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Apple’s latest iPhone photo contest asks for your best Night mode images

Apple’s latest iPhone photo contest asks for your best Night mode images

Apple is inviting all iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max owners to cross over to the dark side for its Night mode photo contest. Entries are open until January 29, with winners announced on March 4.

Vertical panoramas are the iPhone camera’s hidden jewel

Vertical panoramas are one the iPhone’s best tricks. You already know how to shot them, but here are some tips to make them great. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Halide brings Deep Fusion-style photo processing to older iPhones

Smartest Processing is a Halide's version of Deep Fusion. It even works on older iPhones. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

How to remove the background from your Portrait photos

Use the Focos app to remove backgrounds from your Portrait mode photos with a simple slider. Then you can save them as transparent PNGs. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
How to Take Great Photos with Your iPhone

How to Take Great Photos with Your iPhone

The post How to Take Great Photos with Your iPhone appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Sandra Roussy. Camera phones have certainly come a long way. A few years ago it was

Pixelmator Photo first impressions: An amazing iPad image editor [Review]

Pixelmator Photo is here, and it’s pretty amazing. Easy to use and yet powerful, it’s good for enthusiastic amateurs and high-level pros. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Portrait mode remains miraculous — but frustrating — on iPhone XS [Opinion]

The iPhone XS Portrait Mode revolutionized mobile photography, but it’s often frustrating to use, fickle, and unreliable. But if you want to taker portraits with your iPhone, tough. You have little

Hyperspektiv 2.0 is the bestest, glitchiest photo filter app ever

Hyperspektiv was already the craziest, most creative photo filter app on iOS. Now, version 2 takes it into even more nutso territory. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Nizo blurs the lines between shooting and editing video

Nizo adds manual controls to the iPhone’s video camera, and mixes editing and shooting together. Making a beautifully-shot, edited, and scored movie is seamless. Check it out. (via Cult of Mac - Tech

Hyperspektiv app glitches up your photos and videos [Review]

Hyperspektiv is like no photo filter app you’ve ever seen. It’s glitchy, weird, unpredictable and amazing. A Hyperspektiv review. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Use this quick tweak to fix the iPhone XS’ flat photos

The iPhone XS’ photos auto-enhance button is way over the top, turning faces orange, and way too bright. Check out this built-in way to improve your photos without making them look like cartoons. (via

Halide adds a color histogram and even smarter Smart RAW

The best non-Apple camera app just got even better. Halide now has a color histogram, and even smarter Smart RAW. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

How to erase the background in your photos

Focos makes it easy to remove the background from any of your Portrait Mode photos, just by moving some sliders. You can even choose a new background image to insert. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and

How to fix up your janky Portrait Photos with Focos

Focos is the essential toolbox for editing Portrait Mode photos on the iPhone and iPad. Today we’ll use it to fix up glitches when you shoot glass, and other transparent objects. (via Cult of Mac -

Lightroom-busting Darkroom comes to iPad

iPhone-favorite Darkroom brings its great photo editing tools to the iPad, complete with a new library layout, keyboard shortcuts, and lots more. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple

This app reinvents how lighting works in iPhone photos

This post is presented by Indice, maker of the Apollo app. The photos you take are only as good as the lighting. That’s true no matter whether you’re using a top-of-the-line DSLR or an iPhone. The

Take stabilized video and charge your phone all at once [Deals]

Despite the great camera, taking great video with iPhone requires a few extra things. First, you’ll want something to reduce the shakiness of handheld video. Additionally, because the camera is a

Make sure you get copies of all your family’s photos this holiday season

Here are three great ways to grab the photos of your family’s iDevices this holiday season, wired and wireless, slow, fast, and faster. Let’s check them out. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture

How to import photos into 2018 iPad Pro

Importing photos into your new 2018 iPad Pro is as easy as plugging in an SD card reader. But there are some powerful hidden tricks that make it even easier. Check them out. (via Cult of Mac - Tech

Enable this great Shoot Mode with Siri Shortcuts to take pictures in peace

This Shoot Mode shortcut suppresses notifications and launches the Camera app, ready for some uninterrupted photo-shooting. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)