Headlines don’t come better than this: “645 Pro Takes The Best iPhone Photos You Have Ever Seen”. Charlie Sorrell, contributor to Cult of Mac, gives 645 PRO a thorough road test and shares his findings in a very clearly laid out piece—it’s recommended reading! Click here for the full story…
Here’s a YouTube app review of 6×6 for iPhone by pro photographer, peterwphoto. It includes a clear introduction to the app, its features and how to use it (thanks Peter!). He loves it for the square format and because it’s just so easy to use. Click on the image to view!
Yann Lebecque of French iPhone and mobile photography review site, icommephoto, has been following development of both 6×6 for iPhone and 6×7 for iPhone since late last year – he likes them both, a lot. But with the March updates to both and the introduction of optional Real-time Preview they earned full marks – 5/5! […]
Six stars out of six from MoboGraf reviewer Fausto Ramos who really appreciates the clutter-free interface of 6×6 for iPhone, and how fast it is. He says you shouldn’t be surprised if it “becomes your ‘go to’ camera app, with its high resolution and the overall simplicity”. Click here for the full story…
In his Photographer’s Guide to iPhone Photo Apps, National Geographic travel photographer, Cotton Coulson, has fun with 6×6 for iPhone. It reminded him of shooting with one of his first cameras, a 6×6 Rolleiflex, and he made the most of the app’s twin-lens reflex setting. In his words, “The beauty of this app is that […]
That’s the conclusion of Arabic Steve in his review of 6×7 for iPhone. Have a look here; you can also see his photos of The Village Mall in Dubai. ArabicSteveJobs is the go-to site for news, reviews and technical advice on all things Apple-related, (in Arabic).
A seriously in-depth review (in Chinese) of 6×7 for iPhone from iapp Taiwan. The reviewer loved the image ratio and the B&W. Take a look at the lovely example shots!
AppTudes says in its review published today, “6×7 focuses on taking photographs and does not contain unnecessary features such as filters, crop tools or saturation controls.” It’s awarded the app 4.5 stars; the readers have gone one better, giving it a 5 star rating! Read the full review here.
Life In Lo-Fi is one of the go-to blogs for iPhonographers so we were really pleased when photographer/designer/blogger Marty Yawnick picked up on 6×7 and declared it, “A simple but good app.” The review (which is of V1.0) is comprehensive and includes some great demo photographs. You can read it here.