|Apr 14, 2013, 10:08 AM||#1|
Anyone use Filterstorm Pro for photo editing?
I just got my first DLSR and have been looking in to decent photo editing apps for the iPad. Filterstorm Pro looks like the front-runner at the moment so I was wondering if anyone around here has experience with it?
I'm looking to have an app that can handle RAW images, preferably with the ability to do curves. I want to steer away form using my MBA just because I'll be on the road when I do most of the image manipulation. Saying that, I already have Snapheal on the MBA which I'll probably crack out every now and again to remove any unwanted trees/rocks/children.
|Apr 15, 2013, 08:17 AM||#3|
Mid-2011 13" MBA, iPhone 6 plus, Apple TV, Fuji X100s and a partridge in a pear tree
|Apr 15, 2013, 11:16 AM||#4|
All I'll add is that after spending a little time with FS, I'm impressed with it's capability. In particular, being able to add filters by mask, and then being able to go back to as many as 5 masks and tweaking them separately before combining all effects.
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