10 More Apps You Have To Have As A Photographer

Photo Slides

Now you can use your iPad as a digital frame. Photo Slides is an app that allows you to showcase your portfolio when your iPad isn’t in use.

Easy Release

Do you work with models, or out on location? You’re going to love Easy Release. No more bringing along files and loose forms of paper to the shoot. Simply use Easy Release, and you can quickly have model and property releases at your fingertips, ready for your clients to sign before the shoot.


What if you take a great image with your iPhone, and want to share it with the world … but you’re afraid you’ll lose the rights? Now you can use Impression and add your watermark to any photograph first.


Masque is a simple editing program that gives you editing capabilities by touch. Once you’re finished, its easy to share on social sites.

Coolibah CoolCam

Have one of the original iPads like me – without the camera? Then Coolibah CoolCam is a must. Take images with your iPhone, and instantly transfer them to your iPad over Bluetooth.


Wondering what to do with your slides and negatives? Give HelloPhoto a try. Using the various functions of HelloPhoto, you can view, sort and photograph your slides and negatives, then use the light table’s adjustments to enhance, save and share them.


Do you use SmugMug? Then you have to try out their app. It allows you to turn your iPad into a portable portfolio by connecting up with any SmugMug site or gallery, or download your images for offline viewing.

CSI Rentals

Want an easy way to rent camera equipment? Try out the CSI Rentals app for iPhone or iPad. You can have equipment at your door in no time – and check out a tip or two along the way.

100 Cameras In 1

100 Cameras In 1 is an app for iPhone, iPad and soon to come Android, created by Trey Ratcliff of StuckInCustoms. Whether you use your existing library of images, or start capturing new ones, you’ll now have 100 different effects to try out on each image. Then share them on your Twitter, Facebook, SmugMug or Flickr.


Now that you have bought and used a variety of apps, its time to make your own, and Nov8rix can help. Use their standard setup to create an app for $19 a month, or go for the full customization, and start creating something exciting. They specialize in helping photographers – this may be just the thing to help you grow your business.


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  1. Try checking out GoldenPic for your iPhone! Great way to keep track of the Golden Hours, Blue Hours, sunrise, sunset, moon info, even weather and GPS coordinates!


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