Tag Archive: Filters


Free iPhone App Transforms Your Videos With ‘Touch Effects & Filters’

Hoping to recreate the success Instagram has had doing a similar thing to still images, new app Spotliter Video allows users to add a range of effects to videos shot using iOS devices. The free app was developed by Netomat,…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Twitter Adding New Search Filters And Trending Topics Timeline To Official App

Today Twitter announced a couple of new features that are coming to its official iOS and Google Play apps. The first is search filters for easily discovering different types of media, like photos or video. You can also toggle the…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Mattebox 2 Can Export Its Filters To Lightroom, Photoshop

  I said that the original Mattebox may be “the best iPhone camera app around, but then I went back to using the iPhone’s built-in camera for everything and doing the edits in post. But Mattebox 2 has just launched,…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Camera+ Update Brings Full Resolution Burst Mode, iOS 7 Filters

Camera+, one of the best third-party camera apps for iOS — and one of the most supported — has today received its fourth update since Apple released iOS 7. This one delivers full resolution burst mode on devices that are capable of supporting it, plus all of the photo filters you’ll find in iOS 7’s […]

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Instapaper Goes Flat For iOS 7, Adds Smart Filters For Sorting Articles

IMG_3647The new Instapaper is here for iOS 7, and it’s flatter. Betaworks has simplified the app’s layout to fit the design aesthetic of iOS 7, and it looks great. The biggest addition to Instapaper 5.0 is article filtering by date, length, read time, and popularity. Videos have finally been sorted into their own folder with […]

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Basil 2.0 Adds Background Timers, Smart Recipe Filters, Awesome iOS7 Redesign

Recipe ViewBasil, still hands-down my favorite recipe app for the iPad, is going 2.0 just in time for iOS7. And man, if you thought the original was clean, slick and easy to use, then you’re going to be blown away by v2.0, which developer Kyle Baxter tells me is “basically an entire new app.” Basil is […]

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Monokrom B&W App Uses The Colors Of Your Picture As Filters

shotMonokrom is a pretty neat B&W conversion app for the iPhone. I uses colored filters to do the converting, so you can get some dramatic effects, just like if you were to use colored filters on your lens whilst shooting B&W film. Unlike most iPhone B&W apps, though, the range of available filters is unlimited […]

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Roll Your Own iPhone Filters Using… Your iPhone

Eyes in Back of HeadAdding textured filters to your photos: RAD! Adding pre-made textured filters to your photos? Lame. That’s why you need to make your own filters right now, and Geri Centonze from iPhoneLife is here to tell you how. Geri’s tutorial involves snapping pictures of blank sheets of paper with Hipstamatic, applying Hipstamatic’s own filters and then […]

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Roll Your Own iPhone Filters Using… Your iPhone

Eyes in Back of HeadAdding textured filters to your photos: RAD! Adding pre-made textured filters to your photos? Lame. That’s why you need to make your own filters right now, and Geri Centonze from iPhoneLife is here to tell you how. Geri’s tutorial involves snapping pictures of blank sheets of paper with Hipstamatic, applying Hipstamatic’s own filters and then […]

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IOS 7′s New Photo Filters Are Lossless, Keeping Original Photo Untouched

It looks like the new photo filters in iOS 7 are lossless. That is, the original, untouched image file is saved as is, and the effect is applied on-the-fly. This is how non-destructive editing apps like Lightroom and Aperture do their thing.

What does this mean for users? It means that you can shoot away in black and white and return to the original colored pictures later. In theory, it’s a  [Read More…]