Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
A refreshed, modernized interface optimized for the iPhone 5 has reset the focus on Flickr's iOS app.
ACDSee Pro 2 has a great pedigree, and even though version 2 isn’t everything one might want, it shows a lot of promise.
Tumblr makes sharing sets of photos quite easily thanks to a new app available now through the App Store.
SetMyCamMx’s primary job is to help you figure out how to get the depth of field you need for a particular shot.
This easy-to-use, Web-based slideshow tool lets you share your photos and helps you discover those shared by others. Unfortunately, its lack of functional support for any photo service but Picasa limits its usefulness.
Web-based app PhotoSnack lets you create and share slick slideshows, but brands them all with a watermark unless you pay.
Echograph is a photography app for the iPad that allows you to make still shots with some moving elements, at high resolutions.
Friendlier interface, stylish new guided edits, and a simpler path to tough selections make this a great upgrade.
Entering life as a photographic experiment, Photosynth has evolved into a fabulous panorama maker.
This iPad photo book creation tool offers some cool features, but not enough to compete with analogous publication or photo editing services.
Resize Sense is an all-in-one batch resizer and cropping tool that will save both time and tedious labor in getting one image—or hundreds of images—to exactly the right size for Web pages, email, and layouts.
If you have a lot of saved photos, JPEGmini can reduce the file size and save some space on your hard drive.
The app takes the pain out of manually speeding up or slowing down video, allowing you to produce such effects directly on your iPhone or iPad.
The free utility takes in your PNG, JPEG, and GIF files (including GIF animations) and optimizes them by shrinking their file sizes, often considerably. And it does so without affecting the image quality.