When it comes to taking photos these days we are predominantly using those fabulous cameras on our phones. iPhones are known for their magnificent pictures. One of the things about traveling is that you want to have a great camera with you to capture the special moments and sites. The following apps make it so you can just use your iPhone to take all of your pictures on your next trip. Don’t pack a separate camera on your next trip, just download these apps.
Wood Camera – The most editing control available on the iPhone. ($0.99) These are some pictures taken with Wood Camera:
8mm – The best iPhone video app. Provides a lot of the same functionality as Wood Camera, but in video format. ($1.99) Please note there is an app for the iPhone and a separate one for iPad should you have one. Check out this video using 8mm: 8mm – Naples Italy 2
Over — The quickest and easiest way to add text to spice up your travel photos. ($1.99)
Color Splash — Allows you to bring out a specific object in color, and make the background black and white. Great for shots of iconic landmarks or buildings. ($1.99) Please note there is an app for the iPhone and a separate one for iPad should you have one.
Diptic – Great for arranging your trip pics in framed collages and collections for sharing. ($0.99) These are some collages made with Diptic.
About our Guest Writer:
John Barnett is a professional travel photographer and cinematographer and a contributor to Getty Images. Equally at home leading a photo walk in Venice, Italy or exploring Base Camp at Mount Everest, John has been fascinated by mobile photography since the launch of the original iPhone. Previously the Media Director for Twitpic, in 2011 he co-founded Bright Mango LLC, the Vero Beach, Florida-based developer behind the popular Wood Camera photography app for iPhone. You can follow his photos on Instagram @johnbarnett