Photo Fun with iPhone 4S
As an avid amateur photographer I would like to have my dSLR with me at all times. And my collection of lenses. And filters. And tripods. But even if this was possible, I don’t really want to be, say, sitting at a bar, looking like I just returned from a Serengeti safari. My iPhone will have to suffice and I’ll just have to get more creative with the photos apps to fill in for the fancy equipment.
I’ve spent who knows how many hundreds of dollars searching for the best iPhone photo apps. Sure, I can go through my iTunes billing emails for the past few years to get the exact amount. I am just afraid what I am going to find. In any case, the purpose of money is to be spent. Here I put together a small gallery of random photos made and processed by me entirely on the iPhone 4S. No Photoshop was involved at any point during the retouching process.
Some of my favorite photo apps, as you will notice, are Snapseed, Pic Grunger, Pro HDR, Artista Oil, Big Lens, Dynamic Light, Photogene 2, PS Express, and TrueHDR. The Dropbox, while not a photo app, is a great app for getting the photo from the iPhone to my PC and to this website.