This app combines your camera with a photo editor and collage maker, letting you optimize your shots before you share them.
Learn about everything from ISO to exposure compensation in a clear and concise language anyone can understand.
Fuzel collage lets you combine as many shots as you’d like in a vast array of templates.
Getty Images Streams lets you browse their extensive catalog of images – and download and save ones that are applicable to what you’re working on.
Vemory automatically scans your digital photos, putting together the best ones.
The Photo Sphere Camera app lets you create 360 degree images and publish them on Google Maps.
Does whomever pushes the button own the selfie?
The Shutter app can help you free up space on your phone, automatically syncing your photos with unlimited cloud storage.
Some of the most dramatic pictures are the ones that blend color and black and white. Color Splash lets you easily achieve this effect on your phone’s camera.
Carousel by Dropbox (the cloud storage company) lets you keep all of your digital photos in a single location, accessing them from any device.
Organizing your digital photos can be a nightmare. Tidy makes the job easier.
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FLTR is a smartphone photography magazine that not only keeps you up to speed on the latest advances, but highlights the best pictures from subscribers.
You’ve seen plenty of filters for your photos – but how about one that turns your shots into watercolors? Waterlogue pulls it off.
Printic lets you select digital photos, print them out in the style of an old Polaroid shot and mail them to whomever you’d like.