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Do more with your iPhone’s camera…

A major part of iPhone creativity is the iPhone’s camera. With a large bright screen and dedicated software, the camera produces a two-megapixel image that’s not too different from what other mobile phone cameras out there offer. In fact, it’s the dedicated software that gives the iPhone camera its unique edge.

Here are a selection of creative apps that will soon have you getting even more from the iPhone’s camera…


PanoLab £Free

With PanoLab you can use photos to build up your panorama. You can either take fresh photos or use ones from your Camera Roll. PanoLab lets you zoom and pan to line up the current picture with previous ones and save your complete panorama to your Camera Roll










Collage £0.59

As the name suggests, this application lets you create a collage of existing pictures. Simply load images to a cutting board and arrange them within the frame. When you save your new collage it will be stored as one of the pictures on your iPhone.










Photo Lab £1.19

PhotoLab’s filters instantly apply artistic effects to images. Many of the names, such as Posterise and Line Art, will be familiar to any Photoshop user. There’s also Sepia, Pencil Drawing, Sculpture, 30’s Photo and 70’s Photo – all with Preview options and a single tap Undo. Wifi printing is also available.









iEasyCamera £0.59

Self-portraits are an essential staple in your creative life. As the iPhone camera lens is on the back, taking pictures of yourself can be tricky. iEasyCamera turns the touch-screen surface into the camera button, which eliminates the need to feel your way in search of the Shoot button.