Don't-Miss Photography Stories
The Flickr app has been updated to support iOS 4's multitasking, and can now also upload HD videos and post photos to Twitter in-app.
Ever want to make your photos or drawings more elegant-looking by having rounded corners? Here's how to do it in 12 easy steps.
The single photo editing tool that can do the most to turn a bad image into a keeper is your crop tool. With it you can re-compose your shot after you've taken it.
If you've got a lot of photos stored on your iPhone, this app can help you sort them by date and location, but only if you've taken those images from within the app itself.
The Sony NEX-5 is an excellent camera for hobbyist photographers upgrading from compacts who want to increase capability but not bulk.
This app promises better results from your iPhone camera by allowing you to take higher resolution photos. But while the photos delivered by 7.0 Megapixel Camera are certainly bigger, they're not necessarily better.
Give your favorite iPhone images a life off-line by turning them into beautiful, full-color prints on photo paper.
cf/x alpha, a new image compositing package, features real-time transparency, resolution independence, and non-destructive editing.
This app attempts to help you accent colors in your mobile images, and while its results are decent, this may be an image-editing activity that's better suited for another device.
A few tweaks in a photo editor can greatly improve your iPhone photographs, whether they were taken with a first-generation iPhone's 2-megapixel camera or the iPhone 4's 5-megapixel camera.
Relive the glory days of darkrooms from the safety of your iPhone with this clever, easy-to-use app from the folks that brought you the similarly inspired Hipstamatic.
HDR Expose offers new and enhanced features designed to create natural-looking HDR images.
This app features an attractive and easy to use interface, and the holo-cards it creates are pretty cool. Be warned, though, that it suffers from a minor-though-annoying bug.
Here's what you need to know to capture the excitement of a summer fireworks display.
This app aims to be an extension of Joby's Gorillamobile accessory for the iPhone 3G and 3GS, but there are enough helpful options for controlling your iPhone's camera that the free download is a useful app on its own.