Tag Archives: camera app

Google Nik Collection is Now Available for Free


Google has announced that starting today the entire Nik Collection of desktop photo editing software is available to anyone as a free download. The Nik Collection has 7 desktop plug-ins that provide a wide range of photo editing features, including mimicking the look of old cameras and films, retouching and correcting photos, darkroom retouching, adjusting color and tonality, HDR,Continue Reading

Adobe Lightroom 2.2 for iOS Released


Adobe has released version 2.2 of Lightroom Mobile app for iOS. The update comes with a number of new features, brings a bunch of improvements, including an oft-requested feature: full resolution output. This new version adds ability for Lightroom mobile to output full resolution files for any file that was either captured on the device or added to theContinue Reading

Adobe Lightroom 2.0 Available on Google Play


Adobe has released Lightroom 2 for Android, which is now available for free. Powered by the magic of Adobe Photoshop technology, Lightroom for mobile enables you to craft and share professional-quality images from your smartphone or tablet. The popular software package comes with the same image editing, organizing and sharing tools as before and also supports theContinue Reading

Nikon Released Wireless Transmitter Utility, Camera Control Pro Utility and Lens Distortion Control


Nikon released the Camera Control Pro 2.23 software version which is currently priced for $149.95, the Wireless Transmitter Utility version 1.6 and Lens Distortion Control Data version 2.013. New updates adds new features as well as provides support for the newly announced Nikon D5 and D500 . Details and download links are as follow. Camera Control Pro 2 allows the user toContinue Reading

Fujifilm Launches New Version of FUJIFILM Camera Remote App


Fuji has released a new version 2.0 of FUJIFILM Camera Remote app for smartphones or tablets which supports all of Fujifilm wireless-equipped digital cameras. The FUJIFILM Camera Remote is an application which can operate wireless-equipped digital cameras by remote control to shoot images and to view images and movies in the camera and to transfer them to smartphonesContinue Reading

Sony Unveils Sky HDR App


Sony has expanded their PlayMemories Camera app lineup with Sky HDR, enabling users to independently control the exposure of land and sky and adjust different brightness levels in one picture. The application allows the user to set the white balance separately for the shadows and the highlights. After adjusting the exposure and white balance for landContinue Reading

Lightroom for iOS 2.1 Now Available for Download


Adobe has released version 2.1 of Lightroom for iOS. The update comes with a number of new features, some of which take advantage of new hardware in the Apple iPad Pro and the new iPhone models 6s and 6s Plus. This new version adds an array of new features including iPad Pro support and support forContinue Reading

Nikon Wireless Transmitter Utility 1.5.6, Camera Control Pro 2.22.1, Message Center 2.2.0 Released


Nikon released the Camera Control Pro 2.22.1 software version which is currently priced for $134, the Wireless Transmitter Utility version 1.5.6 and Message Center 2.2.0. New updates provides support for the newly announced Mac OS X version 10.11 (El Capitan). Details and download links are as follow. Camera Control Pro 2 allows the user to remotely control a camera from aContinue Reading

Adobe Lightroom 1.4 for Android is Now Available for Free


Adobe has released Lightroom 1.4 for Android, which is now available for free. Version 1.4 of Lightroom for Android comes with the same image editing, organizing and sharing tools as before and also supports the DNG Raw format that many recent Android devices are capable of recording. The ability to use Lightroom for mobile without a paidContinue Reading

Instagram Now Supports Landscape and Portrait Formats


Instagram has officially announced that now users will be able to share photos and videos in both portrait and landscape formats, in addition to the much loved/hated square. “Square format has been and always will be part of who we are,” the company said in a statement. “That said, the visual story you’re trying to tellContinue Reading