This is the last installment of this series of Antique & Tattered Style Photos. The last app I’ll be blogging about tonight is Old Photo Pro. It’s a free photo app at the App Store. After you get the app you can choose to pay for the $.99 upgrade if you want or not. Basically it makes it Ad Free and full res pictures, I think. Now with the resent update they had for this app, they took off the full ads and fixed the bugs. You can say I’m a total sucker in buying these photo apps & upgrades. I will probably do the same thing when I get the iPad 2.
As you can see my photo is loaded and it has a default setting once you’ve loaded the photo from your library onto the app. Not to worry because you can change to your liking, which is always an awesome thing !!!
After you hit the edit button you see all kinds of options and they are pretty self explanatory. Another great thing is you can see a tiny version of your photo up on the top. That ways you can see how you photos look as you apply the editing. I like that because you don’t have to go back and fourth with the screen.
You also have the option when you save your photo to Low or High resolution. They also give you a warning when you save to high resolution. Guess what they are right, it does take a bout a minute to save your pic at high resolution. *Mental Note* make sure you use this for the photos you want to edit later if you plan to save it at high resolution. I usually take about 5 or 6 different photos and will go through what I want to edit later or post right away on Instagram.
I saw this app (Old Photo Pro) on Kristinae page on Instagram. She posted her pages of photo/editing apps collection. She has an amazing collection of apps. You can also find her on IPA. Another free iphonegraphy photo art sharing places if you want to explore other opportunities and putting your work out there for the world to see. Kristinae photo was posted on the front page of IPA as “Photo of the Day”.
Next week blog will be a special on HDR processing, thanks to antonioj. He asked me what was the best HDR app. Well it made me think and will show you a secret to the way I do HDR processing. I will talk about it more next Thrusday Night.
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