Iphone Photography

World-class photography app ProShot launches on iPhone

ProShot is a newly released photography app for the iPhone and iPad on iOS 8. ProShot has been steadily updated on Microsoft's mobile platform since 2012 and the same advanced experience has been ported to Apple's ecosystem.

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For iPhone photographers, how will the new Google+ stack up against the rest?

A few weeks ago, Google held a press event focused around the Google+ social platform, unveiling a ton of new features and improvements. One of the big focuses was photos, backup, sharing and editing in particular, along with background sync and full-resolution uploads for the iOS application. So, potentially some big tools for iPhone photographers, but its a crowded space. Some folks might be happy enough with Photo Stream, but we're looking outside the Apple ecosystem here and considering more cross-platform solutions.

So, how well will the new Google+ stack up with your photos against three of the biggest competitors? Lets find out.

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Olloclip brings telephoto lens to iPhone and iPod touch

Olloclip's 3-In-One lens system has won rave reviews from iPhone-wielding photographers. That kit includes fisheye, wide angle and macro lenses, and Olloclip has just introduced a companion telephoto lens that helps you get crisp, clear closeups like never before.

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MapQuest Travel Blogs for iPhone and iPad review

MapQuest Travel Blogs for iPhone and iPad is a great way to plot out your trip and then share it with your friends and family.

While Photo Stream and apps like Albumatic are easy ways to share photos with friends and family, they still leave something to be desired. If you go on a trip or vacation, you probably have things to say about your photos. Unless you leave a comment on your own photo, there's not much else you can do. That isn't the case with MapQuest Travel Blogs for iPhone and iPad.

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Guardian photographer captures the 2012 Olympics with his iPhone 4S

Guardian sports photographer Dan Chung is in London covering the 2012 Olympic games. To photograph them he is using nothing but his iPhone 4S, a pair of binoculars, and Snapseed.

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Weekly Photo Contest: Flowers!

Now that our iPhone photography series is well on its way, it's time to put our new skills to the test -- and what a better way than with a contest!

That's right, this is the debut of iMore's newest series -- weekly photo contests!

Each week will have a different focus, and this week's is on flowers! Apple used a spectacular pink flower photo to show off the new iPad but never made it available as a wallpaper or download! We think the iMore nation can more than make up for it! It's the perfect time too -- it's the beginning spring and gorgeous flowers are starting to pop up all over the place. You're going to be taking photos of them anyway, so you might as well submit those beautiful shots and win a prize!

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