In This Chapter
Using Adobe Photoshop Express on your iPhone
Coloring with Mill Colour
Enhancing camera functions with Gorillacam
Correcting high-contrast photos with Pro HDR
Making panoramas the easy way with Pano
Exciting ways to display multiple photos in Diptic
Lightening with iNightShot
It certainly hasn't taken the App Store long to increase the number of applications to more than 225,000. Although not all of these apps are concerned with photography, currently, there are more than 400 photography-related apps!
In this chapter, I review a few apps that I find to enhance the iPhone photography experience. Sometimes, the app modifies and simplifies certain built-in operations; other times, the app provides capabilities the iPhone camera doesn't already have.
Perhaps the nicest part is that while there are many worthwhile commercial applications out there, I show you some free apps that may be all you need.
I can hear you. "Show me some apps that won't cost me anything." And that's a fine place to start. Here's a brief tour of a few of the most useful free photography-oriented applications out there.
Hard to believe this Photoshop app is free, but it is. The Adobe Photoshop Express application allows you to either work on a photo in your library or edit right after you take a new photo. ...