Including cameras and supporting apps, I probably have 40-50 photography-related apps, with 30 of these on my iPhone right now! Our entire trip to Korea was captured using iPhones.
With a computer-based program like Adobe Photoshop, there are numerous features included in one piece of software. However, apps usually have one or two functions.
Below is a screen shot of the first set of apps. A brief description of each follows.
- PhotoSize. This simple, free app gives the dimensions of the selected photo.
- Flickr. This is the official app for the Flickr photo sharing and storing site. Upload multiple, full resolution photos.
- ColorSpash. Convert a photo to black-and-white while keeping selected areas in color.
- BeFunky FX. This app allows you to create effects such as cartoonizer, inkify, and grunge.
- Collage. Create a collage with multiple photos. The app allows you to arrange photos and even use a photo as a background.
- iQuikDof. Blur out selected areas to given a tilt shift or bokeh type of appearance where parts of the photo are out of focus.
- iWatermark. Add a text or graphic watermark to your photos. You can now compete with Olin Mills!
- PS Express. This app from Adobe is a basic photo editor.
- Strip Design. Create your own comic strips. I use the functionality of this app to quickly put multiple photos together when I don't need to artistically arrange them as with the Collage app.
- ComicBook. Similar to Strip Design, you can create comics. This app features several effects that resemble actual comics such as manga, sketch, and toon.
- SimpleResize. If you need to take photo and repixelate it, so that a 4x6 needs to be 8x12, this app will add in the extra pixels. Though not fancy or too precise, its basic functionality is good.
- Photogene. This is a basic photo editor that has several effects and the ability to auto correct photos.