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A leading blog about iPhoneography
A leading blog about iPhoneography

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ProCamera has just been updated, with new improved HDR and low light improvements. We review the latest ProCamera update and see how the new features stack up.
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Microsoft gets into the selfie game with their new iOS app, Microsoft Selfie. Here's our review.
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Here are the top 10 iPhone photo news stories we covered on Life In LoFi in 2015.
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Need to reinstall a previous version of an app for iPhone or iPad? Here are four ways you can try. Our classic post completely rebuilt.
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Slick new update for low-light camera app NightCap Pro. New settings to photograph stars, meteors, and even the International Space Station with your iPhone.
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We review Focus for iPhone, a great new manual camera replacement app that gives your iPhone camera precise control over exposure, white balance, and, well, focus.
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Adobe Post is the software giant's new app for everyone else for creating stunning pictures for social media. We've got all the details.

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I like Red Dot Camera. If you’re looking for a camera app that lets you override how the camera wants to take your photo, Red Dot Camera is definitely worth a look. Functionally, it’s similar to Manual or Pure Shot, but with fewer features. The tools you need are still here and at your fingertips. The tradeoff is a much simpler, less cluttered interface that won’t get in the way of your shot, which is how I like my camera apps.
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PhotoWall+ is a fun way to share holiday photos at your party. Mel martin takes a look at this iOS/AppleTV 4 app combination.
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Recently, iPhoneographer magazine spoke with Glyn Evans, founder and publisher of The iPhoneography Blog. We've got highlights here.
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