Articles tagged with: monophix
Here’s some more Black Friday goodness. The excellent color-to-black & white apps MonoPhix and MonoPhixHD for iPad are FREE right now for a limited time. FlashPhix is also free right now.
MonoPhix 3.1 recently hit the App Store. The update adds color filters for black & white conversion to this excellent monochrome conversion app.
Users of Vint B&W should give Simply B&W a shot — it has a better toolset and they may find this to be a good, newer, more useful replacement to the classic black & white camera app.
One of my favorite captures in a long time. A nice thing about shooting on Hollywood Blvd. is that you never have to worry about passers-by getting out of the way of your shot if that’s what you want.
MonoPhix 3.0 (and a couple of bug-fix updates bringing it to 3.0.2) was released recently. Imagine taking an excellent iPhone app and then piling about 200% more excellent on it and thatâ€™s the latest …
MonoPhix 3 received a bump to version 3.0.2. Basically, this means that it should run on devices running a version of iOS prior to iOS 4.0. It’s now available in the app store.
Not only does MonoPhix 3 have a ton of new tools, but it also features the much requested larger preview area. One of the new features of the app is the ability to hide the tool overlays.
Have you got an iPad? MonoPhix HD for iPad was updated recently and I’m giving away 5 free promo codes.
It’s the anniversary of Life In LoFi this week. I’m going to celebrate by giving away to you a ton of stuff this week.
The definitive list of iPhone photo apps, they’re resolution and how they work (or don’t) with iOS 4 on the iPhone 4 and its 5MP camera. Searchable. Updated regularly.
Spotty full-res support and noisy, blown out monochrome conversions make Monochromia a disappointing app for iPhoneography
MonoPhix apps do an outstanding job of converting color images to grayscale, high-contrast monochrome, or any number of shades in between.