We have many ways to share our photos and videos with others, but if you prefer to using Email, the photography app Video (& Photos) Email for iPad may be suitable for you.
Need a photography app to create your own old-school photos? Check out MonoPhix, maybe the photo editor can help you.
As we know, many camera apps comes with various filters, but if you also want to add text annotations, the photography app Iris Photo Suite may be more suitable for you.
You’re a picture junkie and like browsing all kinds of pictures on the Internet? Check out PicStroom, the free iPad app may let you more comfortably enjoy favorite pictures.
No doubt, we can find out all kinds of camera apps on App Store, but if you still feel the filters are not enough, let’s go on checking the iPhone app: ArtCamera.
Want to use your iPhone to capture awesome photos that had shallow depth of field? Check out the camera app named SynthCam, it should be a suitable solution.
Apparently conventional soft box isn’t easy to carry. If you want to use it outdoor, the iPad app named SoftBox Pro should be able to help you.
There are tons of photography apps designed to add various effects to your photos on App Store, but if you think the effects are not enough, the camera app named 100 Cameras in 1 may be more suitable for you.