Posts Tagged ‘iPad’

Greenpeace Photography App

To coincide with their 40th anniversary, Greenpeace has released an app showing 30 of their most thought provoking images. More importantly, you will learn the motivation behind many of their missions. The app is free to download, so there’s nothing to lose (and knowledge to gain).

“Light It” Digital Magazine by Scott Kelby

Scott Kelby has started a digital magazine called Light It. The premiere issue, which features 50 color pages dedicated to the subject of lighting, is free to download. I’ve already grabbed a copy and will be checking it out tonight. The initial ratings are favourable, so if you are looking to improve your lighting techniques, why not give it a shot? Please note this is an iPad only app.

PopBooth App Mails You Real Photobooth Prints

The Postagram folks are at it again, this time, with photo booth prints. Their upcoming iPhone and iPad app, PopBooth, will allow you to take photos on your device and share them with friends online. The cool part is that you will have the option to order prints as well. Within 3-5 days, you will receive physical prints of your PopBooth photographs. (Assuming the postal service isn’t on strike :P)

iPad 2 Telescope Lens

I guess it was only a matter of time considering the plethora of add ons for the iPhone. The iPad 2 telescope costs $26 and reportedly has 6x zoom. I don’t think many people use their iPad’s cameras often, but this might make a nice gift for someone out there.

Weekly Photo Links

We`re not able to post every story on our website, so every Sunday, we will list some interesting photography related links.

Apple Special Event – WWDC 2011

The World Wide Developers Conference took place yesterday and Apple introduced, among other things, Mac OS X Lion, iCloud, & iOS 5. Hit the jump to see a list of the new photography related improvements, which are in my opinion, very significant.

Cream App Shows You Interesting Nearby Photographs

You may recall we recently posted about an iPhone app called Color, which received a lot of negative attention. Another similar app was released just this week, but the principle is a lot better in my opinion. The Cream app allows you to take photographs and upload them to channels, which you can share with your friends, or the whole world. Not only does Cream show you photos that were taken nearby, it also shows you the best ones since all photographs are rated by users. It’s free to download, so why not give it a try!

National Geographic App on Sale for 48 Hours

For the next 48 hours or so, the National Geographic 50 Greatest Photographs app is on sale for $1.99 (down from $4.99). If you are interested in the stories behind some of the magazines most popular images, then it might be worth the purchase. Be forewarned however, there are full size advertisements within the app, despite the fact you have to pay for it. Tsk Tsk NG.

Piclings Game Let’s You Use Photographs as Levels

Piclings is a new video game that has a very cool concept. Using the camera on your iPad or iPhone, you can take photographs and use them as the level in which you play. Not sure what that means? Watch the video after the break.

Weekly Photo Links

We`re not able to post every story on our website, so every Sunday, we will list some interesting photography related links.