In preparation for this evening’s Seedlings webcast on EdTechTalk about 365 Photo projects and iPhoneography, I’ve created three new app lists on Appolicious. Each of these lists (available on Appolicious) are linked, so you can use them to directly view each app’s page on iTunes and download them if desired.

Favorite apps for photo capture / photography: iPhoneography Capture Apps

Capture Apps for iPhoneography

Favorite apps for iPhone image editing / mobile editing: Photo Editing Apps

Editing Apps for iPhoneography

Favorite apps for iPhone photo uploads / media sharing: Media Sharing (Upload apps)

Upload Apps for iPhoneography

Bob Sprankle’s collection of iPhoneography apps is much more comprehensive than mine. He (along with Marco Torres) is one of my main sources of inspiration and learning about iPhoneography.

Please join us this evening on EdTechTalk if you can (7:30 pm EST / 6:30 pm CST / 5:30 pm MST / 4:30 pm PDT – it’s free!) for our discussions about digital photography and 365 photo projects! For more links and background, see my post, “Photo 365 Projects on Seedlings: Thurs Jan 6th.”

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