More iPhone Applications for Photographers

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: January 3, 2010

Category: General

Anyone who knows me is more than aware of how much I love using my iPhone to take photographs on an almost daily basis and with the ever growing number of applications being made available through the iTunes App Store editing and sharing them gets easier and easier. Two applications that I’ve been getting alot of use out of lately are Photoshop.com and Strobox.

Photoshop.com Mobile as the name suggests is Adobe’s contribution to editing applications for mobile phones and with a price tag of ‘FREE” it’s a must have.

As you’d expect it’s an incredibly easy App to use offering all manner of editing tools such as Exposure, Contrast, Soft Focus and a number of ‘one click’ Special Effects. Be warned though…it’s addictive. You can download it direct from the iTunes App Store here.

* To give you an idea of the kind of editing you can do with Photoshop.com Mobile here’s a ‘before’ & ‘after’ photograph I took using my iPhone of the nose cone of Concorde which took about a minute.

Strobox is an iPhone App’ for generating and sharing Lighting Diagrams.

For regular followers of this blog and for those who’ve attended some of the InSight Workshop ‘Testers’ over the past few weeks I’m sure will agree that my drawing skills leave alot to be desired when it comes to lighting diagrams, so this great little App has been very well received. An incredibly easy App to use, you can create lighting diagrams by placing all sorts of objects (camera, softboxes, people and so on …) and save them to show others or even email them all from within the App itself and again with a price tag of ‘FREE’ for any photographers out there who use lighting diagrams it’s a must. You can download a copy from the iTunes App Store by clicking here.

Enjoy ;o)

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1 Comment

  1. pravin netrekar

    Its an excellant tricks is being explained. Would like to know many more photograps tricks.

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