Best photo apps for photographers reviewed and rated
Best Photo Apps: Scoopshot
Having a smartphone by your side makes it easier than ever to capture a newsworthy shot.
With the aid of Scoopshot you can upload an image or video of breaking news, set your price and offer it for sale – Scoopshot only publishes shots for 48 hours to keep content fresh.
Journalists and media companies can view your profile and may send you tasks if you fit their requirements.
Download this photo app: www.scoopshot.com
Best Photo Apps: Foap
Have you ever fancied making some money from your photography? Submit your finest shots to the attractive Foap website where each is given a flat rate $10 (around £6.50) download fee.
However, Foap takes a 50 per cent cut of this, and to maintain overall content quality you’re forced to rate five photos from other members for each shot that you submit.
Uploading is also restricted to the Foap iPhone app, making it tricky to upload DSLR images.
Price: Free; earn $5 per image
Download this photo app: www.foap.com
Best Photo Apps: Percolator
Coffee-themed Percolator turns your photos into mosaics of circular bubbles for a beautifully unique stylised pattern effect.
Variable transparency and bubble size makes the effect as extreme as you like. Anything from a subtle bubbly overlay to full-on impressionist hallucination is possible.
Enough other customisation options are available to tweak your look without things getting baffling, and it’s all wrapped up in a slick and simple interface.
Download this photo app: www.percolatorapp.com
PAGE 1 – Best Photo Apps: ioShutterCam; Pop Camera
PAGE 2 – Best Photo Apps: Photosynth; Pro HDR; Hueless
PAGE 3 – Best Photo Apps: PhotoCalc; Canon Lenses; Blipfoto
PAGE 4 – Best Photo Apps: Scoopshot; Foap; Percolator
PAGE 5 – Best Photo Apps: Pashadelic; Awesomize; Shoot&Learn
PAGE 6 – Best Photo Apps: Alt Photo; TriggerTrap; Photography Week
PAGE 7 – Best Photo Apps: Adobe Photoshop Touch
PAGE 8 – Best Photo Apps: Blux Photo Pro
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on Friday, October 25th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Reviews.
Tags: camera phones, photo app