The world’s largest photo service gettyimages just made its pictures free to use through an open-embed program. Websites can append a footer at the bottom of the picture with a credit and link to the licensing page to use their pictures.
Google+ photo editor will add HDR Scape (currently available in the Snapseed app in Android and iOS) to provide HDR effect. A zoom feature will also be available to check your focus
Google+ photo editor to add HDR and Zoom tools
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