(Posts: 727; Member since: 20 Jul 2012)
These 'app filters' are for amateurs..or kids.. but for casual shots and social networking, why not? Still best with Photoshop on a PC.
(Posts: 750; Member since: 29 Nov 2011)
I don't understand this fad for filters...........
(Posts: 667; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
I just can't understand it either?? In my opinion I see this as a fad that will quickly fade. I hate receiving pictures from instagram of cups of coffee or of the subway car with all types of filters added to try and make it look like a professional photographer took it when it is clearly obvious that it's over done filters on a phone . It has made apps that do these things fall out of favor with me. But I know everyone is not me so to each their own.
Flickr getting into the act, will offer 12 photo filters with newly re-designed app for the Apple iPhone