If you have a stack of old pictures—like, real pictures from your primitive days—they're probably just sitting around collecting dust. Don't you want to move those pictures to the modern age by digitizing 'em? Of course! Shoebox, an iPhone app, can do it for you.
Flickr is a shell of what it used to be, Instagram makes everyone's pictures look the same and Picasa isn't really ideal for browsing great pictures taken by a great community. 500px, on the other hand, seems to only have great pictures. Their iPad app is an extremely elegant way to browse them.
The folks at Instagram know they have an excellent app. It's functional as hell and it's growing like crazy. There's no need to change the formula. So for their second official release, they've just made everything more awesome.
A lot of people try to take one picture every day of the year but fail after the first week. It's hard to remember, life gets in the way, whatever. Photo 365 gives you daily reminders and keeps 'em lookin' nice in a tidy calendar
Making fun of France is as American as apple pie but it doesn't mean we don't think it's a beautiful country (what? there's more than Paris?). Above France is an app from National Geographic Traveler and Fotopedia that shows off the beauty of the rest of the country. It's a series of jaw dropping photographs that were…
If you thought war photography on the front page of today's New York Times looked different, you're right. I did too. But I'd never have guessed that it was taken with an iPhone. Using Hipstamatic, no less!