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Vote Now in the iPhone Life Photo Contest: Voting Ends March 3!

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Vote now in the iPhone Life iPhone Photography Contest! The deadline is Monday, March 3. Click HERE to choose your favorite images. The top 10 photos will be featured in an upcoming issue of iPhone Life magazine.

Don't worry if you can't choose just one; you can vote for as many photos as you like. You can only vote once per day for each image though, so make sure you vote every day from now until the contest closes at 11:59 p.m. on March 3!



Enter the iPhone Life Photo Contest: Deadline Feb. 21!

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Mt. Rainier from Crystal Summit

It's photo contest time again. We know you enjoy taking occasional artistic shots with your iPhone, so why not get rewarded for it! Enter our iPhone Photography Contest for a chance to win awesome prizes and a spot in our magazine! 



iPhoneography Workflow: "Dawn On Sunday"

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This is my workflow for the photo titled "Dawn On Sunday." My family and I recently went on vacation to New Smyrna Beach, FL. It had been cloudy and rainy the entire week. I read the weather and saw that I might have a chance to catch a sunrise on Sunday, so my son and I got up early that morning and headed to the beach where I was lucky enough to see the sun rising. The sunrise lasted for about an hour before the clouds recovered the sun and sky.



How To Edit Photos On Your iDevice

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Besides the convenience, I think the best part about my iPhone's camera is the ability to quickly edit the pictures I've taken.

To edit a photo, go to your Camera Roll and select the photo you would like to spruce up. Tap on Edit in the upper right corner of your screen. Here you'll be given several tools to edit your photo.

The various edit options (from left to right on the bottom of your screen) allows you to rotate your photo, auto-enhance it, choose different filters, remove red-eye, or crop your photo.



How To Import Photos from Your iDevice to Your Computer

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I have a friend who has several hundred photos on her iPhone 5. She's been taking photos on her phone since last summer and has never exported any of them. She's running out of room to take more. The other day she asked me how to get the photos from her phone to her computer.

She's never connected her iPhone to her computer, instead choosing to upgrade her operating system and download apps wirelessly. 

There are a variety of ways to export photos, most of them depending on what kind of computer you have and what operating system you are running.

Here I'll explain ways to export your photos and videos from your iDevice to your computer:



CES 2014: Ōlloclip Shows Off Its Suite Of iOS Camera Tools

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Ōlloclip makes some of my favorite tools for iPhone photography and this year at CES the company was there in force, showing off their impressive new array of iPhoneography gear.

 



Apple Buys SnappyCam App Along with Developer SnappyLabs

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The iPhone 5s camera is already a wonder, and clearly Apple has plans to make it even better, as indicated by the news this past weekend that Apple had purchased both the SnappyCam app and the one-man company that developed it: SnappyLabs. The app had been quite popular because it allowed users to take a burst of high-quality photos, similar to the burst mode Apple eventually incorporated into the iPhone 5s. Apparently creating this feature was no small feat, and Apple must have been impressed by the achievement of the developer, John Papandriopoulos. Apple's intention is likely to incorporate some of the impressive technology of SnappyCam into the iPhone's Camera app. But Apple also purchases companies with the intention of not only acquiring their technology but also their personnel. And so Papandriopolous will now be contributing his expertise as an employee of Apple.



Top 3 Pepcom Products for Teens from CES 2014

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The Pepcom Digital Experience is one of the most anticipated events at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. More than 200 brands come together the night before CES officially opens to show tech journalists their best products of the year, and I'm bringing my three favorite products for teens to you.



Vote Now in the iPhone Life Photo Contest: Voting Ends Dec. 30!

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Vote now in the iPhone Life iPhone Photography Contest! The deadline is Monday, December 30. Click HERE to choose your favorite images. The top 10 photos will be featured in the March-April issue of iPhone Life magazine.



Enter Our iPhone Photography Contest! Deadline: Dec. 20

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It's photo contest time again. We know you enjoy taking occasional artistic shots with your iPhone so why not get rewarded for it! Enter our iPhone Photography Contest for a chance to win awesome prizes and a spot in our magazine! 

Submit your best iPhone photograph(s) at iphonelife.com/enterphoto by Dec. 20. You must take and edit all photos with an iOS device, using only iOS apps. Don't forget to give each photo a title, and tell us which apps, if any, you used to process each image with.



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