What does the new iPhone 6’s camera offer photographers? There were a few key upgrades to the most popular smartphone camera on Earth. We explain what they are…
Discover how Lightroom syncs both your photos and your adjustments with your iPad – you can even see your Collections in a web browser – using Adobe’s new Lightroom Mobile companion app.
What’s the new Lightroom Mobile app’s price tag? How big are the file sizes? In their latest guest post our friends at the blog Life After Photoshop answer all your burning questions.
Photo editing has really come far in a short amount of time. Photo apps for Android, iPhone and iPad have allowed a new generation of photographers to explore the limits of their creativity.
But there are photo apps for more than just photo editing. In this post we’ve rounded up some of the best photo apps designed with photographers in mind.
Adobe has announced that a new version of its Photoshop Touch software is now available for iPhone, iPod touch and Android smart phones.
Have you wondered how to do time lapse photography? All you need is your camera and some free time lapse software. Here’s how to do it.
The Triggertrap is designed to join forces between your smartphone and DSLR. But is it effective? Find out in our Triggertrap review.
Future Publishing’s photography magazines are now available on Nook and Google Play. To celebrate this they are offering some fantastic free trial offers…
Your mobile device is a great tool for photography. Whether you’ve got a mobile phone or a tablet, both can come in incredibly handy both for taking pictures or working with and sharing those you take on your “real” camera. We’ve already explored the best free Android photo apps for your mobile device. In this follow-up post we take a look at the photo apps for Android you’ll actually want to splash out on.
Your Instagram photos could soon be used by advertisers whether you want them to or not, according to changes in the photo-sharing website’s terms and conditions.