Another month has passed, so here’s another blog post about camera app called Wood Camera. I just wanted to state that I tried to contact the developers but they are impossible to reach, contact or email. It’s a sad shame because I really do like their app and what it has to offer for all-in-one picture taking, editing and posting/sharing. The app sells for $1.99 at the App Store, if you would like to go and pick the app to add in your photo collection. Let’s get started with the blog, shall we…
We will start with the Lightbox, section of Wood Camera. As you can see I have a lot of photos saved on my Lightbox from shooting with it last month.
Now if you tap on the top right hand button with the arrow and box, you have the Share and Delete options with your photos in the Lightbox.
Top left hand Gear button is your basic settings, tap on done when pick what you want On or Off.
Now let’s play with the camera part of the, you will see the lens button on the bottom right hand corner of the app. You can tap on the lens button and hide the lens option or keep it on and slide it across with your finger to pick the different types of lenses to shoot with. It’s kind of cool to have this live option of shoot because it saves you some time in the editing process. What’s great is the
photos save at high resolution even with the live lens feature.
Let’s play with the photo that I shot and saved in the Lightbox, this is a power editing app as well as camera. Tap on Edit in the top right hand corner and we will edit this photo.
These are all the editing button on Wood Camera, it’s a one stop editing app.
Those are the screen shots run down with editing, I wanted to explain some of the editing features with this app. Someone was asking me how do I get “The Birds” in my photo, this is the secret to “The Birds”. It’s in the Frame edit mode. I wanted to point out on the Tilt-Shift , that there is 2 features in one. You also have Vignette, all you have to do is slide across with your finger to get to the feature.
What I love about this app is the Tilt-Shift edit, you have 2 different types of selective focusing, Parallel and Circle. What makes this even more powerful is you can pinch your finger for custom blurring and selective focusing.. I find that one of the best features in the editing process with this app and very impressive.
You can also edit in the Lens mode by dragging your finger across the top and pick from these options, Lens Intensity, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue. I’ve only have two of the editing option showing on the blog post.
You can also share your photo with the popular photo share sites.
Here’s my edited photo, taken and edited with Wood Camera. Overall this app is powerful and very nice UI, I really enjoyed shooting and editing with this amazing camera app. I recommend this app for the people who are on the go and want shooting, editing and sharing all in one. For me it’s one of editing app arsenal I have in my collection. You can also click on the link below and see all the photos I shot and edit with Wood Camera (Flickr Set Wood Camera for 31 Days). If you have any questions about this post you can leave comments or email me firstname.lastname@example.org, You can also look at my splash page to find everything I’m connected to on the internet @ashcroft54. See you next month for another month project blog post…
Wood Camera For 31 Days, a set on Flickr.
Combo Apps: iPhoneography Extreme Editing, a group on Flickr.