Fotor – Photo Editor is a desktop photo editor that you should find quite useful. It’s curently going free, so why not give it a whirl? Click here to download for free.
One of the most popular apps for iPhone photography editing has just been updated. The update is non-dynamic, in that, there are not any new features, but it it contains a fix that will stop it repeatedly crashing, so this is quite important. This is a free update, if you have previously downloaded this app. […]
Retromatic HD for iPad provides 17 original retro-style filters, 11 background images and 30 authentic retro-style ornaments. All these images aim to reflect a social atmosphere of early 20 century. You can produce your own retro look picture by applying graphic themes, ornaments, and special vintage effect. Usually this app retails for $2.99/£1.99 but today […]
We have just published Dilshad Corleone’s latest article to his column, ItalianBrother. This week Dilshad talks us through his intrepid photographic journey from London to Derby, a path I also took a few days before (and will be writing about shortly). Dilshad’s article is full of the sensory stimulations he received throughout the day and […]
We’re delighted to publish Benamon Tame’s ninth article to his column PictureBook. In PictureBook Benamon concentrates on the the story behind the image. As Benamon himself describes it: ‘As Photographic artists we do not just capture stories but create them, the journey behind and the image we present. PictureBook draws on Images selected from my […]
Nokia have published an interesting article on their blog describing how to maximize the use of exposure with their 808 PureView smartphone, (we have one of these in our lab actually and it really does take some great images). The blog explains how in the ‘creative mode’ on the 808 PureView, you can manually adjust […]
Despite the actual photo shoot for this event taking place back in February 2012, this image of Alex Rodriguez taken by professional sports photographer Nick Laham in a locker room, graced Sunday’s (March 31, 2013) front page. It was taken with an iPhone and edited in Instagram. It’s an interesting tactic by the NYT’s, we’re […]