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One of the things I struggle with is organizing my cell phone images. On my iPhone, I can set up galleries or streams but I don’t always use them. QuickPics is offering a solution to tag and organize your mobile photos, and so far I love where they’re heading. With hundreds, if not thousands, of […]

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Editor’s Note: PhotoPills is 50% off today only — November 29, 2013 All I can say is that PhotoPills is the single most useful photography app on the planet, and I highly recommend it. Here’s a link to their website. Want to hear more? Ok. I’ll start with the only two downsides, and they are […]

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When using ND filters, you can’t get away from doing a little bit of math to figure out what your exposure will be. Cameras cannot calculate exposure beyond 30 seconds, so you need to find other ways to figure out the time for longer exposures. I use the NDTimer app with my iPhone to calculate my long […]

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There are a lot of image editing apps out there, from free to expensive you’ll find a wealth of choices.  Flare (from Iconfactory) repeats what a lot of tools can do, but has some standout features that really make it shine. The app is currently Mac-only. It can be set as an external editor for iPhoto, […]

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I’m always on the lookout for affordable apps that do cool things.  Well I’ve found another one, PicFrame that makes Photo Collages simple.  The app sells for 99¢ and is available for Mac, iOS, Droid, and Blackberry (it seems the developer hasn’t gotten around to Windows or Windows Phone). The app is very straightforward (although […]

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You’ve probably heard Scott Bourne insist that all camera owners should read their camera manual from cover to cover.  While I agree with his opinion that this is the best way to learn about your investment in gear, it isn’t always practical.  After all, the manual takes up space and adds weight in your camera […]

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