App news for photographers: Olloclip, 6Sec, EyeEm, and more
Lauren Crabbe | Published: Jul 26, 2013 at 18:06 UTC1
Olloclip for iOS allows separate focus and exposure points
An update to the official Olloclip app for iOS this week adds a great new feature: Users can now choose separate focal and exposure points in the live viewfinder.
The main purpose of the Olloclip app up to this point was to correct the distortion caused by Olloclip's macro, wide-angle and fisheye lenses. This week's app update also added an auto-save option as well as one touch image sharing for social media and email.
6Sec for Windows Phone 8 becomes more Vine-y
For Windows Phone 8 users who want to get in on the fun of Vine, 6Sec provides a free way for users to upload and view videos on Twitter's 6-second video social network. An update to the app this week now allows for users to friend each other on Vine from 6Sec as well as block unwanted users. Read more from Windows Phone Daily.
EyeEm now available on Android Tablets
The free EyeEm app for Android tablets was released this week. It includes the new Ailine, Capa and Clara filters which EyeEm recently added to its iOS and Android apps and lets users share photos on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr and Foursquare.
Dailymotion releases free video editing app for iOS
Dailymotion Camera allows users to capture the videos in either square or 16/9 format at up to 1080p resolution. Next, you can adjust the look of the video with brightness and contrast controls as well as insert other pre-recorded video. When you are done, you can share the video on Facebook, Twitter, and of course Dailymotion. Read more coverage here.
Hipstamatic pushes out Oggl Pro for Lumia 1020, and Oggl
The app comes with five familiar Hipstamatic lenses and five films, and additional manual control over exposure, white balance, ISO and shutter speed, as well as an auto-level indicator. The app also allows for sharing via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as Hipstamatic's own new social service, also called Oggl. Hipstamatic also pushed out its previously iOS-only Hipstamatic Oggl today for Nokia Lumia 928, 925, 920/920T, 822, 820 and 810, Samsung ATIV S and HTC 8X.