3 Free, Unique iPad Apps for Photography

The Apple iPad is a photographers delight; its large screen and two cameras can help you capture some great shots. But what really makes it useful for photography is the huge number of these apps out there, both free and paid, that can let you do almost anything with the photographs you click.

Below are three very useful, and unique iPad apps that every photographer must have.

If you use any other apps for photography purposes, do recommend it to our readers in the comments below.

Photobucket for iPad


The Photobucket app allows you to upload existing media from your iPad directly to your Photobucket albums. Using the Find Stuff categories or by search billions of photos, you can fulfill your appetite for quick visual extravaganza. You can easily download images to your iPad for use as wallpapers, contact IDs, and more.

The Guardian Eyewitness


The Guardian Eyewitness app for iPad showcases the world’s most distinctive and provocative photographs, providing a daily, visual reflection of global events. The app provides free access to our award-winning Eyewitness photography series, which appears in full colour in the centre spread of the Guardian newspaper each day.

Adobe Photoshop Express


With Photoshop Express, it’s easy to improve your photos. Choose from a variety of one-touch effects, or simply drag your finger across the screen to crop, rotate, or adjust color. Add artistic filters like Soft Focus or Sketch. A copy of your original file is always saved, and you can undo and redo changes until you get just the look you want.


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