Sorry if I haven’t been writing much lately, I got a little burnt out from writing so much. I also caught a really nasty cold from Boyce. This cold is really bothering me compared to other colds I’ve had in the past. Today I took a long nap and rested as much as I could so I could write about Fotograf by Nevercenter. If the developer’s name sounds familiar, it should because they made CameraBag and CameraBag 2. The top photo was edited with Fotograf.
Like most camera app you can either take a photo or load a photo from your photo album.
After you have taken or loaded your photo, you start of with filters you apply on top of your photo. When you buy the app you get three filter sections to start with. If you want more filters added to the app you have to buy them through in-app purchases. You have 3 different filter packs and a All Current and Future purchases of $5.99 that will cover everything now and the up coming filter packs in the future.
Now after you picked what filter you’ve applied on your photo, you have lots of editing tools. The editing tools slides left to right and have a meter where you can get an idea how much intensity you want to apply on top of your photo. You can also scroll down the tools and reset if need to start the process again or save as a favorite.
When you tap on the Commit button this message will pop up.
After you’re done editing your photo, you can save it by tapping on the arrow button on the right hand corner.
Here’s my finished edited photo with Fotograf. Overall I like the app and it’s great for people whose starting out in mobile photography. The controls are easy to use, you get really nice editing results. The only problem I have with the app is resolution save is 1200×1200. Fotograf sells for $.99 with in-app purchases and universal to the iPad.
If you have any questions please leave comments or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a good evening and see you soon.