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FX Photo Studio for iPad: Amazing Filters, Amazing Facts

Posted in February 16th, 2011
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FX Photo Studio for iPad: Amazing Filters, Amazing Facts

FX Photo Studio HD is the large update to MacPhun’s already capable iPad print modifying application. There have been roughly a single gazillion photo-processing apps in the store, but FX stands out for two reasons. First, it is very easy to use as well as second, it comes packaged with great goods.

The app functions similar to many others: you select an picture from your print manuscript as well as afterwards flip through menus to enhance or destroy it. FX wins here as it is quick, both in loading as well as in previewing the effects. And about those effects: There are 181 apart things you can do. Some effects are variations (there have been the couple of dissimilar vignettes, for e.g., as well as a little filters are simply tone variations on the theme). And some are solid run-down.

But nearly all of these filters have been value perplexing, from “Stencil Poster Red” seen in my screen-grab on top of, thru assorted lo-fi Lomoesque color shifts to blurs, tilt-shifts as well as even underlying paper textures. If I had had this back when I was the graphic designer, It would have let me get a lot more work done from the club.

There have been additionally basic modifying tools: Hidden inside of the filters you will find lightness, contrast as well as alternative adjustments. Effects can be attempted one by a single, as well as they replace any other. Press “Apply” as well as the shift is baked in (you can still remove. Then any brand new outcome is overlaid, creation the possibilities endless.

The common sharing options are here: Facebook, Flickr, Tumbler and Twiter, plus e-mail as well as save to print album. There is additionally an in-app “documents” printed matter to keep things you don’t need elsewhere.

The level of gloss is high. Not only can you re-order a effects lists, you can make the list of favorites, as well as all the UI transitions are smooth, fast fades. One really tidy feature is the ability to share the preset. First, you save your multi-effect preset, as well as then you opt to share it. Hit a share button and a preset settings are uploaded. You can afterwards share the formula via Twitter, Facebook, e-mail or a clipboard. And if somebody else sends you the formula, you can come in it as well as apply a effect to your own photos.

For all-out image tweaking, Photogene is still my the one preferred, though the operation and quality of goods in FX Photo Studio makes it good value a $3 price-tag. And it has one killer feature that, as distant as I know, no other app contains: Amazing Facts. When you export an image, it takes a few seconds to describe. The app throws up an Amazing Fact to
review whilst you wait. For example, did you know that in Australia, kids can’t buy cigarettes, though they have been authorised to fume them?

FX Photo Studio HD [iTunes]

FX Photo Studio HD [MacPhun. Thanks, Tyler!]


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