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Take a Great Panorama with Any Camera

Hi guys, I’m Natalia — a UF student and fan of all things Trader Joe’s. I work on the Fracture marketing team, bringing you authentic content on the daily. If you have a smartphone, chances are you’ve heard of panoramic photography. It seems simple enough, even if it often ends up looking more like a guided tai chi exercise. But if you want to do it well, you’ll need more than steady hands. Our friends Les Picker and René Charles Ritchie …

Photo App Review: Pixelmator

All day every day most of us have incredibly good cameras right in our pockets or purses, but that doesn’t mean every moment we capture is picture-perfect automatically. Sometimes they need a little bit of loving care to bring out their best. That’s why we’re always trying out different photo apps to help keep you in the loop on all the ways you can help make the most of the moments you capture. Here’s the latest, from our intern, Natalia. …

Photo App Review: SKRWT

We would all like to assume that we have the proper skills and technology to professionally edit our photos, whether or not we actually have the formal training. Simply knowing how to use tools like Photoshop make you seem like you really know what you’re doing. Lucky for us, SKRWT is a photography app that helps us look like we know what we’re doing without all the complicated processes. What is SKRWT, exactly? SKRWT is a perspective and lens correction app …

Photo App Review: Snapseed

Editing your photos on your phone should be quick and easy. No need for slow apps or fancy interfaces. The ideal app would have a clean and simple interface while including user-friendly features and tools. Luckily, this app exists, and it’s called Snapseed. What is Snapseed, exactly? Snapseed is a photo-editing app that allows you to use filters and various tools to enhance your photos. This app has many unique options for editing and keeps a clean layout. This way, nothing …

Photo App Review: PhotoScan

Polaroids are back in style, and millennials love them. It’s a way to turn average pictures into something artsy and different. The only issue is that those photos aren’t on your phone. The pictures are on paper, and there’s only one copy. Well, luckily there’s a way to fix that. The Google PhotoScan app can convert those Polaroids, or any printed photograph, into a digital form. This saves you the hassle of using an actual scanner. Let’s be real, the days …

Photo App Review: Photomyne

We all have that one photograph hanging up or tucked away somewhere that we wish we had easy digital access to. Whether it be to post on Facebook or even order a print, having that photo available on your phone would make things a whole lot simpler. Photomyne makes that a reality. What is Photomyne, exactly? Photomyne is an app that allows you to scan physical photos right onto your mobile device. It can automatically crop photos you scan, and …