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Instagram Builds Impressive Photo Editing Features Into Major Version 6.0 Release

Instagram Builds Impressive Photo Editing Features Into Major Version 6.0 Release | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Instagram just released its most significant update since the social photo sharing app enabled video sharing, adding a slew of photo editing features that bring the app in step with other major photo capture and editing apps like VSCO Cam.
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Instagram's latest update brings a variety of new editing tools and filters, as well as improvements in speed. Click the article to find out more about the new features in this latest release.

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Litely Brings Subtle, Film-Inspired Presets to Your Mobile Photography

Litely Brings Subtle, Film-Inspired Presets to Your Mobile Photography | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it


"Created by Cole Rise, an avid photographer and creator of presets, in collaboration with Sam Soffes, an iOS developer who has worked for the likes of Hipstamatic, Incredibooth, and Over, this filter application is built from the ground up with cleanliness and minimalism being its bread and butter.

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Litely is the latest filter photography application that promises to offer smartphone users a new way of capturing and editing their photos. Take a look at the article for more information about the many features included in this app release.

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3 Best Photo Apps For iPhone That You Will Love - The Fuse Joplin

3 Best Photo Apps For iPhone That You Will Love - The Fuse Joplin | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"Most of the world’s best photographer use editing apps to create the perfect pictures. Modern photo editing apps do so much more than crops pictures; they can take an average picture and turn it into something magical."

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In the age of apps and smartphone photography, having the right app at your disposal can mean the difference between taking a good photo and a great photo. If you're looking for the next best photo editing app for your smartphone, this article will point you to three of the best.

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The Best Photography Apps For Android: 2014 Edition

The Best Photography Apps For Android: 2014 Edition | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
The camera in your Android device can vary from exceptional to terrible, depending on the model of phone you own, and even the version of Android you’re running. Luckily, there are lots of apps to help you make the most of the camera you have, and even help you take, edit and share better photos. Here are some of the best.
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The google play store is filled with a plethora of camera apps, all of which do pretty much the same thing. If you're trying to decide which camera app to download next, this article will point you in the right direction.

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2013: The Year in Photo Apps | iPhone.AppStorm

2013: The Year in Photo Apps | iPhone.AppStorm | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Everyone enjoys taking pictures, as taking a photo is how many choose to capture a moment or memory in digital form. The iPhone — and, by extension, iOS as a platform — has quickly become one of the most popular ways to take these photos. Apple has included industry-leading optics in their devices since the iPhone 4. More importantly, Apple has focused on the software side of their solution, making a solution where tech specs take a back seat to the processing techniques in iOS. Let’s take a look back at the year through the lens (pun intended) of photography.
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It's officially 2014, and what better way to start the year than with a look at how far smartphone photography has come in the past year. This article offers some valuable insight into the photo apps, hardware, and software that changed the way we captured photos in 2013.

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Apps that zap zits, whiten teeth and airbrush to ‘perfection’

Apps that zap zits, whiten teeth and airbrush to ‘perfection’ | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"A new breed of photo editing app, including Pixtr (pictured), is gaining popularity as people seek to digitally doctor their selfies so that they can look better online.


While photo retouching technology has long been available in expensive computer packages and used in fashion magazines, the rise of free photo editing apps has enabled more people to make their selfies picture perfect."

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If you've ever wanted to airbrush your photos, this article will show you some popular airbrush apps you can use to turn your regular pictures into magazine-worthy images. Whether you're trying make your selfies look better or want to enhance your facial features, these apps will let you do just that.

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Popular ‘Instagrammer’ Dan Rubin gives you the rundown on how to be a mobile photography pro

Popular ‘Instagrammer’ Dan Rubin gives you the rundown on how to be a mobile photography pro | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"One of the best ways to improve your smartphone photos is to introduce some apps to your workflow that expand your phone's photographic capabilities."

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This interesting article shares some useful tips about smartphone photography from instragram photographer, Dan Rubin. If you're curious about the tools photography pros use to capture interesting photos, this article is for you.

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5 apps to easily move photos from your phone to your PC | PCWorld

5 apps to easily move photos from your phone to your PC | PCWorld | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Smartphones are great for snapping pics and getting photos off your devices and onto your PC is even easier.
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When it comes to transferring pictures from your smartphone to PC, there are a variety of options you have. This article points you to five apps you can use to easily move your photos from your phone to your PC.

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30 Instagram Photographers to Follow Now :: Blogs :: List of the Day :: Design :: Paste

30 Instagram Photographers to Follow Now :: Blogs :: List of the Day :: Design :: Paste | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Since many pros don’t use searchable hashtags, we've compiled a list of 30 professional photographers over ten categories (in no particular order) to highlight the best Instagram has to offer to kick off 2014.
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If you think Instagram was only for selfies, these photos will you show that isn't the case. These photos are taken by some of the best photographers on Instagram and will add a new level of interest to your photo feed. You can follow these photographers by clicking on the links in the article.

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The Best Photography Apps for iPhone: 2014 Edition

The Best Photography Apps for iPhone: 2014 Edition | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
The iPhone has a fantastic camera, but to truly get the best experience, you want to grab a few extra apps. Here's what every iPhone photographer can use in their toolkit.
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Find your next favorite photography app from this year's list of the top camera apps. If you recently bought an iPhone and want to start taking awesome pictures with it, this article is a good place to start looking.


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4 Essential Apps for Mobile Photo Editing

4 Essential Apps for Mobile Photo Editing | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Many photographers experimenting with smartphone editing have realized that it's almost impossible to find one single app that does everything you want. Instead, it is more effective to rely on a workflow of multiple apps, selectively using specific tools from each. Be careful though. Too many re-saves and an image can lose quality as it is compressed over and over. Try not to save the image more than twice over if you can help it.
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When it comes to photo post-processing, apps have taken over. From adding vintage filters to enhancing specific elements of a photo, you can do anything with the right app in your hands. This article highlights 4 must-have apps for photo editing.

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