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You probably don’t need us to tell you that a proper DSLR camera is better than the camera on your smartphone. But if you’re curious about how much better it is, the folks at Bammo have a (slightly NSFW) video that explains everything you need to know.
Android/iOS: Want to take a shot of a group and include yourself in it? If you don’t want to use a timer or ask a stranger to take the snap, Groopic is the easiest way to do it on your Android or iOS device.
It’s good to smile, especially when you’re feeling done. Cuteness has a knack for making that happen, so use these wallpapers to keep a little bit of it ever-present.
Android: Adobe has finally released the Android version of its Revel service (previously available only on iOS). The app allows you to store photos online, share private libraries with friends and family, and use Adobe’s fairly powerful editing features to modify your pictures.
iOS: Unless you’re using a tripod, shooting videos on your iPhone or iPad will produce some camera shake. Emulsio is a neat app that smartly stabilises the videos you shoot to make for a shake-free viewing experience.
Camera sliders make it easy to achieve beautiful, smooth movement in your videos. The problem? Like most camera equipment, you’ll drop quite a bit of cash to pay for them. Here’s one you can make yourself for just $35.