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Scalado Remove Gets The Hands-On Treatment Ahead Of MWC, Wipes Out Photobombers With Ease

Scalado Remove Gets The Hands-On Treatment Ahead Of MWC, Wipes Out Photobombers With Ease

You may remember a couple of weeks ago when we covered an app by Scalado called Remove that, well, removes strangers from your mobile photos. The app is officially scheduled to debut to the public at this years Mobile World Congress, but ABC News' This Could Be Big segment gave the software a quick hands-on ahead of time:

Remove, as explained in the video above, works by taking multiple photos of a scene and highlighting unnecessary foot traffic/unwanted objects, wiping them out quickly and easily, and patching them with the background your photo was supposed to have.

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Paper Camera Updated To Version 2.0, Adds Video Capability, Android Beam Support

Paper Camera Updated To Version 2.0, Adds Video Capability, Android Beam Support

Paper Camera, one of the most successful camera apps on the Android Market, got an update to version 2.0 today. You may remember our preview of version 2.0 earlier this month, 2.0 being the update which promised to add video capability to the already awesome app. Well, JFDP Labs LTD has made good on that promise, and thrown in a few other tweaks as well.

At the moment, only the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy SII, Galaxy Note, Droid 3, and Transformer Prime have official video support, but JFDP advises that other devices "might have some degree of support."

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Helicon Remote (Beta) Offers Tethered DSLR Control For Nikon (And Canon) Users, Including Advanced Bracketing And Live View

Helicon Remote (Beta) Offers Tethered DSLR Control For Nikon (And Canon) Users, Including Advanced Bracketing And Live View

As someone who primarily shoots with Nikon equipment, I was somewhat disappointed to learn that Chainfire's DSLR Controller (while awesome) lacked support for Nikon cameras back when it came out. Looking to alleviate the Nikon user's plight, Helicon Soft Ltd. introduced Helicon Remote (beta) to the Android Market some time ago, allowing Nikon and Canon users alike to shoot while tethered to an Android tablet running Honeycomb 3.1 or later.

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Helicon Remote boasts an impressive list of features, from advanced (read 15+ exposure) bracketing, to full screen live view, to time lapse shooting (which, unfortunately, isn't in the current beta).

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[Review] Easy-Macro Lens Band: It's Not Every Day That A Rubber Band Blows Your Mind

[Review] Easy-Macro Lens Band: It's Not Every Day That A Rubber Band Blows Your Mind

A few weeks ago, we highlighted a neat accessory for your cell's camera called the Easy-Macro Lens Band. After reading our coverage of the item, the creator of it hit me up on Twitter to say thanks, and then sent me a few samples. I absolutely love macro photos, so I've spent the last several weeks playing with this little band and wanted to share my feelings.

What Is It?

For those unaware, the Easy-Macro band is an extremely simple solution for taking macro photos.

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[New App] Planning An Outdoor Photo Session? The Photographer's Ephemeris Can Tell You Sun And Moon Direction, Timing, And Temperature

[New App] Planning An Outdoor Photo Session? The Photographer's Ephemeris Can Tell You Sun And Moon Direction, Timing, And Temperature

First launched as a desktop app in 2009, Crookneck Consulting LLC's The Photographer's Ephemeris, is finally available for Android.

TPE allows photographers to plan outdoor sessions with an impressive level of detail and accuracy, providing information related to sun and moon rise and setting, color temperature, and interactive maps that will show you the trajectory of relevant celestial bodies, allowing you to plan your shoot around the best possible lighting situation.

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