On Friday, Adobe announced the Photoshop.com app for iPhone, joining the growing ranks of free photo-editing applications for the iPhone, and instantly trumping them all–at least with name recognition. We’ve been playing with the app here at DP and aren’t entirely impressed, if only because we are such Photoshop fans and know how much more could become of this app with just a few additional features. The good news is there is cropping (which a few competitors weirdly don’t offer) and adjustments to black-and-white, saturation, tint and exposure. There are also effects, such as Drawing, Soft Focus, Warm Vintage, Vignette and Pop. A simple feature lacking for me is brightness/contrast or levels, beyond the “Exposure” adjustment option, which would allow users to give more definition to their images. I suspect more features will come with time, and probably before not too much passes, but as this is a free app and incredibly quick and user-friendly, I’ll keep it.
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It’s Wednesday afternoon and all that most people can think about is how many days, hours, minutes remain until the weekend. But not you, you’re a photographer! You’re never bored, but are always plotting your next photo shoot or researching the new D-SLR you’ve had your eye on. We’re right there with you, friend. To keep the wild world of photography on your mind midweek, here’s our roundup of what’s been happening in it lately.
- FotoMuse announced their iPhone application to make artistic edits to snapshots in-phone ($2.99 in the iTunes app store).
- Epson announced the Stylus Pro 3880 Printer, which produces gallery-quality color and black-and-white prints up to 17 x 22-inches.