Posted by Jayce Ooi as Photography
Finally, Irista is able to use now. Heard it few weeks ago but was down for maintenance back then. Yeah… It is back online now. Irista is your free online photo storage. It is for organising, finding and viewing your images only. There is 10GB storage space available for free. And you can increase the storage up to 100GB on Premium package (which need to pay). By the way, it is not limited to Canon users only. Nikon, Olympus, Sony, Panasonic and Samsung users can enjoy this free service too.
Want to try out the latest and greatest free photo adjustment software from Canon? Yes, Digital Photo Professional 4.0 is here for both Windows and Mac OS X. As usual, you can use it to browse, select and develop RAW images. But unlike previous version, DPP 4.0 supports EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C, EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 6D only for the moment. And you need 64-bit Windows too. Any new features on DPP 4.0? Well, I just installed it. Still need some time to explore…
Canon Digital Photo Professional 4
Love to use Google Camera Lens Blur mode? You will like this one too. Yes, there is a tool to convert Lens Blur photo to 3D parallax effect view. Enjoy your photo in 3D mode thanks to Depthy. And you can extract it to GIF and share it out too. Just like the example below…
3D parallax effect GIF
You can enjoy SLR Lens Blur mode with new Google Camera like new Samsung Galaxy S5 camera. Or you can also enjoy the very same thing on Sony Xperia Devices with the latest Background defocus camera from Sony Mobile. Background defocus app simulates a shallow depth of field by creating a blurred out background. Who need new Galaxy S5 or Nexus devices, right Sony users?
Background defocus camera for Sony Xperia Devices
Yahoo… Android 4.4 KitKat users rejoice. You can enjoy the latest Google Camera on your Android phone and tablet. What are the new features? Lens Blur mode for SLR-like photos with shallow depth of field is the one that interest me the most. You do have Photo Spheres for immersive 360º views and Panorama mode with high resolution too. Photos took by Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) will never be the same with Lens Blur mode.
SLR alike photo with shallow depth of field