Now you’ve all seen the edits I’ve been doing with Fragment and posted on Instagram, Combo Apps Facebook and iPhone Art. So here’s a sneak peek of Fragment from Pixite Apps…the developers who brought you LoryStripes and Tangent.
These are two samples using Fragment and layering on top of each. The top image was the second beta test edit titled Autumn Illusion. The bottom image was a macro photo shot. I was trying to put a Fragment on top of each flower and layered them on top of each other, titled Fragment Flowers.
This images was with other apps besides Fragment, it’s titled The Path to Surrealism. Other apps used ProCamera 7, Mirrored, LoryStripes, Photo Forge 2 (not sold in the App Store anymore) and Juxtapose.
The Bloom of Origami…apps used ProCamera 7, Mirrored, Fragment, LoryStripes, Photo Forge 2 (not sold in the App Store anymore).
The last image is titled Otherworldly and apps used ProCamera 7, Mirrored, Fragment, LoryStripes, Photo Forge 2 (not sold in the App Store anymore) and Juxtapose.
Now Fragment will be universal to the iPad because I’ve beta tested the app on both devices. If you have and still use an iPhone 4/4S Fragment will have a lag and run slow, but stable. It runs fine my iPhone 4S but process slow. My iPad 4 runs really smooth and stable. I know when this app hits the App Store it will be an instant seller and be New and Noteworthy. I want to thank Ben Guerrette, his amazing team and Pixite Apps for letting me beta test Fragment. Fragment coming soon to the App Store !!!
Combo Apps: Mobile Extreme Editing, a group on Flickr.