Whether you’ve just picked up your first iPhone or you’ve recently made the jump to the newest model, here is my list of favorite photography apps to help you get the most out of the iPhone 4S’s great new camera.
Camera+- One of the best apps for cropping and image adjustments out there.Their “clarity” can automagically bring detail to most images. The camera options in Camera+ are also great. I especially like the ability to leave the LED flash on while shooting pictures.
Instagram- Though Instagram is often thought of as a camera filter app, it’s real strength is in it’s community. Instagram is a great place to share your own pictures as well as see the photos other people are taking. I always learn something useful whenever I surf through my friends photos, and sometimes I’ll even get useful feedback left on the photos I post.
Hipstamatic- A great app for quickly generating interesting photos on the go. The filters are fairly heavy handed, and can be removed/changed later, but part of Hipstamatic’s charm is about embracing chaos. Shake your phone, take a bunch of pictures, and be surprised by the results.
TrueHDR- Although the built in Camera app has an HDR feature, I suggest getting a separate HDR app for better effect and more control TrueHDR is my favorite, though there are many others out there.
Phoster- This is a great app for creating posters on the go. Perfect for party invites, parody film posters, or just to promote events. The fonts and layout are all pre-selected, which really helps make the end result look sleek.
Photosynth- This amazing app takes advantage of the iPhone’s gyroscope to help you create panoramas in real time by simply moving your phone.
Camera- The built in Camera is what I use to shoot my pictures. It’s stable and fast, and the new edit mode in Photos makes it perfect for most light edits.
Postagram- Now that you’ve got all of these great photo tools at your disposal, our Postagram app is a fantastic way to send them off as physical postcards for only $.99. Nothing beats recieving a postcard with a fantastic photo on it, amirite? :)