Anyone who follows me on Twitter knows that I am HUGE into mobile photography. I have a folder full of photo editing apps some are great some are ok and some didn’t make the cut and aren’t on my phone anymore. Below are a select few that should be on your device if you are a photo buff like me.
Photosynth for Windows Phone is the panorama app that makes it easy and fun to capture and share interactive panoramas of the places, people, and events that are important to you. Using the latest in computer vision techniques, Photosynth is the acknowledged leader in mobile panorama creation. It is the only app available on Windows Phone that allows you to capture 360 degrees horizontally and vertically, making a perfect “sphere." Once you’ve created a Photosynth, you can share it as an interactive panoramic experience on Facebook and Twitter using the free Photosynth.net service. You can also publish your panoramas to Bing, where millions of people will see your panoramas on Bing Maps and in Bing search results. And check out our featured list, where we show off the best of what you and your fellow users create and share. Download Here
Turn your photos into drawing, cartoons or sketch images in one click to create instant works of art. Different effects easy to use with full control. Save your creations and share them with your friends through Facebook, Twitter, and Email. Features: ★ Different effects (black strokes, white strokes, pastel, pencil sketch, color sketch, cartoon, stamp, halftone, hatching, ...) ★ Edge strength, and opacity adjustment ★ Contrast, brightness, saturation adjustment ★ Save or share the result with your friends Download Here
Lumia Storyteller automatically groups all your photos, videos and cinemagraphs into individual events called stories. In your timeline you can browse and modify your stories, then view and share them with friends as story videos or interactive web pages. You can also sort your photos and videos by location, add captions and create a list of favorites, and when you’re looking at a photo you can see where you took it on a map by zooming out. Download Here
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