All items tagged with "iphoneography"

StreamNation Now Imports Instagram, Lightroom, Flickr Photos And More

StreamNation Now Imports Instagram, Lightroom, Flickr Photos And More

Keeping photos on Instagram, Facebook, iPhoto, Google Drive, Google+, Flickr, Lightroom, Aperture, Picasa, Dropbox or OneDrive? Then you might like StreamNation, an app and service that collects them all together in one place.

What’s more, it also gives you 20GB of free storage to get started, and the upgrade rates aren’t so bad either.

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Tangent iPhoneography App Plagued By App Store Fakes

Tangent iPhoneography App Plagued By App Store Fakes

Pixite’s fantastic Tangent app gets a big update with v1.5, adding in a new “Urban Decay” pack that lets you point your iPhone camera at a building and have it crumble into rubble and dust, and then snap pictures as zombies and wild animals reclaim what us evil humans were only ever borrowing.

Wait, no. Urban Decay is a new set of fancy filters for grungifying your pictures. Just make sure you get the right Tangent app, as the developer has been plagued by a copycat who keeps putting fake versions of the app up on the store.

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Mega Cloud Service Adds PhotoSync And Background Uploads

Mega Cloud Service Adds PhotoSync And Background Uploads

Kim Dotcom’s Mega app for iOS now lets you auto-upload your photographs from your iDevice, just like Dropbox, Jottacloud and Google Drive. Only unlike those other cloud services, Mega comes with 50GB free storage, and jumps to 500GB when you sign up for the $11-per-month paid tier.

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Light Pad Turns Your iPad Into A Lightbox For Viewing Negatives And Slides

Light Pad Turns Your iPad Into A Lightbox For Viewing Negatives And Slides

Here’s a little squirt of nostalgia into the brains of our (slightly) older readers: it’s an iPad app called Light Pad HD, and it exists to help you view your film slides and negatives by turning your iPad into a light-box. Instead of having to find a brightly lit piece of wall, or a window without distractions behind it, you can just launch this $2 app and drop your film strips on top of the iPad’s screen and use its screen.

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PhotoScope- Browse Your Entire iPhoto And Aperture Libraries From Your iPhone Or iPad

PhotoScope- Browse Your Entire iPhoto And Aperture Libraries From Your iPhone Or iPad

How about an app which lets you view your entire iPhoto or Aperture library on your iPad, without syncing, and without having either of the Mac apps running? That’s PhotoScope, a $5 universal app for iPad and iPhone which does just that.

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Build Your iPhone ‘Lensbaby’ With An Old CCTV Lens

Have you switched over to an iPhone full-time for your photography, and yet you desperately miss your Lensbaby or other tilt-shift lens setup? Then take a look at this great DIY project from Maciej Pietuszynski that turns an old CCTV lens into a grungifying lens for any smartphone.

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Sony Adapter Puts QX Lens Camera On Your iPad

Sony Adapter Puts QX Lens Camera On Your iPad

Arguably, the iPad needs an external camera add-on more than the iPhone, stuck as it is with a previous-gen camera and features. And Sony seems to agree. Now it will sell you an adapter that puts one of its neat QX lens cameras onto any table (or phablet, I guess).

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Faith, An Amazing Lightweight Speedlight Stand From The Maker Of Lollipod

Faith, An Amazing Lightweight Speedlight Stand From The Maker Of Lollipod

When I reviewed the Lollipod iPhone tripod, I mentioned that the super-light support would also make a great portable lighting stand. It seems I wasn’t the only person to notice this, and now the folks behind the Lollipod have added the Faith Speedlight stand to their lineup. And man, it looks every bit as well-thought-out as the original Lollipod.

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Image Blender 2 Now As Beautiful As The Photos It Produces

Image Blender 2 Now As Beautiful As The Photos It Produces

Image Blender is one of my favorite iOS apps. It’s a single-purpose tool that lets you combine two photos by stacking them and choosing the blend mode to get the effect and the opacity you want. If you ever wanted to take a photo and make it look like it was printed onto an old sheet of paper, or to, uh, make an astronaut sit in front of a pile of red sand, then Image Blender is for you.

And now Image Blender 2 is for you, too. The update adds some good functionality, but the best part is that – thanks to an iOS 7 makeover – it no longer looks horrible.

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Booq’s Python Mirrorless Bag Carries Camera And iPad Mini

Booq’s Python Mirrorless Bag Carries Camera And iPad Mini

If somebody were designing a camera bag just for me, it would probably look a lot like the Python Mirrorless from Booq. It’s small, but holds just what you need, and is designed to carry a mirrorless-sized camera, an iPad mini and a few accessories, form a paper notebook to a spare lens to your house keys.

It’s also $80, which in the realm of camera bags is roughly equal to free.

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