The Photo Guide: App Based Photography Learning For Our Generation

What do you do when you come across something related to photography that you don’t know? Maybe a new term or a technique you were previously unaware of? Chances are that you do what most people do when they don’t know something–you Google it. But when you do this you end up with a ton of extra things that may or may not be relevant, or even correct. The Photo Guide is an app for iOS that is designed to fix this problem by giving you access to photography education and learning in an app where you can be sure that you are not wasting your time searching through pages of junk websites to find the answer you were looking for. Continue reading…

Lightroom Mobile on iOS and Android’s Latest Upgrades Include Selective Brush

Adobe has been working to improve Lightroom Mobile in many ways, and today the company announced significant updates for both the iOS and Android versions of the app. Lightroom has always been sort of an interesting thing for photographers. On one hand, you have this powerful photo processor in your phone or on your tablet that can sync with your computer (assuming you use Lightroom). On the other, you have this sort of watered down version of the desktop app you (we are assuming) use on a regular basis. Continue reading…

The Tinder of Photography, Fstop.fm Launches New iOS App

The Tinder of the photographic industry has finally launched their own dedicated iOS app, making the model & photographer matchmaking service that much more enticing for creatives looking to collaborate while looking for alternatives to Facebook groups and Model Mayhem.

We reviewed Fstop.fm a while back when they launched their web app beta, and we generally found that we liked the service despite issues that come up with all new services, like few members and small bugs here and there. Among out biggest ‘asks’ for the service going forward was for a true mobile app to streamline and make use on mobile that much easier. Continue reading…