Well, this got to be the easiest way to transfer pictures off your iPhone and onto your Mac or another iPhone or iPad. Start the app and follow the given IP-address in your browser on the Mac. Now select the pictures and videos on your iPhone you would like to transfer and they appear as full resolution download links in the browser. There is also an option to download the whole bunch as a ZIP-file at once. The thing is universal and sets you back $2.99.
As the name suggests Sunlight Tracker helps you to get good lighting conditions for your photo shoot. The app has the exact times and angles of sunrise and sunset at any given spot for you. Very useful if you want to take pictures around dusk or dawn. Price: it’s free at the moment.
It’s easy and fun! Take as many overlapping pictures with your iPhone as you like, add them to AutoStitch Panorama and tap “stitch”. The App takes care of the rest (rendering is pretty fast) and crops the final result to a perfect picture. Really the best way to create impressive panoramas on the go if you ask me. $1.99 well spent!
Stitch together several overlapping pictures and create beautiful panoramas with Hugin. It’s not the most user friendly software on the planet, but offers many possibilities once you get the hang of it. Hugin is open source and there’s a good selection of tutorials on the official website.