Articles tagged with: Filterstorm
Most iPhoneographers would love to create high resolution, detailed, print-ready images. High quality output greatly increases the desire for your work across many venues of the graphics industry. Larger prints mean more potential buyers, higher DPI means more detail in those reproductions which could lead to more industry recognition and possibly more green in your pocket.
A new Filterstorm update has just been released with new features, bug fixes and a new bug. It’s on sale now today only for $1.99 — that’s a big savings of $2.00 on one of the best, full-featured image editors in the App Store.
Filterstorm 4.1 was recently released. Although this is a .1 version update, it adds some powerful new tools to the app.
Luminance by Subsplash is a new photo editor that gives you pro photo editing capabilities in a simple and elegant interface. Luminance is a serious image editor with few frills beyond image editing.
In case you missed it a couple weeks ago, MacWorld’s Lauren Crabbe published a story online about using an iPhone for higher-quality image capture and editing.
It’s been a busy week for photo editor updates. Now, the popular image editor Iris Photo Suite update is in the App Store. This significant update adds many new user-requested features to the already impressive tool set.
Filterstorm 3.0 is the new update of this powerful image editor. With it’s newly revamped user interface and improvements to its tool set, Filterstorm 3 feels at home no matter which device it’s on. Filterstorm 3 sets the standard and redefines how image editing apps should work in the iOS.
The new update to Filterstorm is in the App Store now. The interface has been completely redesigned and a lot of powerful editing tools have been added.
The new update to Filterstorm is nearly ready to street. We’ve got a video of a quick preview of the redesigned iPhone interface of Filterstorm 3.
Yet another Black Friday app sale. Filterstorm, a universal app for iPad and iPhone is on sale today for $1.99 — that’s a savings of $2.00 off the regular price.
You can get good-quality iPhone photo prints from any iDevice. While most photo sharing is done online these days, all iPhones have very print-friendly resolutions, including the early 2 megapixel cameras of the 2G and 3G.
The iPad will change in a very big way how we receive content and information. I believe the iPad will create new industries and rescue old ones.