If you’re looking for something a little different than Instagram, EyeEm might be worth a look.
The Wedding Party app lets guests log in through Facebook and share their photos taken during the wedding and reception.
Snapchat is kind of like a photographic instant messaging service, wherein the photo is only temporary, disappearing after 10 seconds.
The Incredibooth app takes a series of photos, displaying them in a strip, much like the photo booths that you’ll find at malls.
Book a photo session with one of these top Philadelphia children’s photographers to freeze a fabulous moment in time.
The iPhone has revolutionized the portable camera, but it has left one thing by the side of the road: the panoramic picture. Now 360 Panorama is working to bring it back.
TouchRetouch lets you replace and erase items in photos you take with your iPhone for just a buck.
Expectations for the 2012 creative scene in Philadelphia are high, but the spring and summer lineup of festivals will satisfy any art aficionado. Check out the top upcoming festivities to fulfill a serious, or just curious, art fix.
Ever wish you hadn’t zoomed in quite so close on something you were taking a picture of? The AntiCrop app can fix that.
As cameras improve on the iPhone, more and more people have taken an interest in improving their pictures. The Photogene2 app lets you.
Got ink in your printer? Then you can make quick gifts from your garden photos of your riotous roses, gorgeous geraniums or serene succulents.
A local arts organization is hosting Philly Photo Day this Friday. It’s a day where anyone can take a picture anywhere in Philadelphia and submit it for inclusion in an art exhibition.
Take fully panoramic pictures on your phone without any extra software with the Pano app.
As wedding season approaches, KYW Newsradio’s Michelle Durham spoke to local experts to get advice for couples who just got engaged. She asked questions about catering, wedding trends, lighting, photography and flowers, and they had some words of wisdom to share.
The exhibit features many photos and letters of Richardson Dilworth who, among a great number of other things, was mayor of Philadelphia from 1956 to 1962.