5 Photo-Taking Applications for the iPhone
     
 

Is it me, or is photography really gaining some momentum in Singapore recently? With the rise of applications that beautify your pictures with filters and labels, I must say I’m not too surprised!

If you’re looking to have some fun with your photos, you should really check out these applications:

1. Instagram
Instagram is by far one of the most popular photo-taking applications for the iPhone. Simply snap a shot with your iPhone, apply a filter to it and voila! A work of art is born. You can even share your Instagram photos on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. Pretty neat eh?

2. Labelbox
Want some add-ons to your picture? Use Labelbox and add some personality into your photos!

3. Tilt Shift Generator
Like those toy camera effects on your photos? Use the Tilt Shift Generator application on your photos and turn Singapore town into Sim City!

4. Tucia Mobile
This one is definitely popular with the girls, the Tucia Mobile app can make your face look flawless and even snip away those body fats! Bet Chloe would love this app…

5. Comicfy
Lastly, add a dash of humour into your photos with the Comicfy app! Priciest app of the lot at USD $2.99, but definitely one with some pretty cool comic effects. Great for those looking to relive the days of Marvel Comics with their pictures!

These are some of my favourite photo-taking applications – do you have any to recommend?

 
 
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