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Apps for iPad/iPhone: Photo Apps

iPad and iPhone apps to enhance teaching and learning

Photo editing apps

PhotoForge2

True layers support means you can now composite multiple photos into amazing works of art. Unparalleled powerful tools like curves and levels allow you to manipulate your photos with ease.

Photogene for iPad

Main features: 
- Full featured photo editor: crop, straighten, color adjustments (including histogram and curves), sharpen and denoise, retouch tools (dodge/burn, heal, localized effects and more). 
- Export or upload several photos at once. Photogene supports a wide selection of export destinations, including Flickr, Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, FTP and e-mail.
- Special effects: center focus, tilt-shift, vignette, frames, reflection, text boxes and much more.
- Presets: large collection of predefined presets. Instantly give your photo a new look and then tweak it yourself. 
- Collage maker: combine several photos into one piece of art using a variety of templates. 

360 Panorama

Take stunning 360 panoramas everywhere. 360 Panorama turns your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into a full featured 360 degree panoramic camera. 

Pixlr Editor and Pixlr Express allow for free, easy photo editing and fun filters and overlays respectively.

Snapseed  is a free photo editing tool which, in conjunction with a camera phone, lets a user select a part of a photo and highlight that without discoloring the rest of the person. 

Aurasma allows people to “tag” physical objects with videos, animations or 3D scenes so that if a student hovers over the object with their mobile device they’ll see the attachment.  

TwistCam - preview in iTunes

How does it work? The app creates a series of concentric circles, each is turned at an angle. These work to shift the reality of your photo.
Configure the size of the circles, the number of circles and the angle to create your own twists on reality. Add as many twists to your photo as you like.

 

 

Popsicolor app