Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Randy Fuller iPhone Photography

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Favorite Photo Apps

Some of my personal favorite apps:

Photoshop Mobile
Best Camera
Cool fx

Plenty of other apps are designed to make your shots better after you take them:

FX Photo Studio
Photo fx
Photo Lab
Photo Makeover
Perfect Photo
Camera Bag
Camera Genius
Night Camera
Iron Camera
HDR Camera
Camera Plus
Apps to look for:

Photo Booth Classic Plus

Art Camera processes your shot into the painting style of various famous artists.

PhotoFunia offers a multitude of different scenarios into which you can put your own photos.

There are plenty of Photo Texting Apps, too

Nikon Learn & Explore is a photography tutorial right there on your iPhone.
makes a four-shot strip of snaps in the old "photo booth" style.
Social Apps

Access your favorite photo storage sites with Flickr, Photobucket,
Pixelpipe and PicasaFoto

There are also a number of apps which facilitate the sharing of your images through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

When people talk about the iPhone, it's always in superlatives - except when the talk turns to the camera.  The iPhone's camera may not be a world-class digital image maker, but with just a few of the photo and camera applications available in the iPhone App Store, you can really shake things up.
It's easy to improve the exposure of an image, alter the colors, make it antiqued or black and white, put a frame on it or just brighten it up a bit.  Stick a "thought bubble" in the shot or draw a moustache on your mother-in-law.  You can even change a run-of-the-mill picture into a work of modern art.
On the slideshow page, you can view my Flickr photostream.  I'll share some of my images and describe briefly how I altered them.  Just click an image that catches your eye to see the details. 

I hope you enjoy them, and I hope they inspire you to do a little experimenting with your own iPhone.

                                                                  Randy Fuller