Tag Archives: Photography

Point, shoot, and edit with PhotoMagic [Review]

If you haven’t found the right photo-editing app for your iPhone yet, all hope is not lost. PhotoMagic is a user-friendly app that puts the focus on your photos instead of your friends — don’t worry, there are some sharing capabilities. PhotoMagic gets right to business — there’s no muss or fuss about creating an account or logging in with your social…

Twitter takes on Instagram, announces new set of photo filters

Well, in an unsurprising but significant move, Twitter has just announced that it will bring Instagram-like photo filters to its lineup of mobile applications. The microblogging site made headlines last week when it cut ties from the popular photography-based social network Instagram, discontinuing joint integration. No one was really sure why the big…

PhotoFun: Filters? We Don’t Need No Stinking Filters [Review]

If it seems like a new photo sharing app is being uploaded to the App Store every week, that’s because there is. This week’s newcomer is PhotoFun, the latest iOS app from Latin American mobile publisher Movile. PhotoFun lets you quickly edit images by adding a frame and personalized caption before sharing it with friends. But before you roll your eyes…

New “KLYP” case turns your iPhone 4/4S into mini photography studio

Love photography? Love your iPhone? You will probably love this new case then. Manfrotto, a photography accessory company, has just come out with a case it is calling KLYP. Attached to the case is a mini tripod and an external multi-LED flash. The case that all this attaches to is a thick piece of plastic to provide some protection to your “camera.” New…

iPhone App Review: Cobypic

Category: Photo & Video Price: $0.99 Release Date: September 24, 2012 Version: 1.0 Seller: Benjamin Watanabe Rated: 4+ Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation) and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G. Link to app TiP…

iPhone 5 camera samples – updated with night time/lowlight shots [Gallery]

The iPhone 4S had/has one of the best smartphone cameras. Probably the best if you don’t include the insane Nokia PureView 41MP snapper. The iPhone 5′s issue was that the engineers tried to improve the camera while making it smaller. Reducing a camera sensor/set up is generally detrimental to the image quality. So, I decided to take my brand new iPh5 out…