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Top 5 Useful Photography Apps for the iPhone and iPad

Wednesday 23rd March 2011

The iPhone and the iPad, developed by Steve Jobs and the crew at Apple, have changed the way that we are able to interact with our world on the move. This is especially true of the way that we can capture, interact and share photographs and images.
 
With that in mind, we have taken a look at 5 great photography apps for the iPhone and the iPad. 
 
Adobe Photoshop Express
 
Adobe Photoshop Express is a free app lets you edit and share photographs on your iPhone or iPad. As an app to accompany Photoshop.com, you can have your photo library right in the palm of your hand, without taking up storage space on your device. 
 
With Apples' intuitive touch screen technology, you can use this app to crop, flip or rotate your photographs, as well as adding filters, effects and borders, and editing colours.
 
Once you're onboard with Adobe Photoshop Express, you can then purchase  the Adobe Camera Pack, which reduces noise in pictures taken on your phone, allows you to set a timer and also has an auto review feature so you can see quickly whether you got the shot that you needed.
 
Adobe Photoshop Express is available for both the iPhone, and the iPad.
 
 
Camera Genius
 
With a website tag line of "Camera Genius is the camera app you wished your iPhone shipped with. Loaded with features you want in a camera app", how can we not have this in a top five list. 
 
Camera genius really does have a lot of features that photographers would desire in a camera if they're out and about, shooting on the move. 
 
With 6x digital zoom, timer and sound capture, anti-shake feature, capture guidelines, burst mode shooting, easy photo review, editing and sharing capabilities, this app is jam packed and versatile. 
 
The app has gotten some excellent reviews in the iTunes app store, and after the release of the latest edition, it spent 2 weeks at number 1 in app store paid charts. 
 
 
Photo fx
 
Photo fx is another award winning photography app, brought to us by developers, The Tiffen Company. Getting 4 stars in the UK edition of Macworld, you can be assured that this app would make a welcome addition to any photographers iPhone. 
 
Photo fx is plugged as the definitive set of optical filters for the iPhone and iPod Touch. You can choose from 76 filters, containing 878 presets in 8 different filter groups. Amongst the award winning features are the Tiffen glass filters, specialised lenses, optical lab processes, film grain, colour correction, natural light and photographic effects. 
 
With loads of features and hundreds of applications for those features, it's worth taking a look at the App Store to see a full list of filters, and examples of what you can do with them. 
 
 
Talking Album
 
Have you ever been out and about, taken a snap of something on your phone and then not been able to remember what compelled you to do it in the first place? Maybe you saw something that inspired you to come back at a later date, armed with your professional camera set up, to get some really good pictures, but the moment has escaped you?
 
Fear no more, the Talking Album from Sumoto is here. With this app you can record and share your images, along with notes explaining a bit about the picture. If you don't want to share, you can keep your notes super private with a pass code function. 
 
The app is self-admittedly simple and straightforward, and does what it says on the tin. Which is perfect for an app that's built to help you record and remember things you've seen and experienced on your travels.
 
 
ImageTouch HD
 
ImageTouch HD was nominated as the Best Photography App of 2010 by bestappever.com, and deservedly so. This is the app that lets you take your photographs, and create playful collages right on your iPhone or on the iPad. 
 
As well as being able to import photos from your library, you can also manipulate all aspects of your collages, email your creations or export them in high quality. You can export your collages to Facebook, save an unlimited number of creations, shake the device for full screen preview and learn editing tips along the way. 
 
Intellicore Services, who developed the app, say they want it to be the best collage application on the iPhone, and as far as we can see, they're doing a pretty good job!
 
 
New apps are coming out all of the time, and the photography market is particularly fertile so please let us know what your favourite photography apps are, and share them with the Gallereo community!
 

Posted on March 23rd 2011 on 07:55pm

Comments

Thanks for the list and would like to recommend one more app..Check out Sort Shots for iPad, which uses the power of tags to quickly sort and organize your photos. You can rate your photos (to sort your favourites to the top quickly) and tag multiple photos at once. Tags can be organized into hierarchical categories as well; the default top level categories are People, Places, and Events. The more photos you have, the more useful this app becomes. You can share photos via Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Picasa, create slideshows and much more.
Posted by: andykeating, on April 11th 2011 on 10:40am
hey..awesome apps..but you have not included the most wonderful app i.e "Sortshots" ..This is the best app for organizing the pics by tagging them with personalized keywords, ratings, favourites etc.Tapping on a tag provides instant results so that we can further refine our search with additional tags and keywords.
Posted by: joby, on April 07th 2011 on 08:53am

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