Los Gatos, California – Photo Sweets version 2.2.1, a photography application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices, adds two new image filters designed to make your pictures stand out on social networking websites. The new custom filters, Crazy Frames and Extreme Film, can be used on images up to five megapixels in resolution.
Crazy Frames is a custom photo frame filter that gives your pictures a dramatic look. Using one of the custom photo frames an ordinary photo can look like it was scratched, torn up, and then taped back together. Other frames can transform a photo to look like was taken with a toy camera by simulating light leaks and lens scratches. Crazy Frames is easy to use. Using this filter, you can flip through all sixteen photo frames as fast as you fingers can swipe. This real-time preview lets you to choose the best frame quickly and easily.
The “Extreme film” filter can make the colors in your image pop by simulating the look of a film camera. An adjustable slider allows you to change the mix between the highlights and shadows. As you adjust the slider, the image updates in real-time. This lets you create a custom look for your photo.
In addition to these two new image filters, Photo Sweets contains filters for removing wrinkles and skin defects, reducing image noise, color correcting, and creating duo tone images. All of the filters work at full resolution and are adjustable with a real-time preview. Photo Sweets runs on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices with iOS 3.1 or higher.
Pricing and Availability:
Photo Sweets 2.2.1 is available for $.99 (USD) at the iTunes App Store in the Photography category. Photo Sweets is compatible with all models of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touches running version 3.1 or higher. Photo Sweets Lite is a free version of Photo Sweets software. Photo Sweets Lite contains all the features of Photo Sweets except for saving images.
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