Recently I stumbled upon Creatic and remembered how I love my editing results from this app. It was hard to use on my old iPhone 4S because it wasn’t stable. I had to be careful on how many filter layers I’d apply on top of my photos. The app would crash during the save processed. I deleted the app and forgot about it for a while. Now it has been rediscovered and added back on my iPhone 6 Plus. What I’m going to do is give you the breakdown of how the app works.
First we load up the app and first I wanted to mention that Creatic is a sharing community. You have two choices with this apps. You can take a photo or load one from your camera roll. I usually will load a photo from my camera roll. How you load a photo is tap on the little thumbnail on the bottom right hand corner.
First we start off with 4 different filter packs. The elegance pack is $.99 if you want to unlock and use it. I usually go through and like to pick Classic first and scroll through the different preset filters.
The film roll button is a really grate place for different textures, light leaks, dust and scratches. Film Burn is $.99 if you want to use that pack. This pack I actually bought because of the selections of different burn color styles. I do love using Textures and Coloring. I always great come really nice results between the two sections.
You can also play with different blend modes, switch around the layers and use different tools to create dramatic effective layers.
After you’re done with your creations, you can share or save your images.
This is my finished creation. Creatic is FREE with two in-app purchases for $.99 each. The app works smoothly on my iPhone 6 Plus and iPod touch 6.
I really love how my macro edits look with Creatic. I’m glad I rediscovered this app again. All of those photos up above were edited with Creatic and published on Steller. If you want to check them out, you can follow me on Steller @ashcroft54. If you have any questions about this blog post, please leave comments. Have a great day and see you soon !!!