Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
iPhoto ‘11 reflects Apple’s desire to integrate iOS innovations into Mac OS X applications and refine the user experience. The new features are more polishing rather than breakthroughs.
Posterino is perhaps the easiest way to create a stunning, poster-size collage of your favorite photos.
This app harnesses the iPhone's built-in GPS capabilities to make it simple to record location data for photos you've captured with another device.
The latest iteration of Photoshop Elements--version 9--has a layer mask button, Facebook integration, and Content-Aware Fill features, and it comes packaged with the Adobe Elements Organizer.
This novelty image editing app lets you impose your face (or the faces of friends) onto older pictures. It's a clever image-editing tool that's good for a few laughs.
This iPad app lets you quickly add captions, frames and graphics to your photos, or even create greeting cards and collages. It's easy to use, and the results could tickle your funny bone.
This app, which replicates some toy camera charm on your iPhone, requires very little user input. But it also creates warm, exciting new looks for your mobile images.
This app, which uses the gyroscope in the iPhone 4 to help create a panoramic-style view, has a few shortcomings. But it's a fun app to use and a great way to show off to friends.
With the help of this universal app for the iPhone and iPad, you can easily mix your photos into a collage that tells a story. A few areas of Diptic could use some fine-tuning, but overall this is an easy -- and fun -- image editor.
Having brought desaturation to the iPhone with a version of Color Splash for that device, Pocket Pixels turns its attention to the iPad, and the resulting app is quite impressive.
This iPhone 4 app uses that device's front-facing camera to recreate the fun of photo booths. IncrediBooth is cleverly designed, offering a fun way to give your mobile images vintage look using the latest technology.
ShootShifter helps sort pictures from multiple cameras
Newly revamped Pixelmator 1.6 is incredibly fast, has some fun new tools, and features the same slick-design as always. But is it a valid alternative to Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or iPhoto?