Snapseed, by Nik Software, is the iOS app of the week on the iTunes App Store. This is one of the most popular photo editors for the iPad out there. After Thursday, the price goes back to $5.
New features in version 5.0 include the following:
Share with the World: Photo fx and Photo fx Ultra now provide a number of ways to share enhanced or retouched images. Choose from Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, the Sincerely Ship & Print service as well as Email, Print, Copy, and Open In.
Bring Your Favorite Photo fx Looks into Tiffen Dfx v3: Users can save their favorite Photo fx looks into presets and import into Tiffen Dfx 3. This amazing interoperability allows users to create a “look” anywhere and bring it into Tiffen’s world-class image editing suite for use in professional production.
Get the Look You Want Faster: The latest update to Photo fx and Photo fx Ultra provides faster processing for even quicker results.
Better Resolution Quality: Icons, sliders, and text take advantage of the latest iPad Retina display, resulting in much higher resolution controls than before. This is available in the Tiffen Photo fx Ultra version only.
A wee bit over a month since Facebook announced its plans to acquire Instagram for a cool billion, Facebook has launched its own camera app for the iPhone. The new camera is aptly called Facebook Camera.
On the plus side, it seems rather quick and offers access to Facebook photo feeds if you are interested in only checking out the latest images from your friends. It also includes a set of filters that will remind you of Instagram filter effects. [Read more...]
TriggerTrap is an iPhone/iPad app that works in conjunction with a special camera connection cable to trigger DSLRs in a variety of different ways. There are 12 different triggering modes, including two different flavors of timelapse, distance-lapse, motion detection, sound, magnetism and vibration sensors, and a facial recognition sensor. [Read more...]
Adobe Revel 1.2 adds several new features:
- Support for the Retina Display on the new iPad
- Ability to tag photos with an Event name, and filter your library by Events
- Grid View which displays photos from a single day or event
- Ability to share, export and delete multiple photos at once
- Flexible adjustment to photo date and time stamps
- Faster editing on iPad and iPhone
[via Photoshop.com Blog]
The following post on Android camera apps was written by amateur photographer Erik Hawkinson. Learn more about Erik at the end of this post.
Searching for “camera” on the Location Formerly Known as the Android Market (now known as Google Play) yields over 1000 results. Obviously, not all of them are camera apps but there are still a lot of choices of which one to use. I am going to evaluate five different camera apps I have used. Each has its place, but not all of them are what I normally have on my phone. [Read more...]