There are hundreds perhaps thousands of photo and camera apps out there but most of the filters are already prepared for you. You just need to choose one to make a photo look as if it was taken by a professional photographer.
We've been waiting for Huawei to finally reveal the Honor 6 Plus and now that the smartphone is out, a lot of good reviews are coming out especially in terms of the camera. As we mentioned yesterday, the smartphone highlights a
One of the biggest challenges with taking good video and photos using your Android device in a dark room or environment is lighting. Most Android devices have a flash, but the flash on many of them isn’t that great. This is
We've previously talked about how as mobile photography becomes more advanced, people are also becoming even more nostalgic and fascinated with the printed photograph. Polaroid was the pioneer in instant photo printing and while
In an attempt to lure in the selfie crowd, India's Micromax has just announced the conspicuously named Canvas Selife. While not yet the Cyanogen-bearing smartphone, which will come via a different brand (YU), this one is still a
The Facebook-owned Slingshot photo-sharing app went international back in June and now we’ve some good news that a new version has just been released. Slingshot 2.0 wants people to share life as it happens, sharing real and raw
While browsing through your photos on your smartphone from your vacation or a night out with friends is always nice (and at times, entertaining), there are moments when you'd really love to have printed versions of your favorite
The Galaxy Note 4 might be Samsung's latest high-end contender but, for the first time after a long while, the OEM isn't bragging about its own camera technology inside. Instead, a recent teardown revealed that Samsung's best is
OPPO's Find smartphone line have been notable to be more camera oriented than its Chinese rivals but its new N series seems to be catching up quite a bit. Over at its Weibo account, the manufacturer has just teased a rather
A new app was recently released for Android that allows you to share photos between devices nearby without the need to connect to a social network. No need for emails too because the Xim app allows easy cross-device transfer.