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If you'd like to give the videos you shoot and share on Facebook and YouTube a more polished look, this mobile video editor can add professional-looking intros and effects.
Lo-fi apps have their place, but for photographers who want to use their iPhone for high-quality image capture and editing, here are some useful and fun apps.
Give your photos the look and feel of a comic strip with the help of any one of these iOS image editors.
This affordable and easy-to-use Mac image editor packs in tons of filters and effects alongside a few basic image adjustment tools.
Apple's iPhoto is a powerful tool on its own, but it can do even more with the right plug-in. These tools will help you share, edit, and manage your iPhoto library.
Both the iPhone and iPad versions of this app mimic the old-time photobooths you might see at the mall or amusement parks. It's a fun use of the built-in camera found in iOS devices.
Image-sharing service Photobucket aims to unify your photo editing and publishing experience with its new app Snapbucket.
Priced at $50, Acorn 3 is a full featured image editor with a lot of high-end features, including raw conversion, multiple layers, vector graphics. What’s not entirely clear is who it’s aimed at.
You'll find plenty of great image-editing tools in the App Store. But here are seven of our favorites aimed at iPhone users.
The App Store is loaded with a number of great third-party apps to help you make the most of your mobile photos. And many of these filters will cost you very little -- or nothing at all. Jeff Phillips looks at five free (or nearly free) image editors.
Stop motion animation package is fun at first but frustrating as you try to go beyond the basics.
Give the videos you shoot on the go a distinctive look with these iOS editing and effects apps.
Collage maker lets you create beautiful photo collages quickly and easily.