Digital Photography Tip: A New App For Panoramas

April 11, 2013

Digital Photography Tip: A New App For Panoramas

I’ll be the first one to say that, when it comes to real photography, I prefer my DSLR over a compact camera or the camera on my phone. I know the DSLR is big and somewhat cumbersome, but I love working with it—the options it gives me and the wonderful images it can help me create.

But that’s not to say that I don’t like taking photos with my iPhone. It can be a lot of fun! And, so, I like to keep up with the latest apps to see what’s new. I just saw a piece on a new app for panoramic photos. It looks interesting:

A Cool Phone App for Panoramic Photos (Even 360˚ Shots)




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