Archive for the ‘photos’ Category

I finally got my invite for Pinterest this week and I’ve been having so much fun exploring all of the beautiful pinboards that early users have created.  It’s easy to create your own boards — when you come across something that strikes your fancy simply use the bookmarklet to “pin” it to your board. If […]


Adobe Ideas (iTunes link) is an app for the iPhone and iPad that helps you quickly sketch out design ideas on a blank canvas or a photo.  There’s also a handy color palette generator for use on a new photo or an existing one. It’s completely free so even if you’re not very creative (you’ll […]


Photoshop.com Mobile iPhone App is a free and easy to use photo editor.  You can use it with new photos you take or on photos already in your camera roll.  Use it to quickly add effects, crop images and more. Check out the screencast to see more: CameraBag ( iTunes link) isn’t free, but it’s […]


HotPrints gives its users an easy and inexpensive way to create photo books from your Facebook or Bebo pictures.  And now the company is offering you one free HotBook per month. The free books are ad-supported, but the ads will be inserts that you can remove — they wont be printed next to your photos.  […]


Stupeflix is a fun site that helps you  create movies out of your images and video. All you need to do is add your media and Stupeflix does most of the “editing” for you.  You can add text and music to your movie and download it when you’re done.  The entire process should only take […]


Yahoo Meme is a Microblogging service from Yahoo that recently launched in English.  Basically, Yahoo Meme gives you a way to quickly post text (140 characters), images, videos from YouTube and Vimeo, and MP3’s (you can only link to an MP3 on the Web).  These items can quickly be reposted by other users and commented […]


Pictaculous is a great little tool for creating color palettes out of images.  Whether it’s your favorite family photo or your favorite Website logo, Pictaculous can generate a color palette out of it in seconds. To use Pictaculous, just upload an image and click on “Get My Palette”.  You’ll then be shown the color palette […]