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Edit, adjust, filter, and collage your images; take your photos where no photo has gone before.
Add film and camera effects to the photos you take on your Android device.
Provide you different elliptical vignette styles for your images.
Add film and camera effects to your photos.
Capture and share the world's moments on your Android, customize your photos and videos with filter effects.
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Create, edit, publish, and burn videos.
Edit and add various effects to your photos.
Capture life's events with fun little movies synced to music.1. Start a project with 1, 2, or 3 second clips2. Take some clips3. Choose a filter4....
Take stunning black and white, sepia and monochrome photographs with Noir Photo FX, a new universal camera app that works on your iPhone, iPad, and...
Learn what the editing tools the new Photos app for OS X can do, from the one-click Enhance button to finer adjustments.
Form virtual pottery throwing to music making, these Android apps do wonders to get you out of your mental rut and try something new.
Chipmaker's Real Sense 3D tech enables gesture controls, smarter drones and a jacket that can help the visually impaired.
iPhone photographers, take note: there's a new app vying for your attention. Free app Camu is worth checking out for its slick, easy-to-use interface and small but useful collection of filters and tools.
Learn how to make simple video edits using Adobe Photoshop CC or CS6 in this tutorial.
Instagram 6.0 brings some much needed new photo-editing features to the picture-sharing service.
Should you be up for spending $1,500 on smart facewear to go traveling this summer, here's what it's like using the latest Glass software on the go.
Five generations in to the Galaxy S range, Samsung has equipped the S5 with some pretty strong photographic street cred.
Lensbaby brings the company's special-effects lenses to Apple and Android mobile devices, via Kickstarter. We got to play with a prototype.
The smartphone camera wars continue with the HTC One M8's ultrapixel sensor stepping up to the plate. Does it have what it takes to become a standalone camera replacement?