King Camera was a hard project to do this last month because I had a hard time taking photos. I mean photos are all over the place just wasn’t feeling it this past month. The app is FREE for awhile. There are some features I like about this and app and some they could work on…this is also the month long project I did with my iPhone 4s. I was kind of preoccupied with editing, other camera apps and projects. I guess there has been no real break down of the camera/editing app. This project was recommended by two people who said since this app isn’t super popular.
It’s a pretty self explanatory app of how to use the camera. Now if you tap on the gears button below the grid button on the camera app, that will take you to the video tutorials of how to use King Camera. You can also got to their website right HERE for more information about the app. There is a video advert for King Camera at the bottom of the blog if you would like to check out Bianca do her segment…
Now when you tap on the bottom left hand corner that will take you to the Photo Desk. That’s where you do all your photo editing and enhancements. If you noticed some of the photos I have you will see number 2 at the bottom center of some of the photos. That means I’ve edited the photo and it’s piled on top of the original shot photo. When you edit photos and you like how it looks you save it to the Photo Desk. The advantage of these layers of edits is simple, so you always have all the different edits of the photo. Sometimes you might like 2 or 3 different types of edits you did and want to keep them separate from each other. That’s when the layers of different edits come into play. You can always go back the original or keep on editing the one you’re doing. You can watch the video tutorial of how do this on the camera app. You can also save your edits as presets and name them.
The Promatik is where you do all your own editing instead of the presets. There are a lot of different options you can use and they have slide controls over your edits.
You have two options of saving your edits, Save Photo or Save Quickmatik Look. Save photo doesn’t mean save to your camera roll. What it does is saves the layered photo you just edited. Save Quickmatik Look is how you save you edits as presets with this app. I don’t ever save my presets because I like edit different each time. Presets don’t always work on your photo because of how you snapped them.
You have to tap on the Export button in order to save your photo to the camera roll. I find this at times to be a pain in the ass. Why ? I find it redundant to save twice for one photo, a lot of the time I forget to export to save my photo. Then I have to go back and hit “EXPORT” to remember to save my photo to the camera roll. I will tap on Export top photo to save my edited photo. You do have the option of using PhotoAppLink to do more editing with your photo. That’s always a plus !!!
You can tap on the “?” button for help and more info about this app. This will take you the video tutorials and website.
This is my quick edited photo from my Photo Desk.
Now if you have an questions about this app please leave comments or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out Facebook and Google+ pages. You can also check out the Combo Apps Flickr Group and Instagram Forum @combo_apps and about.me @ashcroft54.
King Camera for 31 Days, a set on Flickr.