iphone app

360 Panorama

360 Panorama lets you take big panoramic images with your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.  It’s the free App of the Week in the iTunes App Store.  Normally, it runs just $0.99 and has a steller 4.5 star rating over 8289 ratings.  The free deal expires Thursday 8/9/12.

Get it here at the iTunes App Store.

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SmugMug Camera Awesome

SmugMug has announced a new, free iPhone camera app – Camera Awesome.

I just downloaded the app and gave it a run-through on a couple of images.  Controls are fast and very responsive. I really dig the focus point and exposure crosshairs that it gives you. [click to continue…]

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Canon Idea Mine iPhone App

Canon has a new (and free) iPhone App that serves as an inspirational tool and helps spark your creativity for photo projects.  I met with Paul Pierson, the creator of ‘Idea Mine’, at PhotoPlus 2011 to get an overview of this cool new app. [click to continue…]

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Acquire for Photoshop

Acquire for Photoshop is a new iOS app that enables you to remotely connect your iPhone to Photoshop so that images you capture on your iPhone will instantly appear in Photoshop. [click to continue…]

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iPhone photographers are getting improvements in panoramic efforts with the latest version of the AutoStitch iPhone app.  You can use AutoStitch 3.0 to create iPhone panoramic images up to 20MP in size.  The app will also adjust for brightness variations across a range of images.  AutoStitch 3.0 also allows you to share your images on Facebook or via email from within the app.

AutoStitch 3.0 runs $2.99 and is available through the App Store in the Photography category. The full App Store name is AutoStitch Panorama.


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Redrockmicro, maker of all sorts of great DSLR video products, is working on a DSLR remote for its follow focus system that can be controlled wirelessly by an iPod Touch or iPhone.  The follow focus remote is pretty cool on its own, but add in the ability to control and program focus from an iPhone and it looks absolutely magical. [click to continue…]

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