iPhone and iPad apps tagged "photo effects."
Win a Free Personalized Photo Book from FX Photo Studio
The new version of award winning photo app for iPhone - FX Photo Studio - brings major performance upgrades, enhanced masking feature and the new color splash tool with image processing possibilities no other iPhone app can offer.
Halftone Photo Effects App Now Uses iOS 5 Face Detection
Today, Juicy Bits released Halftone 1.6.5, an update to their popular vintage photo effects app that takes advantage of new face detection features in iOS 5 to automatically position speech and thought balloons to add comic-style effects to an image.
Color Range is Next Generation Photo Editing App for iOS
As a photo addict, I'm always on the hunt for iPhone photo apps. The latest and greatest is Color Range, an iOS app that specializes in adding selective color effects to pics in your iPhone or iPad Photo Library.
Snapbucket Offers Customizable Photo Filters
Snapbucket now available in the app store.
With more than 100 million users, the photo sharing behemoth Snapbucket, its newest venture that is much more than just a photo filter app.
Snapbucket, in my opinion, is the next-generation of photo sharing apps.
Viddy is Instagram for Video - Edit, Add Effects, to iPhone Movies
With the natural progression of improved video capabilities on such devices as the iPhone 4, iPad 2 and the Android platforms, app developers have been very busy producing video-inspired apps. Right now, it's Viddy. A clever little movie editing app that is the Instagram of video sharing.
Super Snaps! 7 Unique Photo Apps That Add Image Effects to Your Pics
Most iPad owners own iPhones. So, it stands to reason that they also have photos that need work—and 10.7 inches of screen on which to do it. But why get elbows deep in photo editing to develop a cool effect? Here are 7 iPhone and iPad apps that can quickly add cool effects to your photos.
Hipstamatic Develops Vintage Pics from Your Modern iPhone
"Digital never looked so analog," says Hipstamatic's App Store description, and that's the key to this funky photo app's appeal. Hipstamatic gives you a choice of three lenses, three films, and two types of "flash.
Add Color to Your Life and Your Photos with Colorize
Colorize is an iPhone app that lets you create and recreate colorful pictures with the stroke of a brush – or really your finger.
What You See, You Get, in Live Effects for 3GS
Live Effects is a photographic effects app from Omaxmedia that’s a twist on the old WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) idea. What it does is twirls, swirls and distorts in other ways, images as seen through the iPhone 3GS’s camera in real-time.
PhotoShoot: Maim Your Photos in Marvelous Ways
PhotoShoot is a customizable dart board that lets you choose a photo (aka: target) and dart-style to release frustration or a enjoy quick chuckle.
Hulala iPix is a Girly Way to Dress up Your Pics
Hulala iPix — pronounced like a tropical version of oo-la-la — is another image decorating app that invites users to "bling up" their photos and share them with friends via Facebook or email.
iFlashReady Helps Correct Pictures in Low Lighting
As far as photography apps go, iFlashReady is pretty basic. It is designed to help enhance pictures taken without the aid of a flash, such as those taken with the iPhone camera.
Nabbed Makes Fun Photo Captions
Using hundreds of letters cut from magazines, Nabbed from More Blu Sky is a creative way to add captions to your photos.
I am not sure how Nabbed chose its app name, but perhaps it is because the letters look like a ransom note when they are used to make words to add to your photos.
Baby Maker! Creates Comical Kids
I do not have any children, but I have wondered on occasion what my kids would look like if I had some. Baby Maker! is designed to give me a comical glimpse into a child-filled future.
Don’t take Baby Maker! too seriously.
'stachetastic: A Digital Update on a Classic Pastime
'stachetastic - I'm sure there are some people who are reading this who never grew past the stage when they thought it was hilarious to draw fake mustaches on people. (I certainly didn't.) And yet, these days, everything is digital.
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