AlbumFocus deals photos with professional results!

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by yunl, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. yunl macrumors newbie

    Apr 10, 2010
    AlbumFocus deals photos with professional results



    In professional photography, using out of focus to blur the background, can highlight the purpose of character.

    This application is a very good way in everyday photography to achieve the effect. It does not require professional photography tips. Just use your fingers gently smearing in the photo, you can get fantastic results.



    Firstly, select an interesting area by moving, zooming in/out a photo, and press "Focusing" button. The app can detect faces, auto-focus on them.

    Secondly, adjust blur/bright/contrast by sliding a finger.

    Thirdly, gently daub other areas need to focus on.

    Finally, save it.

    AlbumPencil turns a photo into a pencil painting!

    AlbumDoodle: You can doodle a photo now!

    AlbumInk Produces Chinese Ink Painting Effect Photos!

    AlbumShades deals night photos with fantastic effects!

  2. iVoid macrumors 65816

    Jan 9, 2007
    Four different apps that each do a different filter on a photo? And $7 to $10 apiece?

    Seems a single app that you could use the various affects/tools on a photo would be more convenient.

    No wonder there are so many useless apps in the App store if developers do stuff like this.
  3. yunl thread starter macrumors newbie

    Apr 10, 2010
    Thanks! These apps have not only a different filter. They can process kinds of local effects. For example, this app need detect faces firstly.
  4. Simgar988 macrumors 65816


    Jul 22, 2009
    I totally agree. What a joke
  5. yunl thread starter macrumors newbie

    Apr 10, 2010
    To Simgar988:

    In the beginning, we thought as that.
    Beause these apps deal with different kinds of photos and are used for different types of love. If all in one, it would be expensive, and would waste customers' money. So we separate them. Customers can easily select one of them.

  6. m4rc macrumors 6502

    Sep 15, 2003

    Thats really missing the point, you should be selling them all as one app for the price you are charging for each of your apps. You would never sell a suite of 6 apps for $60, so why try and sell them individually for $10? You will find nobody buys them, you would be much better off selling hundreds of suites for a few dollars than 1 or 2 apps for $10.

    I must add I find your 'advertising' on here crude too, posting replies to your own posts to bump them congratulating an app on being launched, its not really the way to get people to admire your work.
  7. yunl thread starter macrumors newbie

    Apr 10, 2010
    To m4rc:

    Thanks for your opinion!

    We would think about a suite of 6 apps that you point. But now, we can't do that. Because these apps are used for different kinds of people. For example, AlbumFocus is used for photographers. Since the camera can't lose focus to blur the background. This app can easily do it. AlbumPencil is for painters. They can collect material anytime using it. And so on ...

    Thanks again!

    AlbumPencil turns a photo into a pencil painting!

  8. skiplo macrumors newbie

    Feb 19, 2010
    Not impressed

    I was not at all impressed by the results when using this app. The results were very amateurish and , well, ugly. I wouldn't pay a nickle for the whole bunch!
  9. yunl thread starter macrumors newbie

    Apr 10, 2010
    This app is used for photos of background clutter. In order to highlight the theme, photographs always blur the background. When users do it using this app, they need carefully smear themes to resume them.

    Photograph is one of arts. It needs exercise long time along with talent. Because these apps' UI are easy. Many people can try now. I suggest that consumers can select one of them, no necessary all.

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