If you open the iOS camera, then view the Cameral Roll, press either volume up or down buttons to quickly switch to the camera. I check my camera roll frequently while taking pictures, and using the volume buttons to get back to shooting is handy and faster than pressing the on screen Done button. [thanks Gerard […]
KitCam for iPhone, my favorite photo and video app by a mile, keeps a copy of your original photos even after you edit and apply lenses, film, and frames. When you share one or more photos, tap the gear icon at the top of the share menu to choose between sharing the original (unedited) “master” […]
If you open Pixemator‘s Effects Browser (⌘-3 or View > Show Effects), you can view a live preview of what each effect can do by mousing back and forth across its swatch. Pixelmator is available in the Mac App Store.
If Tumblr photos in your Dashboard contain EXIF metadata, you can flip the photo over with a slick animation to view camera model, ISO, aperture, exposure, and focal length. Premium theme designers can also embed this information into your live Tumblr website.
Select a photo in iOS’s Photos app, tap Edit, then the crop button at the bottom. As you drag the crop boundaries, Photos will automatically zoom in on the image to give you the best view and make fine-tuning your crop much easier. [Note: I have no idea why YouTube is mangling the aspect ratio […]
When adding faces in iPhoto, the selection box resizes from its center by default. If you would rather resize the face selection box from its corner, simply hold the Option key. When you drag a corner of the box, it will resize from the opposite corner, just like when making selections or drawing objects in […]
When you apply a filter in FX Photo Studio for iPhone or FX Photo Studio HD for iPad, an app that has roughly four kajillion effects, you can learn trivia instead of just stare at a silly progress bar. Bonus tip: you can not only use multiple filters on the same image, you can save them […]
Camera+ 3.0 gains lots of little touches Camera+ 3.0 is out with a ton of great new features and little touches. MacStories has a lengthy review of the new version, and while there are a bunch of new features I won’t round up here, there are lots of great little touches like: VolumeSnap is back […]
Photo edits made on iOS appear as reversible, non-destructive adjustments in Aperture Finer Things in iOS: iOS 5 brought some basic editing features to the Photos app. Select any photo, tap Edit, and you have options to rotate, enhance, remove red eyes, and crop. These changes are also reversible, as you can tap back into […]
Photo edits made on iOS appear as reversible, non-destructive adjustments in Aperture iOS 5 brought some basic editing features to the Photos app. Select any photo, tap Edit, and you have options to rotate, enhance, remove red eyes, and crop. These changes are also reversible, as you can tap back into that photo at a […]