On-The-Go Retouching

Looking to glamorize reality, consumers turn to mobile photo manipulation
Implications - Social media has increased the demand for products, services and particularly mobile applications that allow the sharing of idealized personal information. Photo-focused innovations such as Instagram and Photoshop's mobile app offer consumers a way to share their lives in a way that glamourizes it to the public.
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Rotating Smartphone Accessories - The iPhone Lens Dial Enhances Cellphone Camera Capabilities
SCORE: 7.2
Viral 125,751 Clicks Pub: Nov 25, 11
Rotating Smartphone Accessories
The iPhone Lens Dial Enhances Cellphone Camera Capabilities
The iPhone Lens Dial is perfect for the photography aficionado. Although it might look like a daunting piece of technology with all of its different lenses, this smartphone accessory is actually quite… [More]
Photoshop Touch Apps - The Adobe Photoshop App Allows You to Customize Photos
SCORE: 6.9
Warm 2,400 Clicks Pub: Feb 28, 13
Photoshop Touch Apps
The Adobe Photoshop App Allows You to Customize Photos
The Adobe photoshop app allows iPhone, iPad or Android tablet, iPhone or Android phone, and iPod Touch users to rapidly combine images and create their own customized galleries of photos. The touch... [More]
Retro-Inducing Sunglasses - These Ray Ban Sunglasses Will Retro-ize Your Photographs
SCORE: 4.7
Mild 658 Clicks Pub: Feb 24, 13
Retro-Inducing Sunglasses
These Ray Ban Sunglasses Will Retro-ize Your Photographs
The Ray Ban sunglasses brand had a bright idea recently when it decided to make the world’s first real world retro filter. Fans of the iconic hip fashion accessory can download a mobile... [More]
Free Photo-Branding Apps - Marksta Watermarks Your Photos Before They Go Online
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Mild 1,856 Clicks Pub: Jan 7, 13
Free Photo-Branding Apps
Marksta Watermarks Your Photos Before They Go Online
Tired of having photos stolen and re-used the moment they appeared on the Internet, a Photojournalist named Jonh D. McHugh has developed a better way to keep them copyrighted with his new iPhone app... [More]