Diptic is currently available for FREE as the App Store “App of the Week.”
Diptic is an app designed to quickly and easily combine multiple photos to create a new image collage. It offers over 52 frames to choose from and the user is able to tweak brightness, contrast and saturation, adjust border color, width and curvature.
The new features added include 14 free filters to customize images, iPad 3 Retina Display and higher resolution export of the image collage created. Once created, the image can be saved to your device or shared with friends and family via email, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr or Posterous. Diptic will return to its normal price of $.99 once the promotion ends on July 19.
MacPhun has released FX Photo Studio HD 4.0 for the iPad. The new version includes over 190 effects and filters, along with a new masking feature that allows application of effects and filters to only portions of an image. Version 4.0 also allows users to import photos from Facebook for additional editing.
FX Photo Studio HD 4.0 for the iPad retails for $2.99 in the App Store; however, it is available for a limited time for only $1.99.
While Apple clearly has a big thing going for its iPhone and photographers tend to love the phone, plenty of photographers have Android-based phones as well. Clay Cuckoo Software just launched an Aperture Clock Widget that Android-toting photographers are bound to love.
The Aperture Clock Widget shows aperture values (f/2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11) on the clock face instead of hours. Additionally, as the time changes the aperture blades on the clock face will open and close accordingly.
World renowned photographer, Chase Jarvis, has developed an iPhone photography App called “The Best Camera.” You may recall that we recently covered 24 Cool iPhone Photo Apps. In that post, there were many photo apps which applied a variety of different filters and methods to share your photos with others; however, there was no one app that took care of it all. That was Chase’s goal in creating The Best Camera – one app to rule them all. [click to continue…]