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    found this site today and thought it was interesting for those of us not in the know...

    BBC - Travel - Slideshow - iPhone photo apps to download now

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    I have about half of these APPs as I am bad about buying APPs. If I see it and it appeals to me I buy it.

    Having said that, I play with them for a bit and then give up. Don't really see the point as photo editing is far better on a laptop or desktop. Even the iPad, to me, isn't really suitable.

    I will stick with Aperture and Adobe PSE, plus Pixelmater and (hopefully) quit buying the camera APPs.
    I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .

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    Unbelievable, I'm in the UK and can't access the site; it's for international users only, but if they're on the list using PS Express and PhotoPad I can edit most pics quite well.

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    I'm not a big fan of the more "arty" photos (except on very special occasions) so of the ones mentioned in the BBC article I'd suggest Camera+ and Camera Plus Pro (not the same app at all) for their more PRACTICAL features. I've also found a new pal in an app called Finger Focus that can, if use with some skill, create depth of field illusions.

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    I really like Camera+ also. A friend recommended it and it's quite nice for the $.99 I paid.

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    i like instagram, but will have another look at them all for sure..

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