Wood Camera is Another Capable Camera App for the iPhone

Posted May 3, 2012 at 5:40pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6512 views

Wood Camera is new camera app for the iPhone that 'gives you unparalleled control over the shooting and editing process'.

★ LIGHTBOX
Easily import and view your photos all in one place. Tap once to enter full-size preview mode, or double-tap to go straight to the editing screen.

★ LIVE LENSES
Use the in-app camera to shoot with each of our 22 lenses in real-time.

★ FLEXIBLE EDITING
Layer 22 lenses, 17 textures, and 12 frames for thousands of possible combinations.

★ TILT-SHIFT & VIGNETTES
Pinch to customize tilt-shift radius and vignette position and intensity. Advanced touch rotation gesture to control linear tilt-shift for that perfect professional look.

★ ONE-TOUCH PREVIEW
Tap and hold to quickly compare your edited image to the original shot.

★ NON-DESTRUCTIVE
Enjoy the freedom to go back and modify any changes you made to the original image, even after exporting your work.

★ FULL RESOLUTION
Import and export your images at the full, 8 MP resolution of the iPhone 4S camera.

★ EASY SHARING
Quickly share your photos to the Camera Roll, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or Instagram.

What's New In This Version:
- Fixed issue that prevented users without Location Services enabled from importing from Camera Roll
- Updated in-app camera so that user's custom flash setting is saved automatically

You can purchase Wood Camera from the App Store for $1.99.

Read More [via AppAdvice]




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