In this article, we’ll be reviewing my top 10 iPhone and iPad apps for photographers. Smartphone and tablets also connect photographers to an expanding world of applications specifically designed to improve photography.
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1. Stuck On Earth
Stuck on Earth is a free app, A new kind of travel app that brings you the best places in the world to visit, photograph, and experience. It’s the ultimate app for explorers, photographers, and daydreamers.
PhotoSync allows you to wirelessly transfer your photos & videos between your iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC over your local Wi-Fi network. It also supports sending and receiving photos & videos to/from popular cloud & photo services, mobile storage devices and NAS.
The official iPhone and iPad app for 500px is here! Enjoy the world’s best photos right at your fingertips. Discover exhilarating landscapes, cutest moments of wildlife, striking portraits and more. Use your iPad as a photo frame to show amazing photos with music from your iTunes library.
4. VSCO Cam
VSCO Cam is the premier way to shoot, edit and share your photographs. VSCO Cam saves images in its internal camera roll, allowing non-destructive editing with film-inspired presets, split exposure and focus points when shooting, and adjustment tools.
AntiCrop is the application that you’ve always dreamed about but never thought possible. For the first time ever, you can uncrop photos on your iPhone or iPad.
6. Intellicast HD
Intellicast HD is free and provides you with a whole host of advanced weather features including radar, storm cell tracking, and one feature that makes it perfect for photographers.
iPhoto is a universal app that runs on iPad 2 or later and iPhone 4 or later. With iPhoto for iOS, Apple brings Multi-Touch to photography in a breakthrough way. Browse, edit, and share your photos from your iPad or iPhone, like never before – all the powerful tools you need are at your fingertips.
10. Fotopedia Heritage
There are many Fotopedia apps, but three of them spring to mind as being eminently useful to photographers; Heritage, Wild Friends, and National Parks. Heritage and Wild Friends are free, so download them now and get inspired!