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Olloclip Launches Its 3-IN-1 Macro Lens For The iPhone 5, iPhone 5s
Olloclip has a new quick-change lens available for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s users.
| December 4
Picture Perfect: Sony's Snap-On Lenses Get Camera360 Support, Launch On Photojojo
Snap-on smartphone lenses sure are impressive, and the future looks picture perfect for Sony's QX10 and QX100 models.
| September 25
LensFlare Updated: Adds Two New Flare Types - "SuperFlare" & "Transformers"
LensFlare ($0.99) is an iPhone application that allows users to enhance photographs by adding lens flares. Recently, the application received an update (version 7.0) adding two new kinds of flares: “SuperFlare” and “Transformers.”
| July 11
Accessory Advice: The iPhone Telephoto Lens
Is the zoom on your iPhone's camera just not good enough? Do you like to use a telephoto lens on your "real" camera but wish there was a scaled-down version to use with your iPhone? Look no further, the iPhone Telephoto Lens is here!
| February 22
Cool Lenses Add "Wow" To Your iPhone Photos - Plus A Chance To Win Them!
Serious iPhone photographers, have I got a cool product for you! The popularity of iPhone photography has grown over the few years the iPhone has been in existence, but until now, we have been limited to the built-in camera lens. Sure, there are some amazing apps to alter the look and feel of your photos, but the iPhone camera’s lens just is what it is, right? Read on to find out how you can change that.
| September 15
Review: Hipstamatic - Old Time Photo Taking!
Do you ever have the urge to go back to the days of taking pictures with film, viewfinders and changeable lenses? The Hipstamatic was a legendary camera back in film's heyday. Now, all the fun of that great camera is packed into this unique little app.
| August 27
QuickAdvice: TiltShift Free - Trendy Cool Photo Effect for Free!
If you wanted to try out the trendy TiltShift lens (as described in the AppList, Photographer’s Kit). If you were intrigued but didn’t want to shell out the $.99, you’re in luck. Now there is a lite version, so you can check it out for free. You won’t get full resolution photos; for that you’ll need to upgrade to the paid version. But otherwise, all of the functionality is the same.
| August 27