We’ve partnered up with our friends at Photojojo on a great new giveaway! Try your luck at a chance to win a prize pack fit for a mobile photographer or a DSLR enthusiast.
Capturing the perfect photograph is never easy. Even professional photographers have to take dozens of shots to land that perfect one. The lighting, color, balance, exposure, subjects, and compositions all need to be perfect. The chances of this happening are slim to none.
Modern mobile phones have given us the ability to snap a photo wherever, whenever. So many people don’t realize that they also give us the ability to make that photo perfect wherever, whenever — with photo editing apps. Here is a list of our favorite free photo editors (or almost free!) that are available on your mobile … Read more
If you’re a selfie fanatic or simply just into mobile portrait photography, Facetune is a definite download must! The app is a higher level editing tool, that allows you to tweak the look of the subjects in both portraits, and group photos. While Facetune is a bit trickier to get started with, it’s a great option for getting your images just right when you’re on the go.
When getting started the app will automatically give you an option to “try a demo photo”. Give it a go so that you can get better acquainted with all of the tools, and … Read more
The Winter White Photo Contest with our friends over at EyeEm came to an end last week, and the results are in! After pouring over the 2975 photo entries submitted by 1015 photographers, we’ve finally managed to narrow it down to three grand prize winners, and 25 runners-up. Each winner will receive a CanvasPop gift voucher, to create their own photo to canvas prints. We’re stoked to share the gorgeous winning photos with you!
In celebration of the winter season, we asked EyeEm users to submit their photos of anything that’s white. From the snow blanketing your neighbourhood, to … Read more
The iSight is the brainchild of Apple’s continuous innovation in terms of shooting and imaging prowess. This has led to “iPhoneography,” a term coined referring to the art of creating a photograph using an Apple device. But with the birth of the new iPhone, the ball game of creating masterpieces has shifted from quantity to quality.
For a stunning mobile photograph, the page of iPhone 5S on O2 suggests to use the improved larger pixel, and new features such as the Burst Mode, True Tone Flash, and the Slo Mo. In this post, we’ll highlight tips to help you fully … Read more
UPDATE: Our photo contest with EyeEm has now ended. Congratulations to all of our winners! To view each of the winning photo entries, please click here. Stay tuned for more great contests and giveaways.
We’ve teamed up again with our good friends at EyeEm, on an awesome new photo contest! EyeEm is a free photo sharing app for your mobile device, with an incredibly talented and diverse community. The app allows you to edit, and add cool filters to your photos before you share them to their growing social network. Here are the details on how we’re … Read more
Afterlight by Simon Filip is one of the top photography apps on iTunes at the moment. After playing around with it the last couple of days, we can definitely understand why. The app is chock full of useful features, it’s easy to navigate, and really well laid out.
Getting started is the same as most other photo editing apps. Once you fire it up you’ll be presented with the option to take a photo with the in app camera, or to grab a photo from your camera roll. Once you have your photo chosen, you can get down to business.… Read more
If you’re looking for some new gear to step up your mobile photography game, look no further than the Lollipod. A brand-spanking new product, the amazing Lollipod functions as a tripod, monopod, boom, lighting stand, and selfie stand. That’s what we call a lot of bang for your buck!
The creators have made the stand as easy to use, and portable as possible. It’s compact, light weight, and fits into a carrying case that you can loop on your belt. It’s compatible with multiple devices including your smart phone, GoPro, smaller sized camera, strobes, or even video lights. The … Read more