Lensical is a nifty iOS app that can take "normal" photos and do totally bizarre and sometimes disturbing things with them. We totally dig it. Here's why.» Read Article
If you've ever looked at a photograph of yourself and thought that you'd look great as an artist's charcoal rendering -- or maybe just wanted to remove a blemish here and there, or find out what you might look like as a cartoon character -- then you might be interested in a little app called Repix.
If you're a compulsive shutterbug but a picky editor who spends way too much time weeding out all those undesirable blurry pics, Flic may be the ideal app for you.
Add "viewability" to your Android photo roll with this popular and free smartphone photo app.
Already an insanely popular camera app, Camera Plus from Global Delight Technologies has been revamped specifically for iOS 8.
When it comes to measuring the all-important bang-for-buck ratio, you may find Camera ZOOM FX by Androidslide is worth a lot more than the nominal download fee.
Vhoto -- Photos from Video is an iOS app that pretty much puts your internal photographer on auto pilot, with cool results.
Mirror Photo: Editor & Collage is a fun app that lets you add dynamic effects to your pictures.
You probably heard about the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Find out what's so special about these new smartphones from an imaging perspective.
Today, we take a closer look at Hyperlapse from Instagram to find out if it lives up to the hype.
Fragment can turn a snapshot into a literal work of abstract art.
Originally only available on Android, Google's Photo Sphere now allows iOS users to see what all the fuss is about, in stunningly immersive, 360-degree clarity.
Today Carson Optical Inc. introduced the LensMag ML-515, a high powered magnifier for you iPhone 5 that produces intense macro images.
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