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Discussion in 'iPad for Photographers' started by Krysta, May 28, 2012.
Two apps to check out.
Big Lens is currently free and offers a quick way to do depth of field effects as well as other filters. Great app.
Laminar Pro. Got this at the weekend and is best described as a mix between Photogene & Photoshop Touch. Potential to be the single best editing app on IOS although currently has a few issues with crashing and interface inconsistencies. Probably the closest to a desktop Photoshop clone. Definitely one to watch. Laminar Express is the free iPhone version which will give you a taster of what it can do, you just need to dig around in the interface. Offers great layer & mask support.
Installing Big Lens now...thanks for the tip! Can't wait to try it
I've used Snapseed for a good long while. Photoforge, others but Leonardo is quite good with layers, gradations, selections, etc. Very PSish but of course dealing with jpegs instead of raw.
I keep 6 editing apps on my ipad. Leonardo is the single most complete app out there at the moment IMHO.
The 6 in no particular order are:
Editing of pics is always fun. For this great fun i think picasa is the best. But for iPad i think Painting 101 http://www.kdanmobile.com/en/painting101/index.html is one of the finest application. The canvas look of the application is very beautiful and easily adaptable.
Interesting looking app. I might take a look at it and write up a review.
Picasa and Picnik is best ..
Pixelmator for some things is excellent.