Posts Tagged ‘ios’

Everyday App Version 2 Offers Multiple Timelines and Helpful New Features

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If you’d like to create a time-lapse of your face over long periods of time like what photographer Noah Kalina has been doing, one of the easiest options out there is an app called Everyday. It has been a popular photo app in Apple’s app store since its launch in 2012, and today Version 2.0 of the app was released to make the experience even better and more flexible.
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Priime: An iOS Photo Editing App with a Marketplace for Filters by Photographers

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Photo editing apps for smartphones are a dime a dozen these days, but today there’s a new one that hopes to stand above its competitors with a couple of innovative filter-centric features. It’s called Priime, and is a free app for the iPhone (and iPod Touch) that’s currently being featured as a “best new app” in Apple’s App Store.
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VSCO Cam Update Brings Copy and Paste Feature for Batch Editing Photos

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VSCO updated its popular VSCO Cam app today to introduce Copy and Paste functionality that helps speed up your workflow. Instead of editing individual photos at a time, you can now copy the edits from one photo and paste them onto multiple images.
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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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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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Heirloom Lets You Quickly Digitize Boxes of Old Family Photos Using Just Your Smartphone

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If you’ve got storage containers-worth of old family photos sitting in an attic somewhere, a clever new app wants to help you turn those old, physical photos into digital files without having to get a desktop scanner involved.

The app is called Heirloom, and it’s a clever digitization system that allows you to digitize almost any image with a single snap of your smartphone’s camera.

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Shake Adds a Free Image and Model Release Form You Can Fill Out and Sign On a Smartphone

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Easy-to-use legal document app Shake has long offered a number of cookie cutter agreements that make it easy for photographers and other creatives/freelancers to get the signed paperwork they need to get the job done.

And as of today, they’re adding to their offerings with a new image and model release template that will be particularly useful for photographers.

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VSCO Cam 4.0 Was Built for iPads, Features a Better Editing Workflow and Photo Essays

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Visual Supply Co. today joins the many companies that have already jumped on the iPad bandwagon with VSCO Cam 4.0: a new version of the company’s very popular photo taking, editing and sharing application that touts several noteworthy enhancements and compatibility with the iPad’s bigger screen.

The update also comes alongside the new web uploader that lets you upload high-res files without having to get those photos onto a phone first. Read more…

Pico is a Tiny Time-Lapse Trigger That Boils Everything Down to a Single Button

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There are more time-lapse triggers out there than I can count on my hands and toes, but there’s no doubt that there are few, if any, as simple as Pico. An inexpensive and easy to used time-lapse trigger, Pico can work with or without your smartphone and makes capturing time-lapses a single button process.

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Instagram Finally Lets You Edit Captions After You Post, No More Typeos… Typoes… Typos

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The new update to Instagram, launched just hours ago and rolling out to both iOS and Android as we type this, brings two major feature upgrades. First: Instagram is making it easier to explore and discover new accounts to follow. And second: you can FINALLY edit captions after you post a photograph. Read more…