QuadCamera in Action – Apple’s finger poised to Shut or Release

News-Photography-QuadCamera-OS30-Revival-Icon.jpgThe drama is long over  - QuadCamera for 3.0 has been in the App Store now the better part of a month thanks to the efficient App Store approval team. So far, out of 100 reviews, the current version is predominantly valued by the numerical score of 5, and in the meantime, 2.0 version of the software has been given to Apple to approve. While QuadCamera isn’t the camera app for everyone, it seems to have the ability to inspire creativity in a vast number of people. For example, the below firework shot (from creator Takayuki Fukatsu’s Flickr portfolio) was taken with QuadCamera, showing the power of an emulated shutter burst.

Takaki Fukatsu, QuadCamera, 1.99$, 0.3 MB
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QuadCamera is out for 3.0!

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Last week, I noted that SepiaCamera had obtained a well-deserved price-upgrade: it is now free! The same developer, Takayuki Fukatsu, has had recent trouble with Apple’s approval process as his upgraded QuadCamera, a popular photographer’s tool was rejected for use with OS 3.0. Fortunately, that restriction has been lifted and the app can now be downloaded for 99 cents.

Takayuki Fukatsu, QuadCamera, 0.99$, 0.3 MB
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SepiaCamera has gone cheap – FREE

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Takayuki Fukatsu‘s apps are focused. Each adds new functionality to the iPhone camera that is undoubtedly missing a few features; they are: OldCamera, ToyCamera, SepiaCamera and Quad Camera, a modular group of excellent extensions to the iPhone. Each come at rather low prices, but Sepia Camera has just dropped from 0.99$ to free. Grab it below – it works with OS 3.0.

Takayuki Fukatsu, Sepia Camera, FREE!, 0.6 MB
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