Union, the blending & masking app, and the newest addition to the Pixite Apps lineup, was released today. Pixite has been slowly teasing Union’s release through social media over the past few months, and as with all Pixite Apps that have come before it, Union did not disappoint. To begin, users add a background. This(…)
This image was created using an iPhone 5S, with the Stock Camera app. The image was then processed using Snapseed.
While browsing the App Store recently I ran across a little app called Diana that I thought was worth mentioning. Diana, is an app from Stettiner Games, and is their first true “photo” app, as the concept behind the app stems from the dreamy quality of multiple exposure images that users of the famous toy(…)
For those who like painterly apps, you might want to check out Brushstroke, the newest app from Code Organa. Code Organa is also the developers of the popular app ToonCamera, so they have some experience creating apps with these types of artistic effects. One major difference with Brushstroke though, is that it allows the user(…)
While I normally don’t do a lot of reviews on video apps, I was recently approached by the developers of Layered, a new Video post production app that allows users to add music, text overlays, shape overlays, and animation to their videos, to see if I’d be interested in checking out the app. I’d seen(…)
Today’s image was created using an iPhone 5S, with the ProCamera 7 app, then the image was processed using the Snapseed app, then it was processed using Mextures, Tangent & LoryStripes.
Today’s image was created using an iPhone 5S, with the Hipstamatic App (Rasputin Film, YURI 61 lens). The image was then processed using Mextures, Camera Awesome and Doodles.
Today’s image was created using an iPhone 5S, using the Hipstamatic App (Rasputin Film, YURI 61 Lens). Then the image was processed using Snapseed.
Today’s image was created using an iPhone 5S, with the ProCamera 7 App, then the image was processed using TinyPlanet. Next, the image was processed using Mextures, and Tangent.
To celebrate the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, today Hipstamatic has released the Sochi Hipstapak. The Sochi Hipstapak is available for an in-app purchase of $0.99, and includes the “Rasputin Film” and the “YURI 61″ lens. The Rasputin Film is described as: “A warm splash of beauty on a(…)