Well, I actually think you can. I like taking pictures with my iPhone. It’s partly a practical thing, as it’s the camera I always have with me. More than that, though, it makes me see things differently. I see compositions, … Continue reading Can you really take proper pictures with a smartphone?
Lightroom for mobile has steadily evolved from a portable way to check out pictures in your Lightroom catalog into a powerful and useful sidekick for the desktop app, and the new Android and iOS versions make it more powerful still. … Continue reading Adobe Lightroom for mobile update July 2017
Affinity Photo, Serif’s professional photo-editing application, is now available for the iPad. It’s not the first time a software publisher has produced a mobile version of a desktop application – take Photoshop Express and Lightroom Mobile, for example – but … Continue reading Serif Affinity Photo for iPad review
Pixelmator is an interesting image-editing app for Mac and iOS that I’m always telling myself I should spend more time with. Well I did just that, finding an interesting use for the Pixelmator Kaleidoscope filter. Before we go any further, … Continue reading How to use the Pixelmator Kaleidoscope filter to create a mirrored landscape
Apple Photos is central to both the Mac OS and iOS devices. It’s a great way to keep all your photos to handy on all your devices, and it practically looks after itself – you add a photo on one … Continue reading How to duplicate pictures in Apple Photos
The way that certain cameras feel and work and operate lends them to a certain kind of photography. And for me, the iPhone is perfect for high-contrast, graphic black and white images. True, the image quality is some way short … Continue reading Learn better black and white photography – with your phone
Snapseed 2 is the latest version of Google’s free photo-editing app for mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, iOS and Android. It’s the mobile version of an application first made for desktop machines by Nik Software and then taken over … Continue reading Google Snapseed 2 review
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I am a huge fan of Google Snapseed. I’m not a huge fan of what Google has done with it, dropping the desktop Snapseed app and then the online Snapseed editing tools built into Google+ Photos. This has been replaced … Continue reading Did you know you can stack filters in Google Snapseed?
If you’ve got Lightroom Classic CC you’ve got an Adobe Creative Cloud account, and this means you can synchronise Collections of photos between the Lightroom catalog on your computer, your Lightroom online web space and your mobile device. If you … Continue reading How to use Lightroom online
Welcome to the third and final part of this mini-series about the Google+ Snapseed editing tools. In part 1 we looked at how to set up a Google+ account, upload pictures and create albums. In part 2 we showed how … Continue reading How to use the Google+ Snapseed editing tools – Part 3
Fans of the desktop version of Snapseed were mortified when Google acquired Nik Software and then discontinued their favourite program. But now it’s back, though in a different form. It’s now been integrated into the Google+ photo tools, so you … Continue reading How to use the Google+ Snapseed editing tools – Part 2