As a professional photographer, the iPhone and iPad can be excellent tools for your business. You are probably already aware that there's a lot of great apps out there focused on editing photos, but if we're being real, as a professional, you're not going to use them
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Instapuzzle for iPhone is a fun little game that cuts up Instagram photos into little square, scrambles them, and leaves it to you reassemble. The goal is to put the photo back together in as little moves and as quickly as possible. Instapuzzle lets you play with your own Instagram photos as well with those taken by your friends, ones you've liked, and ones from a featured tag (this is currently #hoops)
It's been said time and time again that the camera on the iPhone is an excellent camera. In fact, it's become such a popular camera that there's a whole genre of photography known as 'iPhoneography'
Since the day I got my first Mac, I have greatly disliked iPhoto. In theory, it's an excellent application, but in practice, it's a slow unstable mess. The Mac, iPhone, and iPad are all excellent devices for viewing and editing photos in and of themselves, but why is it nearly impossible for all three of them to work together
Let's take a good long look at this new BB10 device... We've had the quick video tour of the Q5 at BlackBerry Live 2013 , but let's take a closer look in this photo gallery. We've got shots of the white, black, and red version, but unfortunately the pink one was locked away under glass for the time being
Facebook for iPhone and iPad has updated with a new photo viewer button that lets you save, share, or set the photo as your profile pictures. Editing a place you're checking into on the iPhone has also been improved, and Events should load faster, now
Google brings storage for Gmail, Drive, and G+ storage into harmony, users get 15GB to store whatever they want
Google is unifying storage across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos.
Beyond having an odd sounding name, Oggl is the latest creation by the long serving team at Hipstamatic. The app just went live in the App Store, but at the moment it requires an invitation code to use -- though you can apply for one in the app.
Every year, for the last three years , I've asked Apple to consider what amounts to a Files.app and FilePicker control in iOS. It would be analogous to the Photos.app and ImagePicker control, but allow us to easily find, and easily open, all the documents we use on all our iPhones and iPads, every day