By AN Jay on January 20, 2011

5 Totally Awesome (Yet Free) Photography Apps For Your Mac

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No matter how many applications you have installed on your mac machine, you are always on the lookout for the next free and fun mac app and specially for photography apps that may help you capture and edit your photos taken from your iOS devices. Thanks to countless mac app developers you have a plethora of such apps to choose from. To save your time that would otherwise be spent on searching for these apps, we present a wonderful list of  free and useful mac applications for photography fans. These apps are freely available at recently launched mac app store too.

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Image Tricks Lite

Image Tricks Lite is a freeware photo editing application that utilizes Mac OS X Core Image filters and Quartz Compositions to transform your favorite photos. Image Tricks Lite also contains a powerful image generator for creating unique images at random.

Vowl

Vowl displays an automated slideshow of Flickr photos matching a list of tags that you specify in its preferences. You can customize the delay between photos, and whether Vowl’s window floats above all other windows or not.

Pic Transfer Companion

The easiest and fastest way to transfer your pictures & videos from your iPhone, iPod Touch and your iPad. You can transfer your pictures & videos anywhere, anytime, without limits.

Cinq Server

Cinq is a revolutionary App that gives you access to your entire iPhoto library or shared folders while you are on the go. It automatically caches photos for offline viewing, share any of your photos on Facebook and post any of your photos to Twitter.

RemoteSnap

This App needs “RemoteSnap” or “RemoteSnap Free” installed on your iPhone. Photos taken in these apps are automatically sent to your Mac on your local network.





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