out an entire piece of $100 software for free, but today is one of those exceptions, thanks to onOne Software. As of writing this article onOne is offering a completely free download of Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition and there’s no sign of when this offer will end.

Read more…

Source Code for Original 1990 Version of Adobe Photoshop Released

photoshopv1a

Starting today, you can download a free and legal copy of Photoshop. That’s right — free and legal. There’s a catch, though: it’s the original 1.0.1 version of the program that was released back in 1990.
Read more…

Lightroom Update to Bring Partial Support for Macbook Retina Displays

Photographers who have been patiently waiting for Adobe to bring Retina-compatibility to Lightroom will be glad to know that support is indeed part of the next update to the popular photo-editing program. In fact, you can download the compatible version already: Adobe has released a Lightroom 4.3 Release Candidate so photographers can help test the app and help squash bug before it becomes an official release.
Read more…

Apple OS X Now Plays Nice with RAW Files of Nikon D600, Newer Cameras

Apple has released a new OS X update that provides system-level compatibility with the RAW photos of a number of newer cameras that were launched over the past year, including the Nikon D600 and Canon EOS M. It’s called the Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.01, and allows newer RAW files to be viewed and edited in programs like Preview, Aperture, and iPhoto.
Read more…

Manga-Camera is Like Instagram Filters for Japanese Comic Lovers

There’s an iPhone camera app generating quite a bit of buzz, and it’s not Instagram or Camera+. The new rising star is Manga-Camera, a fun app that’s been downloaded like hotcakes in recent days (okay, we made up that expression). It has been downloaded over a million times in just the past week, and is currently the number one most popular app in the Japanese App Store.

The app is similar to Instagram filters, except instead of making your photos look like they were taken with a retro or toy camera, it makes them look like they were drawn by a Japanese manga artist.
Read more…