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This App Uses a Camera Overlay as a Guide for Instagram-Worthy Poses

If you've ever handed your smartphone to a kind stranger and asked them to shoot a photo of you, you may have found it difficult to communicate exactly what framing and pose you'd like them to capture. A Korean app called SOVS2 (which stands for "SomeOne Very Special") is designed to help with this problem.

Google Photos Will Now Automatically White Balance Your Snapshots

A growing number of users are turning to Google's ever-improving Photos app to backup their ever-growing camera roll. But while the main function of Google Photos is storage, the app's automatic photo editing features are getting more and more robust. Today, that means auto white balance.

Photonomie Lets You Chat in Real Time Using Immersive 360° Photos

The new Photonomie app wants you to "say goodbye to the rectangular photo," at least where photo chat is concerned. With Photonomie, you can ditch the boring old rectangle and begin capturing & sharing immersive, interactive, 360° scenes with your friends in instead.

The Flickr iPad App Has Officially Arrived

In its quest to continue resuscitating Flickr, Yahoo! has finally responded to popular demands and released its first official Flickr for iPad app -- a release that coincides very well with Apple's decision to make the iPad a more capable (if still embarrassing to use) camera.

OKDOTHIS Leaps Into 2.0 With Updated UI, Better Discovery Features and More

Last November, photographer Jeremy Cowart revealed OKDOTHIS, a two-and-a-half year collaboration between himself and the development team at Aloompa to create an app that inspired creatives to be... well... more creative.

And now, in the name of continuing to keep the creative community on their toes, OKDOTHIS has announced a 2.0 revamp of what is essentially its entire platform. The app, website and overall structure of the platform is much more streamlined now, featuring a more unified and easy-to-use design across the board.

Fun 1-Hour Photo App Makes You Wait for Your iPhone Snaps to ‘Develop’

Does waiting for your photos to develop make the experience of picture taking more enjoyable? More importantly, does it make you more deliberate about the photos you do take? Nevercenter Labs' answer to both of those questions is a resounding "yes," which is why they created a neat new smartphone photography app called 1-Hour Photo.

A Closer Look at the Photography-Related Features Found in iOS 7

The iOS 7 announcement was met with a standing ovation at Apple's WWDC keynote. A couple-minute-long video followed by descriptions and demos by chief engineer Craig Federighi left little doubt that he, Jony Ive and their respective teams of engineers and designers have created something worth getting excited about -- or, at least talking about.

Camera Noir: An Ultra-Simple, Minimalist B&W Camera App

Some might say that simplicity is a lost art these days. Where the digital realm is concerned, many of us judge a product based on how much it can do -- and camera apps are no exception. We want myriad filters, editing options, the ability to comment and like other people's photos in a social environment, and we want it all to be free.

Camera Noir is a new camera app that breaks every one of those rules including, unfortunately, the last one.

VSCO Teases Exciting New Version of Its Camera App, and This One Will Be Free

Visual Supply Co, the people behind the film emulation software VSCO Film and the $1 iOS app VSCO Cam, have taken to the interwebz to tease an upcoming version of the latter that has many smartphone photography junkies excited. The new VSCO Cam will come with an all new interface and, according to them, "represents major advancements in mobile photography image processing." Oh, and by the by, this one'll be free.