Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
Apple's Cards app arrives October 12, but you don't have to wait until then to create postcards from your iOS device. These apps turn your photos into either digital postcards or ones that you send through the mail.
Selectively removing color from an image can create stunning results. Color Splash Studio focuses on such selective desaturation, and it does that job incredibly well.
Analog, a Mac app, lets you easily create low-fi versions of your photographs using beautiful effects.
New features abound in the Editor as well as the Organizer, with a focus on enhanced creativity, mobile interconnectivity, problem solving, and simplicity.
Some iOS photography apps specialize in one area. Not these apps -- they want to tackle all your mobile photography needs.
Those images you've shot with your iPhone's camera don't have to stay on your mobile device. These apps give you many ways to share your photos with the world.
When it comes to converting your photos into images worthy of a comic book, the iPad-only Comic Life stands out as the best of a trio of iOS image editors that we tested.
EyeEm is a new social photography app that connects users with people who have similar photographic interests.
Simply B&W is a no-frills black-and-white image editing app that produces good-looking photos.
Tracks, from Tracks Media, is a photo sharing app that hopes to be your new hub for social photography, yet the app lacks social integration.
Photogram lets you share a neat little postcard package of pictures through Facebook, Twitter, or an email.
If you need to edit or process your images, you'll want a full-featured image editor such as Acorn or Photoshop. But for frequent resizing tasks, ImageXY is quick to launch, easy to use, and fast to finish.
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.