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.
Nikon was the first major camera manufacturer to introduce a compact camera powered by the Android operating system, announcing the Nikon S800c shortly before the Samsung Galaxy Camera was revealed. Here Amy Davies of our testing team takes a look at what the Nikon Android camera has to offer in our Nikon S800c review.
The iPad is a fantastic tool for photographers, with many uses ranging from a showcase for your best images to image manipulation. There’s a huge number of useful iPad photo apps you can download to make it an even better experience, and what’s more all of those applications featured in this list are completely free.
Although probably not quite as ubiquitous as the iPhone or iPad, there are nevertheless plenty of hot Android photo apps that are just as good as those designed for Apple devices. And the good news is, there’s lots of great apps photo apps for Android that cost you nothing at all to download – here we take a look at the best of the free apps currently available.
With more and more photographers using tablets and smartphones to pursue their hobby, even the most ardent purists are learning the word ‘apps’. We took six of the most popular photography apps for iPad and iPod Touch and put them to the test to see how well they really help photographers.