Alright everyone is wanting to know about this new app Waterlogue and my opinions. I posted some samples last night of Waterlogue on Combo Apps IG before I went to bed last night. But first I need to have you look at the press release and then I’ll go more into details with this app. The top photo was edited with Waterlogue.
Now you’ve read the press release and seen the screen shots for the iPhone and iPad. What I’m hoping in the future updates with Waterlogue are canvas textures, frame selections, torn paper edges, paints and brushes controls. I know this is 1.0 version and played with the app for a few hours last night before I went to bed.
I really like using Waterlogue for scene like this up above taken at Starbucks with Hipstamtic. The app does really well when you want to depict scenarios of everyday life.
Here’s another photo I took with MPro and used Waterlogue.
Here is a comparison of Vida from a Plastic Bullet photo and edited with Waterlogue. You can make some beautiful and intriguing abstract portraits with Waterlogue.
Another comparison done from a Hipstamatic photo and edited with Waterlogue. This app is ideal for people who love their photos or images to have that watercolor look to them. It is one of the best rendering watercolor apps out on the market with lots of room to grow and for improvements.
Waterlogue runs advanced image processing software for the highest possible quality watercolor rendering. It produces wonderful images on any device that runs iOS 7, but your rendering times will be shorter on newer, faster devices. Below are the processing times for some typical devices:
iPad mini with Retina display…..10s
iPod touch, 5th generation…..31s
(Times are in seconds; Processing used example image: “West 14th street” at Medium size)
SUPPORTS: iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS 7 and greater. Maximum rendering detail and export resolution depend on each device’s capability.
App List: The apps I used in this blog post and other apps you can check out. Not all apps are photo apps but music and art apps, since this was a collaboration between two developers from two different companies.
I want to thank John Balestrieri, Laura Schmitt and Robert Clair for giving me all the info and press kit about Waterlogue. If you have any questions about this blog post, please leave a comment or email me email@example.com. Have a good evening and see you soon…
Combo Apps: Mobile Extreme Editing, a group on Flickr.