Feb 24, 2013

Filters! The New iPhone App From Formatt-Hitech
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Photography

 

Filters! is an Upgraded Camera for iOS

Nearly all other photo apps today are not cameras but merely post-capture image processors, meaning you’re limited to using the iPhone camera app to make your photograph, and altering it later to varying degrees. Essentially most photo apps are not cameras. Filters! is a truly upgraded camera for the iPhone and should always be the first step in your image processing workflow. Filters! saves adjustments and effects at the pixel level, providing the photographer with the highest quality images of any camera application for iOS on the market. Images created with Filters! are sharper and more vibrant and a better foundation for post-processing.

Filters! features a tap to focus feature allowing the user to choose their focal point. One of Filters! most exciting features is the “Hold to Expose” tool. The user simply holds and drags their finger to the desired area of the image to adjust the exposure. Want to expose for that bright sky? Drag your finger over the sky. Want to exposure for the dark foliage? Drag your finger there. It’s quick, easy and extremely powerful.

via Filters! The New iPhone App From Formatt-Hitech. « Wide Open Camera.

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