Add Cool Photo Effects with Lens Light
If you loved the latest Star Trek movie and how it had an overabundance of lens flare effects, you’re now in for a treat!
Tauted as a must-have app by its developer, Lens Light is perfect for anyone who wants to add drama or excitement to an otherwise dull picture. Any photographer or designer–young or old, amateur or professional–will definitely enjoy using this mobile mecca of photo effects. What’s more, with the new update out, users will enjoy the same options to bring out the best in every photo, but without any problems!
Interesting light effects (spotlight, light leak, bokeh, glint and flare)
Fully adjustable light effect (position, size, brightness, rotation, etc.)
No effects option
Max output resolution: iPhone4/4S: 3072×3072, iPod Touch4: 2048×2048, iPhone/iPod: 1024×1024
Do you want to create pictures that look like they were taken by cheap cameras? Yes, after decades of technology, there are people who will still want over-exposed shots. With Lens Light, you get to control where the “light” will “leak”, and make things seem like your inexperienced nephew took the pictures with an old film camera.
The effects are highly customizable! Change the effect positions on photos and adjust their vibrancy using a sliding scale. And, if you want to spice things up, further customize your pictures with lens textures. It’s like adding a realistic glass surface that changes how the photos come out. With the number of quality effects available, you will get to put sparkles, hearts and even sun rays on your photo. So if you feel like pretending you’re a professional photographer, you can use Lens Light to make it seem like light is coming from multiple directions, even though you only used a single light source in real life. You can also add grain, sketch and borders.
The Bottom Line:
Lens Light is a lot like Photoshop, only you have just a bunch of photos and you’re on the go. Add moons, rain, sprinkles of fairy dust, and lightning bolts. For only $0.99, your photo world is your oyster.
and download this excellent tool for your photography hobby.
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