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Hueless and Huemore Updated. Now With Uncompressed TIFF

Submitted by on May 10, 2013 – 1:00 pm 36 Comments

Huemore updated

Both Hueless and Huemore from curious satellite just got updates. There are only a few new features, but they should really please photographers who output high quality prints.

More info and some promo codes to give away after the jump. >>>

Hueless, Huemore 2.5 update

HuemoreBoth Hueless and Huemore are powerful, simple, fast, and elegant cameras.

Hueless, in my opinion, is the best black-and-white camera app available for iPhone. It’s a fast and easy way to take beautiful looking black-and-white photographs. It has a great user interface and a powerful set of tools that doesn’t get in the way of the shot.

Huemore is a color camera app that features the same great interface as Hueless. The app has excellent exposure, contrast and saturation control and lets you see the results of your changes instantly in the viewfinder. Although you can use the app’s tool for much more, having the ability to tweak color temperature in the viewfinder lets you make corrections on the fly. Using the presets is also like shooting with a warm or a cool film, depending on your preference.

Best of all, despite both apps’ powerful toolsets, when it comes time to shoot, the interface stays out of the way. Both apps are very nice to shoot with.

Hueless and Huemore Updates

Both Hueless and Huemore now feature toggles which let you save your files as a lossless TIFF or a maximum quality JPEG (100). Although the image compression on both apps defaults to JPEG Quality 90 (which is still very good), the new settings give photographers the choice of saving files with virtually no added JPG artifacts. The new settings can be turned on in the apps’ preferences in the iOS Settings app. You can also touch-and-hold the “H” button to switch between JPEG and TIFF formats on the fly.

The updates also feature an improved shutter response as well as various EXIF updates and mitigated ICC profile warnings.

The addition of high-quality image saves is a great, pro feature for photographers who prefer the highest quality, least compressed images in their workflow.

Both apps are $1.99 each.

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + 4G, iPad (4th generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini and iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

Here’s the App Store link for Hueless

Here’s the App Store link for Huemore

Hueless and Huemore Giveaway

I’ve got a few promo codes for both Hueless and Huemore to give away today. To be eligible to win a copy, simply enter using the giveaway widgets below. If you follow us on Facebook and Twitter, you’ll have additional chances for a free copy.

Cut-off time to enter is 11:59 PM Eastern Time, Monday, May 13, 2013. Winners will be determined by Random.org. One code per reader, please.

Winners will be notified by email, Facebook message or Twitter direct message — be sure to check your spam filter. If you enter, be sure your email info is correct or your code will go to someone else. Your email address is used for contest entry and for contacting the winning entrants only. We will not use or sell your email address for any other purpose.

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Big thanks to Christopher Radliff from curious satellite for supplying us with these giveaways.

Marty Yawnick

Marty is a self-employed graphic designer in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. He is an avid Rangers baseball, Chicago Cubs, Packers and Highbury Arsenal fan. In addition to capturing random moments with whatever camera is close by (usually his iPhone), his other interests include coffee, film, music, and traveling in seats 5E and 5F with his fiancé.

  • Robert Herold

    The new update seems to be an interesting one. Marty, it would be great to see a review about the lossless TIFFs or the maximum quality JPEGs of Huemore, Pure and ProCamera. Otherwise I would be glad to give Huemore a try.

  • Nekitperes

    Ready to win!!

  • Mariellen

    I bought Hueless when it first came out & enjoy both its quality and ease of use. Huemore would also be a welcome addition to my camera bag!

  • Matt

    Hope it’s me!

  • Bill

    Great App!

  • Peter Barber

    Hueless looks great. I hope I win.

  • Peter Barber

    Huemore also looks great. I hope I win either!

  • Pekka Kupiainen

    looks great. hope i win.

  • ThePixelated

    HEY! AWESOME! I love Hueless! I can’t wait to try Huemore!

  • Mike

    Losless tiff/dRaw does not bring a noticeable quality improvement. I have compared 100% crops from Pure Shot, Mpro, and now Hueless and the only real noticeable difference is file size, and believe me any difference you get is not worth the extra megabytes.

  • Charlie

    I only get about 1.1mB on my Hueless pics, but I heard/read it’s supposed to be 8mB. What are others finding?