Wow, so many amazing photo apps this month. This one is focused on proper exposure of your photos. You can add gorgeous, film-inspired tones, adjust crop, exposure, sharpness, vibrance & vignette for even higher brow compositions. Add more filters/presets vis in-app purchase and of course share to social media of choice.
Its like instagram but for foodies and chefs. Share your amazing food creations, then show how to make them in beautiful photo form, step by step.
A great conceptual art clock app where the three hands: one for seconds, minutes and hours are tracking still images spread out over the construct of the clock face in realtime. You can also either share your own stream or view another remote stream in app as well.
We love the simplicity of this app, the aesthetic presentation and UI are modern and minimal yet refined. Make your own ‘accidental’ photo journal with one photo at a random moment every day. This reminds us of the Rando app from UsTwo, but, with bit more structure and you can print your journals out too!
If you ever wanted to convert your photos to manga, this app is the one you should use. Its not only nicely designed, but its fantastic filtering makes any portrait a unique japanese comic style in seconds. Lots of templates/filters and sharing to social media is of course included.
The notable folks at Hipstamatic just released an app to create beautiful short films. You can record multiple short clips and then transform them into amazing short motion pictures with familiar high quality filters. Your grainy film-like videos can be shared straight to Instagram, Vine or Facebook. If you want more filters you can buy them via their app store.
A simple and modern feature-rich app to scan important documents and quickly find and share them later (uploads to Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote or Saves as PDF). It Uses a special high data density capture technology to provide large size previews ensuring you can see the most minute detail of any document scanned.
Simply point your camera at an image (or load one saved in your photo library) and the app will instantly extract a series of colors as you pan around your scene. How awesome is that for color palette research?! Share your palettes via Twitter, email or log-in to Adobe Creative Cloud to view in Adobe Illustrator CC as well.
This app snaps three separate superimposed images of your subject and overlaps them in three distinct colors to accent the moving elements. Its a well documented photo technique that Bob Harris at Kodak originally invented.
One of the more professional focused mobile camera apps which enables you to custom configure a host of filters, share and exchange via their online community (integrated in app). Shoot using 'real' exposure compensation, then immediately edit via a host of advanced tools. once you create the perfect filter you can send it to your friends via Twitter, text or email.