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iColorama for iOS can artistically enhance your photos

iColorama is a photo-colorizing app on steroids. It has a vast array of features, from basic editing like saturation, cropping and editing, to all kinds of color and distortion effects. The app comes in two versions, one for iPad (US$2.99) and one for iPhone ($1.99). I did most of my exploring on...

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Review: Picamerge for iOS creates double exposures with filter effects

Picamerge (U.S. $0.99 on sale) is a rather unique photo app for iOS that is designed solely to create double exposures to make some unique looking images. Gee, in the old days when we had double exposures with a film camera, it was usually by accident! Picamerge lets you use photos from your...

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Daily iPad App: Gradients is a free iOS photo editor that is worth a look

I'm always on the lookout for free photo apps that do a good job, and Gradients for the iPad or iPhone (free, universal) fits the bill. The app lets you add gradients to existing photos with almost infinite variations and control. I often create gradients in Photoshop, especially to tone down the...

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Cut Me In for iOS cuts you into the picture

Cut Me In is a new iOS app that simulates the Photoshop lasso tool and the eraser tool. You can choose a background from those provided or use something that is already on your camera roll. Bring up a picture, then use your finger to trace around an object and the image will be dropped in front...

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