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Introducing Camera+ Studio

For a very long time, fans of Camera+ 2 have asked us when we would be bringing the app to the desktop. We’ll that time is now! Camera+ Studio is now available for Mac. You can edit with some of your favorite tools on the big screen with our full suite of editing tools. Whether […]

Shooting in Harsh Light

Finding the perfect light isn’t always possible. It’s not like you can move the sun when you’ve found the perfect spot to capture a moment. That’s why learning to shoot in direct sunlight is a pro-level trick you need up your sleeve.  So when the clouds are absent, use these tricks to capture great photos […]

Ways to Play with Monuments Mode

Welcome to Monuments Mode! Camera+ 2 is known for having excellent features and our newest is no exception! Using the power of AI, we have created a new shooting mode designed to remove objects in motion that get in the way of getting the perfect shot. Now that lockdowns are lifting & I’ve been fortunate […]

Film Vibes

I learned to shoot on film – back when I was a baby photographer. So, even though I shoot mostly digital now, I am still always hunting for those film vibes. Come along with me as I edit a couple photos and show you the tricks to create my favorite film looks.  Portra Portra film […]

One Edit – Big Impact

One of the best things about shooting on the iPhone is that all the tools you need to edit are also right there at your fingertips. Shooting > editing > posting & sharing can all take place in minutes and still look amazing! Camera+ 2 has several editing tools + features that can be utilized […]

Keeping Your iPhone Photos Organized

Are your digital images a hot mess? Can you never find the image you are looking for? I totally get that!  If you read this post, you will remember my great shame – that I used to just drop my iPhone photos in folders called “iPhone dump” and never see them again. Don’t be like […]

Tips for Shooting in the Snow

This time of year can bring a challenging photography scenario. Snow. It can be tricky to shoot – turning out kind of grey or completely blown out. I’ve got a few tips to help you out through so lets get started. I remember learning how to shoot in the snow in college. Back then we […]