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Recrop is an iOS app designed to help you perfect your framing and straighten photos but do photographers really need it?

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The Apollo iOS app gives you impressive control over the lighting in your shots captured with the Portrait Mode on your iPhone but how well does it perform?

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Adobe's packed a lot of popular Photoshop retouching tools into its new free app but can it produce results photographers will be happy with?

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Daniel Bell reviews the IguanaLapse iOS app which lets you shoot timelapse videos using your iPhone or iPad - you can even connect it to your DSLR.

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Daniel Bell reviews the Photoristic HD iPad app, which has a number of general editing tools, advanced colour options and a wide range of presets.

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Do you want a more convenient method of producing model release forms for your shoots. Top Model Release is an iOS app which lets you create model release forms without the need for paper. Daniel Bell reviews.

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Daniel Bell reviews the Lapse HD/R iOS app which combines HDR and time lapse photography.

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The Cycloramic iPhone app uses the iPhone 5 built-in vibration to spin it and take panoramic photos and videos. Daniel Bell reviews.

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New to wedding photography? The Wedding Photography Inspiration Guide for iOS could help you on your way. Daniel Bell reviews.

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The Color Splash For iPad app allows you to create black and white images, with a touch of colour, Daniel Bell trys it out.

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Daniel Bell reviews the Handy Photo iOS app, it has a number of editing options and is available for just 1.49.

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The Camera Awesome iOS app is free, Daniel Bell investigates as to whether it is worth downloading.

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