Adobe has released a heavily-revised edition of Lightroom for Android. While the new version does not offer much in terms of additional functionality, it will significantly change the way that the app is used.
Tag Archive for Photography
The market for 360-degree cameras is highly competitive at the moment, and now Garmin has become the latest company to produce an offering of its own. But despite a number of products already being available, the Garmin VIRB 360 stands out thanks to its 5.7K video recording.
Testing of a new offline mode has begun on Instagram’s Android app. By fetching content when a data connection is available, Instagram is then able to display it when users are offline.
Recently when Nokia announced its return to the international mobile phone market, there was no mention of Car Zeiss glass being used for the cameras. At the time it appeared that the iconic relationship was over, although now Nokia has hinted at a possible revival.
Camera quality is the one key area where smartphone manufacturers have been seeking to differentiate their products in recent years. In line with that trend, it appears that BlackBerry is preparing to include a top-end sensor in its next smartphone.
The photo effects app Prisma is coming to Android, after the developers announced the launch of a new beta programme. Prisma has been receiving a lot attention recently thanks to its ability to take mediocre photos and turn them into something more artistic.
It has emerged that the Google Photos Android app is likely backing up many users’ images without their knowledge. Even after Google Photos has been removed from a device, by default, pictures are still uploaded to Google’s cloud.
There is some good news for Instagram users on Android, with the promise that the quality of images is to improve on Google’s mobile operating system. Photos uploaded to Instagram from Android smartphones have always appeared poorer quality than images sent from iOS devices, with excessive image compression largely accepted as being the culprit.
A new feature could be heading to the stock Android camera app, which would make taking that perfect photo just a little bit easier. It seems that Google is working on an intelligent burst mode, which would be able to rapidly take a series of shots, before automatically choosing the best.