Shooting and editing great photos with your iPhone, an interview on our favorite photo apps, and more

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Shooting and editing great photos with Halide and Darkroom »

Shooting and editing great photos with Halide and Darkroom

We love Halide — we picked it as our favorite third-party camera app for the iPhone. We’re also big fans of Darkroom, which is our favorite photo editing app. Not only great on their own, these apps work brilliantly together to allow you to shoot and edit fantastic photos. Let’s take a look.

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Our favorite photo editing apps for iOS »

Our favorite photo editing apps for iOS

My approach to photography is to keep it simple. When I first began taking photography seriously, I went a bit overboard with my workflow. It was fun for a few months, but over time it become too much to keep up with.

What I used to do was take Sunday evenings to dump the previous week’s photos onto my iMac. I’d then go through them all in Lightroom, tagging and ranking the ones I liked, and then editing them. This whole process took about 3 hours per week. If I missed a week, then it quickly added up.

Igor Kulman’s macOS, iPhone, and Watch setup »

Igor Kulman’s macOS, iPhone, and Watch setup

Igor Kulman lives in Prague, Czech Republic and is currently working as the lead iOS developer for a company that builds a secure messaging app for corporate customers.

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How to add accessibility captions to your Twitter photos »

In 2016, Twitter added the ability for users to add captions to their images when tweeted from the web or iOS apps.

But to this day, many people don’t add these labels to their images, which unfortunately leads to many accessibility issues for people who can’t physically see the photo. It’s a simple process, and we’ll walk you through it.

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MacX DVD Ripper Pro Summer Giveaway – The Fastest Software to Rip DVD to MP4 (Sponsor) »

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It is a good idea to backup DVD to video in case the discs become unplayable someday. MacX DVD Ripper Pro make it easy to convert protected DVDs, home DVDs to MP4, H.264, and other video for you to watch the content on Mac, iPad, or stream the movie from Mac or NAS drive to HD TV.

You can use the built-in editing tools to crop black bars in the widescreen movie you’ve already ripped. If some DVDs don’t have subtitles for English or other language you speak, MacX DVD Ripper Pro will help you rip them and add external subtitle. Supporting level-3 hardware acceleration tech, it can rip a full DVD with lossless quality in 5 minutes where many other applications may take 1 hour.

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Our thanks to MacX DVD Ripper Pro for sponsoring the site this week.