August 24, 2011 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] Sungai Buloh, Malaysia - Independent iPhone's app developer, emirBytes, announced today that iQuikD.o.F. (iQuik-Depth of Field) is available to download in the Apple's App Store. The app is created specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch platform, utilizing the touch interface. It is also compatible for iPad devices.
iQuikD.o.F was designed specially for iPhoneographers to create artistic images from their iPhone camera photos. The app is able to produce depth of field effects by applying a special blur filter. The unique feature of this app is that users are able to manually draw to specify the area to focus. Users will also be able to combine D.o.F presets and their own area selection to create a masterpiece.
"The latest update incorporates a few improvements based on the users' feedbacks, bug fixes and a couple of new features. Users can now choose between 3 effects types to be mixed together with D.o.F effects - normal, lo-sat, and black & white. We also added another 5 presets designs to the app. There is also a Free version for you to try the app first, but its features will be limited.", the developer commented on the app update.
* Retina display (High definition interface) support
* 3 new effects mode - normal, lo-sat, black & white
* Easy-to-use, slick interface
* 17 depth of field presets, and manual drawing capability
* Fully adjustable level of blur
* "Stack" function
* Save to your device or directly upload to your Facebook account
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later (Tested on iOS 4.0, iOS 4.1, and iOS 4.3)
* 3.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iQuikDoF 1.2 is available for $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.
Emir F Samsuddin has been involved in making utility software for more than 10 years, mostly in Windows desktop platform and Windows Mobile platform, using Delphi and Lazarus. And, recently the developer started to develop for Apple's iPhone platform in the year 2009. The developer also worked in developing games for the Windows platform for 2 years. Copyright (C) 2011 Emir F Samsuddin. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.