Editing Photographs On The Go With Mobile Editing

Editing Photographs On The Go With Mobile Editing

These days, the cameras that come with smartphones are just as good, and in some cases better, than some standalone compact digital cameras. With so many decent camera phones out there, it is little wonder that digital photo editing on the go is becoming more and more popular. A lot of people do not wish to carry around a separate digital camera, and why should they when some camera phones now offer more than 40 megapixels image capture capabilities, in addition to both optical and digital zoom options. This means that there is more need for photo editing on the go, and that means there are many more photo editing apps available to download.

How Mobile Photo Editing can help you to produce the Perfect Image

There are many different photo editing apps out there at the moment, and it can be very difficult to choose the right one, as some offer more automated features, whereas others will require your input a lot more. Depending on how serious you are about producing excellent images via your smartphone, you will find that there are some very serious mobile photo editing apps to download. Some will automatically adjust some of the basic features of an image should you wish it to do so, and this includes boosting the sharpness, altering the colors and even cropping the image.

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Sony Xperia Z3 Features Explained

Sony Xperia Z3 Features Explained

Set to release this September, much has been said about the Sony Xperia Z3, but not much has actually been verified! Here to set the record straight we’ve got all of the features that have been confirmed about the Xperia Z3 explained below!

Design

Metal! Oh how we love metal! The solid feel of true quality in your hands is something that plastic smartphones just don’t have. Sony decided to stick with their higher end style and produce a lovely metal framed Xperia Z3 for users featuring a 7mm thickness. No word yet on the size of the screen, but we do know it will have a full HD display and you can bet your money on one aiming around 5 inches. This time there will be change in the design too compared to its predecessor.

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Huawei Honor V8, The New Flagship Phone Suits Young People

Huawei Honor V8, The New Flagship Phone Suits Young People

The Huawei brand always attaches importance to technological innovation. When it has released the new Huawei Honor V8 phone, it announces “VR the whole people”. That means you can use it to experience the VR easily in case you have a box. It is very suitable for young people, not only the appearance design, but also the configuration.

Designs and Shows

It has a dimension of 157mm x 77.60mm x 7.75mm, a big size 5.7-inch QHD screen with a resolution of 2560* 1440 and 515PPI, and it provides outstanding visual enjoyment when you use it to play big games or watch videos. And the color saturation even reaches 94.5%. Besides, combined with 2.5D curved glass screen and 7.5mm fuselage thickness, it brings a comfortable grip. Additionally, it offers you four colors options, including Silver, Gray, Gold and White Gold.

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LG G3 Smartphone – Design, Connectivity and Camera Review

LG G3 Smartphone – Design, Connectivity and Camera Review

The G3 is an Android based smartphone from South Korean electronics company LG. It is the follow-up to one of the best received handsets of last year, the LG G2.

Design

The G3 is just 8.9mm thick (the G2 was 9.1mm), although due to its 146mm x 75mm plan size it is still one of the largest phones around, with the majority of this bulk accounted for by its massive 5.5 inch screen. Where the manufacturer has done an excellent job is in keeping the surround to the screen as small as possible. The smartphone isn’t a great deal bigger than its rivals. It is slightly wider than the Sony Xperia Z2 (5.2 inch screen) and HTC One M8 (5 inch screen) but surprisingly isn’t as tall as either of them, all thanks to those tiny bezels (and the lack of front mounted speakers, which we deal with in a later review).

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Pros And Cons of Selfie Culture

Pros And Cons of Selfie Culture

In the modern life, it is fashionable to name the latest trends and technologies with short and crisp words such as SciFi, HiFi and WiFi. The latest addition is the Selfie, which is a photograph of the self, taken by the photographer. It can be taken with a handheld digital camera or tablet or smartphone. Special sticks or stands to hold the smartphones are now available to facilitate better photos without the help of a third person. Selfies are often used for sharing on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Most of the selfies are taken with a camera held at arm’s length without a self-timer. In olden days, people used to photograph the self by uncovering the lens of the camera and running into the shot. Another method was to position the camera on a nearby object or on a tripod and capture the self-image reflected in a mirror.

There are two types of Selfies. When it contains only one person, it is an Individual selfie. If more than one person is captured in a selfie, then it’s called as ‘Group selfie.’ The latter is also known as ‘Groufie’, ‘Wefie’, and ‘Usie.’ Whatever is the type, the purpose of such selfies is to focus on the people in them. The most popular is the individual selfie which can be shared with close friends and relatives. Of late, Group selfies carry more value as they showcase the relationship and unity of people.

Benefits of Selfies: The need for a photographer is dispensed with. Personal images and varied expressions can be taken and shared with others. Such selfies are used for; 1) informing the position of self to the family that lives in a distant place. 2) Freezing the memorable moments 3) providing the evidence of being present in a place 4) sharing the status with the employer about the progress 5) fostering relationships and coordination.

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