That’s why we've picked 10 awesome new iPhone camera apps that will help you take you photography skills to the next level and do some quick adjustments that would often take some heavy post-processing even on a traditional dedicated desktop software like Photoshop. From awesome single-purpose apps that will transform your images almost into pieces of art with an oil painting effect, to apps providing unlimited cloud storage, and neat tools that will straighten up your photos, these are some of the finest new iPhone camera photography apps for 2014. Take a look below.
10 awesome new iPhone camera apps from 2014
This app will transform your images into oil paintings with a nice style and a variety of canvases and surfaces.
Converging lines have always been a given in Mobile Photography - but not anymore. You can now correct horizontal and vertical perspective distortion with just one swipe.
Stackables brings the idea of layers onto the iPhone, so that you can edit your image without destroying them, plus you have a rich selection of filters and textures.
A great collage-maker that superimposes your photos on top of others, so that they blend nicely.
Litely comes with a selection of cinematic filters that gives images that signature cinematic look.
FrontBack brings to life a simple idea - take a photo with the front camera, another with the back camera, and share them both in a single image.
7. Halftone 2
This app transforms images into comic book and videos.
An all-in-one photo app that replaces the stock camera app and allows you to edit with 46 free gorgeous filters, as well as 36 paid ones. Edit your photo in a certain way and you can save that edit and apply the same effects with just one tap via actions.
9. Image Blender
A simplistic and creative app for combining images with masks and different blend modes on your iPhone and iPad.
Shutter gives you an unlimited camera roll with smart storage management, unlimited sharing, several filter choices, album management, and background upload.
11. Bonus one: Moju
Moju is a bit like Vine, but for photography - images with action. It’s as simple as point-and-shoot up to 24 frames, then pivot/twist the device to see your images come alive.