May 12

In the pictures above and below you can see a photo comparisons from all iPhone version cameras taken with Camera+ (First generation iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, the iPhone 4S, and the new iPhone 5) in different situations showing the original photo and a detailed view (zoomed to 100%) of each photo. It’s clear from the detail shots that the iPhone 5 produces sharper photos with more accurate white balance, contrast, and saturation. » Photos Comparisons Show iPhone Camera Improvement Over Time

Nov 22

This photo-enhancing tool is actually an aircraft-grade aluminum case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that boasts dual tripod mounts — one for portrait and one for landscape — and a wheel attachment on the back that spins to put a high-quality glass fisheye, wide angle, or telephoto lens atop your iPhones existing optic, extending your photographic options well beyond the limits of your favorite app. » The iPhone Lens Dial: Adds Three New Lenses To Your iPhone

May 26

Dot lets your iPhone capture immersive, fully navigable, panoramic video in real-time  – and share with friends on your phone, as well as on Facebook and Twitter, or streamed online using our awesome panoramic video web platform and player. More information at Kickstarter.

May 20

HDR Artist gives you the easiest and fastest way to create the best HDR effect photos from just a single image. No need for multiple exposure shots or raw files, just one single JPG image is enough to create gorgeous HDR effect photos (The application also supports PNG, Tiff, and other popular image formats). HDR Artist is also able to automatically enhance your dark/dull images by intelligently lighting up each pixel to an individually differentiated level. As the entire photo is processed, and parts are lightened up, the details in highlights are not overexposed or blown out, thus HDR Effect will deliver stunning images, even for those images which were originally very dark and unusable. » HDR Artist: Easiest Way To Create HDR Effect Photos

Jan 09

iphone_camera_icon-1The camera on the iPhone is pretty good and takes clear photos outside. But when you are in a dark room all you get is a way too dark picture. Maybe the next iPhone will solve this problem by adding a flash LED to the camera. There are rumors that Apple signed a contract with Philips to order LED camera flash components. » New iPhone Gets 5MP LED Flash Camera?

Jan 03

snappy 2With Snappy 2.0 you can snap photos without exiting your currently running application. Snappy 2.0 will add a snap button to every application that has a status bar. That means that you can even snap photos directly from you lockscreen. They say that you can shoot photos 6 times faster then the build-in camera application. Simply tap and hold the status bar and you are ready to go. When you exit the camera again you are back to your running application. Snappy 2.0 only costs $1,99 in the Cydia store. Check out the video below to see Snappy in action.

» Create Your Photos Fast With Snappy 2.0 [Jailbreak]