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Snapseed for iOS updates with new HDR Scape filter, pre-iOS 7 users beware

Part of today's Google+ event announcements centered on Snapseed, and some new features coming to the Google acquired photo editing software. Of all of them, one much touted new feature was the HDR Scape filter, and the iOS application has just been updated with all the newness. But if you're not on iOS 7 you should tread carefully.

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Google+ for iOS to get background image sync and full resolution uploads

Announced at this mornings Google+ event, Google+ for iOS is in line to get pretty substantial update for those of us who use the service for backing up our photos. Thanks to iOS 7, Google+ will soon be able to auto sync your photos in the background, instead of needing to have the app open as is currently required.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Halloween!

It's almost Halloween and that means trick or treat, carving pumpkins, costumes, parties, and scary movies! There's a heck of a lot to capture through photos, that's for sure! That's your task this time around, capture the best photo you can that shows off how you celebrated the Halloween season!

This time we'll be running the contest for two weeks instead of one so we make sure we cover the entire Halloween season. We'll also be picking two winners this time around, which means double the chance of winning!

The contest begins today and ends Tuesday, November 5th at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...

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Hate the new Photos app in iOS 7? Here are the best App Store alternatives!

The Photos app is completely redone in iOS 7 and while some people prefer the new layout, there seem to be just as many of you that don't particularly care for the way iOS now manages and organizes your photos. Luckily, there are lots of third party apps available that can ease the pain and possibly even replace the stock Photos app on the Home screen of your iPhone. Here are my current favorites...

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Weekly Photo Contest: Sticks and stones

We've already given you guys the challenge of showing us how good you are at capturing textures so now we're going to give you specific ones to work with. In this instance, sticks and stones. These are things we see all around us, particular brick and stone patterns. The winner of this contest will be the one that can really get out there and see the beauty in these items we tend to easily overlook in our everyday lives. I'll even give you a hint, if you've got a beach or hiking trails around you, those are amazing places to start!

The contest begins today and ends Tuesday, October 22nd at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...

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iPhone 5s camera review, straight from Patagonia

The iPhone 5s improved upon the iPhone 5's camera in many ways. In our own camera comparison, I found that the iPhone 5s performed exceptionally well, especially when it came balancing colors and exposure. This was extremely evident in panorama comparisons. If you're still wanting more image samples, the guys over at Austin Mann have an amazing review of the iPhone 5s' camera posted. Not only do they have lots of sample images, they went straight to Patagonia to get them.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Abandoned buildings!

Whether you live in the city or the country, we see abandoned structures all over. Whether it's a half torn down barn or a city building that hasn't been used in years, there is no denying that they make awesome subjects for photos. This week's challenge is to get out there and find them!

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How good is the iPhone 5s camera? Enough to impress a National Geographic photographer!

On a recent trip to the Scottish Highlands, National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson decided to leave his Nikon DSLR camera at home and, instead, see what the iPhone 5s would allow him to capture. Turns out, a lot - and more than he expected. From the National Geographic's Proof:

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500px updated with edge to edge design, better gestures, and new features for iPad

500px for iOS lets you browse and explore all kinds of photos from all over the world right on your iPhone and iPad. Version 2.2 has added some improvements that let the interface itself get out of the way more so you can focus on the photos themselves, including an edge to edge design.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Fall is here!

Fall is upon us, well in most parts of the world anyways. That means the leaves are changing and the temperature is dropping. For most of us, it also means pumpkin patches and lots of traditions. This week your task is to capture fall through the eyes of your iPhone. Whether it's showing off all the changing leaves or a hay ride with your kids at the local apple orchard. The prize will go to whoever can show us the best representation of what fall is all about.

The contest begins today and ends Tuesday, October 8th at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

It's also time to announce the winner of our last photo contest! And the winner is...

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