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One photo, eight views

Although the iPhone camera is not the best by a long shot (although the recent addition of the Clarifi has helped, in the case of close-ups anyway), it is still possible to do some interesting things with it. The App Store helps a lot here. There are one or two really handy applications for playing around with images ā€“ I actually have a whole page of them. Iā€™m not going to list them all, but my top picks are probably Photogene, which is a small photo editing program for cropping and adjusting levels etc.; and CameraBag, which can apply a number of different processing effects to images either from the camera roll, or taken straight on the camera.

Consider the shots below ā€“ the first one is the original, and the others were all created with CameraBag.

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For uploading I tend to use Tumble to post snapshots to my tumblelog, or FlickUp to get them up to Flickr.