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Black Friday iOS Photography App Sales

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We’ve gathered together a selection of key photography apps that are either free today or have a price reduction for Black Friday. Take a look at the list below and if you’re missing any of these, try and pick them up today while the price is low. We will keep updating this list throughout the […]

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Nofinder – No Viewfinder Camera – Updated

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Nofinder is a very popular discreet iPhone photography app, many photographers like to use it for street work. It’s from the same developer as the new and also popular MPro app. Nofinder has just been updated, check out What’s New below. This is a free update, if you have previously downloaded this app, if not, […]

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iOS – Nofinder – No Viewfinder Camera – Updated

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Nofinder has just been updated to allow you to add random film, lens and exposure. This is a free update if you have previously purchased this app, if not you can download it here. It retails for $0.99/£0.69/download

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iOS – Nofinder – Temporarily Free

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Nofinder is a very simple app but one that has become quite popular for street photography. Due to not having a viewfinder it is quite apt for being used at waist height to shoot unsuspecting subjects. Usually this app retails for $0.99/£0.69 but today it’s free, you can download it here.

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iOS – Nofinder – No Viewfinder Camera – Updated

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Nofinder allows you to be slightly more discreet when taking images, in the sense that you literally do not have a viewfinder to look at so you can hold the camera in a lower, waist height, position, otherwise known as ‘shooting from the hip’. Handy for street photography. Well, now this app has been updated […]

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iPhoneography – Nofinder – Updated

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Nofinder is becoming quite popular as a discreet iPhoneography toy app. It allows you to shoot without literally using the viewfinder, infact, there’s no flash and no auto focus either. A backward step for iPhoneography? Well, you might well ask, but many users are reporting a freedom that they haven’t felt since 35 mm film […]