Posts tagged photography

There’s a new Media Browser in town, and it’s awesome

 Corduroy Code introduces Fileloupe 1.0 for Mac OS X - New Media Browser Most of the media viewers and organizers have gotten fat and sloppy. They’re as bad as Adobe, like a big fat person sitting on the sofa eating chocolates! But not Corduroy Code and their new Fileloupe 1.0 for Mac OS X. Fileloupe combines the features of a photo viewer, video player and document browser into a single, exceptionally fast application. Harnessing the power of Apple’s Quick Look technology, Fileloupe offers users one of the fastest ways to browse, view and share photos, videos, PDFs and documents.

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Seeking a replacement for Aperture

Graham K. Rogers wrote this series of articles on looking for a replacement.   Continue reading »

Cover for iPhone

Seoul, Korea – Taking photos, editing and sharing them is one of the things a huge number of people do on their iPhones for fun, especially when social media is concerned. Unfortunately, many of the photo editing choices available are quite shy of being fast and user-friendly. Limepresso, a new company in the market a small but dedicated independent studio, recently stepped up in an effort to solve this problem with the release of Cover 1.0 that makes creating fun photos quick and easy.   Continue reading »

Smart PDF Scanner Pro for iPhone

  Seattle, Washington – App studio, Qrayon has announced the immediate availability of Smart PDF Scanner Pro 1.0 for iOS, its new business app that turns your iPhone into a portable document scanner and organizer.   Continue reading »

Jeff, the GIF creating Mac app from Robots and Pencils

 Jeff, the GIF creating Mac app from Robots and Pencils Robots and Pencils is today pleased to announce the release of Jeff, a Yosemite Mac app that allows users to record their screen as a GIF and share it anywhere with Dropbox. Now any Mac user can visually share an idea in seconds.

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TrueHDR updated for iOS 8

MADE IN AMERICA Boston, Massachusetts – Pictional has announced the release and availability of TrueHDR 3.0, an update to True HDR, the iPhone/iPad app for high dynamic range (HDR) photography. TrueHDR‘s latest release is optimized for iOS 8, and has added capabilities including greatly increased dynamic range, user-adjustable exposure bracketing, live histogram preview, adjustable highlights/shadows, timer, and a composition grid. Continue reading »

Introducing Nav Camera: Photos and Movies with Geolocation Data Overlays

MADE IN AMERICA  Introducing Nav Camera: Photos and Movies with Geolocation Data Overlays Nav Camera uses the proven navigation, augmented reality, and image processing engines from Theodolite to create an app that focuses on photogaphy and video recording with data overlays. The app has been crafted with attention to detail, and benefits from over five years of development and testing heritage, along with real world usage by surveyors, geologists, architects, engineers, competitive sportsmen, first responders, military personnel, and search and rescue workers around the world.

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Atsumeru – The iOS GIF and Reaction Image Management App – Free Trial

  Aizuwakamatsu, Japan – Independent software developer, Sascha M Holesch has announced the newest update of Atsumeru for iOS, which had been approved for release in all regions. Atsumeru was made specifically to help users manage animated GIFs and other reaction images for private viewing as well as for later sharing with others.  Continue reading »

SuperPlayPosts Creates Custom Video Collages

Cupertino, California – iOS users looking for a versatile, yet easy-to-use photo and video editing solution can now get it from the App Store as the new app SuperPlayPost from developer Bich Tran.   Continue reading »

Corel’s After Shot Pro 2

Now that Apple has announced that the end of Aperture is near, some of the competitors are starting to get aggressive to address the pro users who need more than iPhoto and what we think will be in the new Photos app. Continue reading »

Studio Design 2.0 now available with live remix camera & more

 Studio Design 2.0 now available with live remix camera & more Studio 2.0 has been designed to help users create visuals they never thought they could with the power of remixing – reusing design layers created by other users. Users can remix designs in 2 taps with the new remix camera. Tapping ‘remix’ under any post of another designer launches its design layers over a live camera view. Anyone can design their life by snapping photos with the remix camera.

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Take Polaroid selfies with Polaroid Instant 3.0

MADE IN AMERICA Waltham, MA - Massachusetts based ThinkTime Creations has announced Instant 3.0, an update to its popular Polaroid photo app for Mac OS X. Instant app brings the magic of Polaroid Instant photos to Mac.   Continue reading »

The End of Photo365 Failure

Since its launch, the Learn Photo365 Photography assignment generator apps have been inspiring thousands of photographers around the world. Photographer, educator, and developer Noel Chenier is extremely excited to announce Version 2.0 of the apps feature an update that will put an end to the scourge of photographers everywhere-failure of their Photo 365 challenge.   Continue reading »

Studio Design 2.0

MADE IN AMERICA Salt Lake City, Utah – Studio 2.0 has been released as a free update on the iTunes App Store. The entire product has been redesigned to make designing, remixing and sharing easier for everyone.   Continue reading »

Stream your photos directly to the audience in slideshow

 New Scanning Slideshow ready for Photographers Indie developer, Chris Paveglio has solved a lot of problems for anyone who wants to put on a show of photo images just taken, with little or no muss and fuss! Scanning Slideshow 1.0.1 for Mac OS X is designed to display a slideshow of images, and to update the folder contents/images in the folder live.

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