Posts Tagged ‘macapp’

Loom: A Superior Photo Stream for Photo Storage and Syncing Across All Devices

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Apple’s Photo Stream can be a useful feature if you use multiple devices to do your photo bidding. Take a photo on your phone, and it shows up on your iPad and computer instantly — not too shabby.

But Photo Stream has limitations, most notably the ability to sync only your most recent thousand photos. That’s why Jan Senderek decided to go out and create the Mac and iOS application Loom: an ‘infinite camera roll’ in the cloud that allows you to share and sync photos across all your devices easily. Read more…

Eternal Light Organizes Photos Into Crazy ‘Near-Death Experience’ Slideshows

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Created by photographer Peter Basma-Lord, the Eternal Light Mac and iOS app offers users a way to play back an infinite number of photos in a slideshow format, set to music, at any speed they like. If you so chose, you could select every single photo you have hidden deep within all of your external hard drives and play them back at breakneck speed — a sort of, near-death experience slideshow if you will.

And even though this may not seem like something one would want to do, it’s actually the idea that inspired Lord to create the app in the first place. Read more…

Snapheal Brings Content Aware Fill to Your Mac for Only $19.99

The “Content Aware Fill” tool was one of the most lauded advancements in Photoshop CS5. Of course, the tool wasn’t without its occasional glitches, but the ability to select a section and have the program clone it out automatically was still very impressive. But what if that’s the only tool you want to use? What if you’re a casual photographer who wants to remove unwanted sections in your composition without buying and learning a whole editing suite? Read more…

Polaroid Instant App Brings Instagram-Style Filters to Your Mac

Instant is a newly launched Mac application that brings an Instagram-esque, Polaroid-faking app to your desktop. It allows you to turn any digital photograph into a Polaroid picture look-alike, and offers 28 different filters for giving your images vintage looks (8 of which are designed to look like Polaroid films). You can even add classic Polaroid frames to images and jot notes onto them. The app costs $7 and is available from the Mac App Store.

Instant (via Photojojo)