Thanks to ads, Instagrams printed for free
Consumers love to have a tangible version of the smartphone photos they take, leading to almost an entirely new industry dedicated to helping them print their Instagrams. Flag is another, but with a twist. The startup lets users print 20 museum quality photos a month for free, thanks to small ads placed on the back of each print. READ MORE…

Thanks to ads, Instagrams printed for free

Consumers love to have a tangible version of the smartphone photos they take, leading to almost an entirely new industry dedicated to helping them print their InstagramsFlag is another, but with a twist. The startup lets users print 20 museum quality photos a month for free, thanks to small ads placed on the back of each print. READ MORE…

Device turns any iPhone into a 3D camera
While Instagram has turned many iPhone and iPad owners into photographers, we’ve seen a few innovations that aim to improve the capabilities of the devices. First, there was Condition One, which enabled users to create 180-degree pannable videos on the iPad. Now, the Poppy turns iPhones into 3D cameras to allow users to add originality to their captured moments. READ MORE…

Device turns any iPhone into a 3D camera

While Instagram has turned many iPhone and iPad owners into photographers, we’ve seen a few innovations that aim to improve the capabilities of the devices. First, there was Condition One, which enabled users to create 180-degree pannable videos on the iPad. Now, the Poppy turns iPhones into 3D cameras to allow users to add originality to their captured moments. READ MORE…

Photo messaging app makes shared images disappear within 10 seconds
The success of Instagram has shown that photo sharing is now a standard part of the mobile world, but Snapchat offers a different take on this. Whereas Instagram presents photos as a stream from the people a user follows, Snapchat is closer to text messaging and sends photos only to friends the user chooses. Even more intriguing, it gives those friends only a few seconds to view them. READ MORE…

Photo messaging app makes shared images disappear within 10 seconds

The success of Instagram has shown that photo sharing is now a standard part of the mobile world, but Snapchat offers a different take on this. Whereas Instagram presents photos as a stream from the people a user follows, Snapchat is closer to text messaging and sends photos only to friends the user chooses. Even more intriguing, it gives those friends only a few seconds to view them. READ MORE…


App powers crowdsourced global news photography

Just a couple of months ago we featured Tackable — an app that enables reporters and editors to create photo assignments for readers to complete using their smartphone. Now, in Finland, a crowdsourced photography app called Scoopshot enables photographers to choose what to charge for their pictures, create professional portfolios, and receive global coverage. READ MORE…

App powers crowdsourced global news photography

Just a couple of months ago we featured Tackable — an app that enables reporters and editors to create photo assignments for readers to complete using their smartphone. Now, in Finland, a crowdsourced photography app called Scoopshot enables photographers to choose what to charge for their pictures, create professional portfolios, and receive global coverage. READ MORE…