Diptic is one of my favorite new (to me) “editing tools” to play with. It’s one of those apps that lets you showcase multiple photos in a single slide, and Diptic is my favorite so far. It’s also fairly easy to use, gives you MANY options of how many photos you’d like on one slide, and lets you soften and color the borders. Here’s a look of some things I did while playing around with it…
One of the great things about Diptic is that you can upload your photos to about a billion social media sites directly from the app, including Facebook, Flickr, Posterous, Tumblr, Twitter, and Instagram. Diptic has a decent sense of humor too (and is available for $0.99)…
I’ll try to start and end every post with a photo. This is one I took of a Morgantown sunset earlier this month.
A good place to start would be to list some sources of iPhone photography info!
1. iPhonography – this is the most popular blog that updates on all things iPhone photography. They post about videography too.
2. appotography – offer tips and tricks on how to take great iPhone photos.
3. Hipstamatics – An homage to photos taken with the popular Hipstamatic app.
4.Objective Scenes – A group blog dedicated to the art of mobile photography.
5. iPhonogenic– A Tumblr blog highlighting beautiful iPhone photography.
6. iPhone Photography Blog – Another WordPress blog dedicated to the modern art form!
7. thebeginnerslense – a team of enthusiastic photographers dedicated to providing the best tips, tricks, and tutorials to other photographers of all levels.
8. Flickr’s iPhone Photography Pool – a place where artists can showcase their work.
9. Hossedia – A place to go for tips and tricks.
10. iPhonography Central – The place to go for tutorials and how-tos on special effects.
I’ll leave you with this lovely photo I took this morning on a road trip. I used the Cross Process app.