The Gadget Show - Photography & Video Apps
We’ve taken a look at all the best iOS Photography and Video apps for all you experimental photographers. We love capturing great moments, especially when you can discover a whole new creative world out there with these apps!
iOS Photography and Video Apps
Have you ever wanted to live on your own little planet? Well with the tiny world app you can. The app shows you your surroundings and turns it into a 360 degree planet for you to capture.
Once you have taken the photo you can perfect your image and then your ready to save or share it with your friends. You can even select a photo you have already taken from your gallery and use the app to transform your photo into a planet too!
Download TinyWorld for your iOS device.
Next up, have you ever wanted to bring your photos to life? Well you can with Cinemagram!
All you need to do is film something for 2 to 3 seconds, then select certain parts of your video you want to animate, add a filter to it and the rest will stay still, resulting in an a magical animated photo! You then choose to share it on the Cinemagram social network or to any of your social networks so you can show off your amazing cinegraphs.
Download Cinemagram for your iOS device.
Frame X Frame
Next up, we have Frame X Frame app by Joby, this is a great app if you want to use your iOS device for stop motion filming or photography.
You can change your settings to however many frames you want as well as selecting the interval length, so you can have full management of your time lapse or stop motion video. The app also has a self timer setting so you wont miss out on those group photos. You could even use the recommended GorillaMobile pods for your device, so your camera can stay in place while recording.
You can buy a GorillaMobile for iPhone 4/4s here.
Download Frame X Frame for your iOS device.
Next up we have Spin cam, with this app you can capture a 360 degree immersive panoramic image that you can actually interact with.
The app uses the gyroscope in your iOS device to create your spin, so you will need an iPhone 4 or 4S, along with an iPad 2 or the new iPad. You can stay in one place or walk in a circle to capture your spin and you can then see your creation come to life and share it with your friends.
Download SpinCam for your iOS device.
Next up for all you budding film makers we have splice. Do you have a lot of videos and photos just taking up space on your iPhone or iPad?
Well, you can make the most out of them by creating a HD video with this app, drag and drop Your content onto a timeline, edit it, add titles, record your own voice over’s and even add transition effects. The layout is simple and easy to use so even your Nan could create a video with it! You can then export your video to HD and send it to all your mates.
Download Splice for your iOS device.
We hope you like the apps we have selected for you so you can get downloading and shooting!
Are there any photography and video apps you love? Tell us in the comments below…
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