Best Photography iPhone Apps?
April 13, 2009 6:37 AM   Subscribe

Looking for good iPhone photography apps.

People like to hate on the iPhone camera but I've seen some good images taken with it. Please recommend the best apps you've seen for photography, image editing, and other picture-related apps for the iphone.
posted by waraw to Media & Arts (9 answers total) 9 users marked this as a favorite
 
I'll use my own question to recommend Flickit for putting pictures on Flickr, either from the camera roll or directly.
posted by waraw at 6:38 AM on April 13, 2009 [1 favorite]


I use Mobile Fotos for my iPhone/Flickr use. I'm not blown away with its awesomeness, but it seems to do the job just fine.
posted by Fleebnork at 8:04 AM on April 13, 2009


I like CameraBag. It does emulation of a toy cameras, polaroids, b&w, etc. And if you stack the filters, you get even stronger effects.
posted by statolith at 8:46 AM on April 13, 2009


Three do it for me - all making the camera behave they way it is - as a relatively low-rez capture device; and not a 10 megapixel camera.

1) CameraBag. God, I love the Holga and Lo-mo looks.
2) QuadCamera. 4-16 shots quickly composited. Loads of fun.
3) Darkroom - a low light iphone camera app that waits for the motion sensor to stop moving to try and limit blur in low light situation.
posted by filmgeek at 8:56 AM on April 13, 2009


Seconding Darkroom... and I know it is recommended by an employee of the NYC 5th Ave. Apple store (and by me, having used it on SO's iphone).
posted by hellogoodbye at 9:13 AM on April 13, 2009


Seconding CameraBag.
posted by ttyn at 10:00 AM on April 13, 2009


I recently downloaded FlashReady (simulates flash to brighten dark areas) and Cropulator. I've experimented a bit with both and am happy, though I haven't used them extensively yet.

I've also gotten QuickPic, which lets you use wifi to transfer photos from your iPhone to your computer. I got it for my Linux netbook, which doesn't recognize the iPhone USB-style. The app makes the photo available at a temporary URL; you go there with your browser and download with one click. Has worked so far but would get cumbersome with more than a handful of photos.
posted by PatoPata at 10:17 AM on April 13, 2009


Second to Darkroom and Camerabag and Quadcam.

Adding Pano for astonishingly seamless and fast panoramic stitching, as well as ColorSplash for selective desaturation and Photogene for on-device photo editing.

I also want to mention Memory Tree, a location-aware photo sharing app that I wished more people used. It's worth checking out, and the price is right (as in free).
posted by holycola at 12:52 PM on April 13, 2009


I use MobileFotos to browse flickr, and CameraBag on occasion to spruce up photos shot on the camera. Posting to Flickr can be done by email, and is probably the easiest route to take.
posted by chunking express at 12:00 PM on April 15, 2009


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