If you’re unhappy with new Instagram terms, Free the Photos is a service that provides a dead simple way to transfer your photos from Instagram into Flickr.
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Instagram has notified users that it plans to cash in on the photos being uploaded to the service. Here’s what you need to know about your photos and data.
Alien Skin’s Exposure 4 is a professional Photoshop plugin that does everything the mobile Instagram can do, and then blows it away!
iOS 6 makes taking a panoramic photo with your iPhone 5 or 4S easy, and photos look amazing! Here’s a tip on how to do it along with a few sample photos.
Samsung is rumored to working on the Galaxy S IV that will include a 13 megapixel camera. This would up the ante in the mobile device wars.
Today I figured out how to move my Google Picasa photos and Albums to a new computer. Here’s a quick how-to with screenshots covering the simple process.
The new automatic camera upload feature in Dropbox asks if you want to upload photos every time a device is connected. Here’s how to disable the annoyance.
Five simple techniques for removing backgrounds from images and photos using Adobe Photoshop – Part 1.
Every few times a month Nasa will release space imagery that absolutely blows me away. This time around I was caught by surprise and found brilliant photos taken by an amateur stargazer.
Looking for a quick way to draw masterpiece artwork? This Photoshop plugin allows you to use a photo to near instantly create museum-worthy paintings and sketches.
Whether it’s News, Sport or Entertainment, gettyImages creates the best imagery on the planet — period. Here’s a quick-peak at a few of my favorite shots as well as where you can go to find more!
There’s a plethora of image cropping tools online, but Croppola is different compared to others. It’s a free online utility that lets you crop images in a unique way. It intelligently figures out which parts of the image needs to be cropped out by using a smart algorithm.
Nokia 808 PureView, the phone with a 41 megapixel camera, is set to make its way to the US today.
Facebook is set to buy Instagram, as we all know. Here’s How to download your images from the service if you’re worried Facebook will ruin the service, or if you hate the fact that it’s now available for Android, or for whatever other reason.