Articles tagged with: photoshop
We review Enlight, a new photo app that gives you just about every editing feature you might want, including things that don’t often appear in editing apps.
Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPhone was released today. I’ll have my full review of this powerful new image editor up this afternoon. If you can’t wait, the bottom line is this is a pretty good first release (not really good).
Photographer Jana Werner has created some Photoshop actions which recreate the three missing Instagram effects — Gotham, Poprocket, and Apollo — as well as Nashville. You can now recreate these lost filters on your desktop or laptop.
Snapheal for Mac is now available for download in the Mac App Store. I’ve had a chance to play around with the app. While it won’t fix everything you throw at it, Snapheal fixes a lot more than you’d think. It’s a very powerful tool and it’s very reasonably priced at under $20. click past the jump for examples.
If you work with your images — any photographs — on your Mac desktop or laptop, though (I do daily in my graphic design studio), Snapheal for Mac looks to be an amazing — dare I say “magical” — new tool.
The 1.3.1 update of Image Blender was recently released. In addition to the enhancements made to the 1.3 update, it fixes the rotation bug as well. I’ve got a few copies of Image Blender to give away â€“ very few.
Daniel Box created some Photoshop actions which let you recreate the look of some of Instagram’s filters, letting you add the look of Instagram’s filter set and save the processed image in full resolution.
Hello, nightowls! If you’re up late this July 4th holiday Sunday night, check out these sales and freebies in the App Store right now.
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.
PhotoToaster is a new iPhone photo app that merges one-click processing with useful image editing tools and the power of being able to customize all aspects of filter presets. On top of that, it’s wrapped up in a fun user interface that’s really easy to use.
Photography Bay is reporting that a very slick version of Photoshop for iPad was previewed at the Photoshop World 2011 Keynote yesterday. This is not a larger version of the watered down Adobe Photoshop Express for iOS, but an entirely new build of the app that has more of the powerful features of the desktop version, including layers and some pretty sweet layers animation.
Adobe Photoshop Express for iPhone and iPad got a new update this week. The 2.0 update is free. Most of the new features — in particular the good ones — are not. Are they worth it?