iPad 2 – Not as you knew it!
QuickShot does not bother with filters or effects. It is meant to be an easy-to-use replacement for Camera application. The application maintains a picture’s metadata (like geo-tag information) when you upload it.
The other attractive application on iPad, particularly for photo editors, is Photogene. Adding filters, text boxes, reflections, vignettes, noise reduction and much more on the iPad 2’s lackluster cameras is now a valuable experience.
FX Photo Studio HD is another application on iPad, containing a library of photo effects. Containing 187 effects and filters and adjustment options for each one, as well as export options to Facebook and Flickr, this application is a great bet.
Among the long list of iPad applications, Home Decorator is another ‘live’ photography application that can make redecorating or re-painting tasks much easier for renovation and designing businesses. It only requires holding up the iPad in front, tap the wall supposed to be painted and simply choose a new color. Home
To benefit the ever demanding businesses of advertising, editing, or any others based on still photography, the developers have launched a number of applications for iPad 2’s camera to perform increasingly more than just taking pictures. Through the application of QuickShot, any picture taken can be conveniently uploaded to a Dropbox account so you can share it or access it from your computer. Decorator magically changes the color of the wall instantly, using augmented reality on the iPad screen.
Last but not the least, the application of PhotoShake is a delight for bloggers and comic developers. The photo collages make up most professional comics on iPad, while the built-in themes to create 6-photo collages with customizable panes and text let to share the final result on 16 built-in social networks and blogging platforms