Aviary has been around for a while with online editing tools for while including photo editing and music editing or creation. The Android app has been available as plugin, such as the background tools for PicPlz or as a "standalone plugin" which was only usable through the share menu.
Today Aviary released its own app available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7! Yes, its own app! On first look you get a cool way to view your gallery (needs some consideration to scroll a camera roll one by one with a swipe), options to customize how the editing tool bar is setup (move contrast, brightness, crop and effects to the front of the list for example), a small set of original effects (the downside is not being able to choose if the effect uses a border or not; Instagram is better at this) and three other sets of effects you have to pay $0.99 to add. The best part is being able to save your images in a high resolution with a maximum of 12 megapixels!
If you are looking for a simple image editor with light image adjustment controls, Aviary is a great option. Seasoned mobile photographers may not find the app as a creativity booster, however, its a tool to have in teh wings when you want full resolution and simple process flow. Happy Editing! -Nakeva
For those new to taking photos with smart phones, here are a couple of “how-to” and “tips” sites that may be helpful. I've culled the list to these because they don't presume user expertise, are inclusive, come from those who ...
"What I love about iPhoneography is that it is expressed in so many ways, but I also really love the spontaneity that it offers, in all types of situations. Your iPhone is always in your pocket and it is such a versatile tool. I love the fact that you can instantly recreate the mood you’re experiencing on the spot." - Erik Beck
back to the #old days , what’s the #song in your head? #photography #iphonesia #iphoneography #instagram #design #lamp #vintage (Taken with instagram) (Photo: back to the #old days , what’s the #song in your head?
Marc tells me that "Promotr is a professional tool for getting more views on Flickr", so whether you're a Pro, Semi Pro or Amateur photographer, or like many of us, an iPhoneographer, Promotr can save you a lot of time and ...
The Mobile Photography Group's Misho Baranovic, shares tips with iPhoneography photographers to boost streetphotography. Interesting that his app of choice is ProCamera. The screenshots show precision and a thought process really no different than handling a DSLR. the tips offered, such as shoot when the light is good, any mobile photographer can keep in mind. Street Photography in any medium is a matter of timing adn confidence whether with a mobile device or full out DSLR. Rock these tips! -Nakeva
iPhoneArt.com launches LA Mobile Arts Festival in Santa Monica - August 18-26 ...San Francisco Chronicle (press release)What better city than Los Angeles - home to a panoply of world class visual effects and digital artists, and to Silicone Beach,...
Sky Fountain by James Campbell Effects: Saturation, crop, and Atlantic Beach...
James submission for the FX Photo Studio Exhibition. Also check him out at http://www.instantdc.com. He is a local pioneer in mobile photography and has found a way to build a community around his creativity. Embracing iPhoneography and mobile photography! - Nakeva
Varsity Online“The iPhone is My Medium...The Studio is My Pocket”Varsity OnlineThe technologist has been doing iPhoneography since 2009 when she acquired her first i-Phone. “I used the camera like everybody else”.
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