iPhone-based camera accessory takes you back to the Polaroid era.
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Retouch your selfies so you look your best.
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New Mac app shines as a standalone or plug-in to major competitors Photoshop and Lightroom.
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New hooks into Google Photos expands cloud-based interoperability.
Free iPhone app crowd sources street photography to map neighborhoods block-by- block.
Clipboard style smartpad bridges the gap between handwriting and keyboarding, but clunky software tarnishes the results.
From haze removal to matching musical scores, this version simplifies complex moves with baby steps.
Brand new guided edits make changing facial features, creating text from images, making multi-textured collages a snap.
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