Articles tagged with: PhotoForge
GhostBird Software announce the upcoming arrival of PhotoForge2. Completely re-written from the ground up, PhotoForge2 has some of the most powerful photo editing features available in the App Store. Yes, it does.
If you’re looking for a Photoshop-like image editor for iPhone, PerfectPhoto certainly has more than enough power and features to warrant a look, especially for the new Spot Healing and Red-Eye tools.
PhotoForge for iPhone is on sale now for only $0.99 and PhotoForge for iPad is on sale for only $1.99 â€“ a significant savings off each app.
PhotoWizard-Editor is another app in this calls that’s definitely worth a look at. It’s a full-featured image editor with a complete suite of editing tools as well as some other unique features.
PhotoForge for iPhone is on sale now for only $0.99 and PhotoForge for iPad is on sale for only $2.99 – that’s $2.00 off each app.
The superior camera of the iPhone 4 makes a strong case for using an iPhone for commercial photography. It has a 5 megapixel resolution that is certainly usable for many print purposes.
Iris Photo Suite has quickly become one of the more popular photo editing apps among iPhoneographers. The new 1.3 update released today adds a long awaited feature to iPhone image editing apps – layers support and blending
The September 2010 issue of Macworld features a cover shot of an iPhone 4… that was shot and post-processed using an iPhone 4!
In case you don’t obsessively check for app updates like me, here are a few of the more significant iPhone photo app updates released around July 20, 2010
If you’re experiencing the low light yellow cast issue some iPhone 4 owners are having with their camera, the Auto White Balance filter in PhotoForge probably does the best job the quickest in removing the yellow cast
Near Milwaukee’s Upper East Side nestled in the middle of a quiet block is The Downer Theatre. Built in 1915, it’s one of the first neighborhood theaters in the country.
New Life In LoFi poll: If you could choose only 1 photo editor on your iPhone, which would it be?