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The Best Photography Apps For iPhone: 2014 Edition

The Best Photography Apps For iPhone: 2014 Edition | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it

"The iPhone has a fantastic camera, but to truly get the best experience, you want to grab a few extra apps. Here’s what every iPhone photographer should have in their toolkit."

Lindsey Davis's insight:

Lifehacker is known for its useful tips, so it's no surprise that the 2014 edition of their best photography apps has something new for everyone. With eight of the best new apps for taking and editing photos mobily, you'll want to make sure you have every single one. 

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Week in Review: Mobile Photography Reaches New Heights

Week in Review: Mobile Photography Reaches New Heights | Image Effects, Filters, Masks and Other Image Processing Methods | Scoop.it
Lindsey Davis's insight:

This week it seemed like nearly every story we found had something to do with mobile photography, as each new app closes the gap little by little between Photoshop and iPhone Photos. 


SnapChat added new features like replays, filters and overlays for weather, time and speed, making for a more customizable social photography experience: 

http://www.engadget.com/2013/12/22/snapchat-ios-update-discreetly-adds-replay/


And Mobile Commerce News shared their top 7 editing tools for iPhone photos with Adobe Photoshop Touch coming in at number 1:

http://www.qrcodepress.com/photo-editing/8524751/


A new app lets you separate your mobile photos into layers and mix and match them just like you would in Photoshop, except here it's as easy as swiping your fingers:

http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2013/12/21/separating-photo-multiple-layers-now-possible-ios-devices


And another new app called "Fragment" lets you break up your images into customizable shapes and shards, just as its name suggests:

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/symbiartic/2013/12/27/fragment-app-review/


So if you're looking for a way to mix up your mobile photos, head to the App Store and see what's new. And to stay updated with the latest photography news, follow our scoops. 


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