Do you want to add some stunning lighting effects to photos taken in Portrait mode on your iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X? Well, there’s a new camera in town that’s going to blow your mind away. Its called Apollo Immersive illumination and it gives you the ability to change the direction of light sources, add and remove light sources, adjust brightness and do so much more. Here’s a closer look at the Apollo app.
Eltima Software has upgraded PhotoBulk, bulk image editor app for Mac. PhotoBulk 2 makes it effortless to batch edit and watermark photos. Here’s a closer look at what the app can do.
If you spend a lot of time working on images, then you know how important it is to have a tool that lets you batch edit your stuff. Eltima Software has overhauled its batch editing tool PhotoBulk bringing a refreshing new interface and a ton of improved features to make your job easy.
If you own rich image editors like Photoshop or Pixelmator, you know that they are not the most convenient tools for doing batch edits. Plus, they are quite pricey. PhotoBulk has a super simple interface that makes batch processing a breeze and its not as expensive as the aforementioned apps as well.
Photo editing can be a bit of a time consuming affair. And for the less patient ones, a real hassle. Enter Enlight Quickshot, the coolest photo editing app that takes the hassle out of photo editing and an app that will make mobile photography fun again.
If you hate photo editing, well, who can blame you. Often getting that perfect, dreamy, or magical look for your snapshots can mean downloading several apps and experimenting with a lot of tools to get it just the way you want it. The developers behind awesome apps like Facetune, Memoji and Enlight Firefox feel your pain. Their newest photo app Enlight Quickshot aims to change all that with instant, one tap photo editing. Here’s more on the app.
If you love taking photos and want them to look beautiful and professional, the AI powered app Photolemur promises to deliver.
If you take a lot of photos on your iPhone or DSLR, chances are, you use a photo editing tool to polish your snapshots and make it more eye catching. The iPhone App Store is packed with a lot of great apps that can help you edit and share your photos on various social channels. However, if you are someone who prefers to do less photo editing, but still want great snapshots, you need to check out Photolemur.
You don’t have to spend tons of money to learn photography or the art of taking great photos. A comprehensive app like The Photo Guide is all you need.
Social networking platforms like Instagram seek to make ace photographers out of us all. But, despite the best cameras and the world’s best smartphone at our disposal, not all of us can take those “WOW” photographs.
There are possibly two reasons for that. One is the lack of understanding of the rules and principles behind good photography. Second…the inability to see the world in a different light – as the professionals do.
But that doesn’t mean we cannot capture magical moments and stunning views with our devices. We just need a little help and guide from the experts. Naturally, that can be a costly affair.
BLUE BOX’s recently updated iOS app The Photo Guide is the perfect solution for anyone who cannot afford expensive photography courses but still want to learn everything there is to know about photography.
You don’t need expensive software to get creative with your photos, thanks to the feature-rich photo app Enlight Photofox!
Even the best of photographers need a powerful tool like Photoshop to turn their captures into stunning works of art. But Photoshop doesn’t come cheap. At all. If you’re a struggling/wannabe photographer or someone who wants an affordable alternative to Photoshop, you don’t have to budget for an expensive software anymore. Enlight Photofox from Lightricks Ltd. is about to change the way you edit your photos on your iPhone or iPad.
Sourmash Labs’ ClippyCam offers a fun way to share photos with your friends – with a cool video attached as a picture-in-picture.
We’ve done a lot of fun stuff with our photos. We’ve applied filters, doodled text and smacked it with emoji and other crazy distortions. But now ClippyCam is offering something more fun. A chance to record a small video clip and attach it on top of your photos. Want to see how that works? Read on.
When you want an all-in-one toolbox for annotating your images, you cannot ignore the awesome image automation tool for iOS – Annotable!
One of the coolest things you can do with photos is adding your own personal touch to them. Maybe you want to explain something significant on an image you captured. Or maybe you simply want to add some fun element on your selfie to share with your friends.
Whatever your requirement, if you want your creative styling to be captured in your photos, you need a robust tool that gives you the freedom and flexibility to do it. Annotable from Ling Wang is one such iOS app that certainly fits the bill. Here’s a closer look at what the tool has to offer in its latest version (2.0).
FaceApp released early this year to instant popularity and then plunged into unwanted controversy. We take a look at what Faceapp can do, what the fuss is all about and if it is worth all that jazz.
If you’ve been surfing social media channels like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, you may be familiar with FaceApp. This is a fun photo-morphing app that lets you transform your face into something more in just a tap. We take a closer look at what the app does and what controversy it has stoked in the process.
A rose by any other name will smell just as sweet. But will an app that calls itself the best photo app really live up to its name? We find out.
Its no easy task to be the best. But with some clever SEO strategy, you could easily get the attention of the world to your product. Independent developer Eric Welander certainly has high ambitions with his latest launch, The Best Photo App.
In case you’re wondering, that is literally the name of the app. Really! And its brimming with a ton of awesome features that does not stop with just editing photos.