New iPhone App Makes People in Photos Look Younger
October 8, 2009 in Photo and Video
[prMac.com] Los Gatos, CA - Photo Sweets, a new photography application for the iPhone, contains a new photo skin smoothing filter that can soften wrinkles and smooth out skin. The result is a picture of a person that can look many years younger. Photo Sweets works on any picture taken with the iPhone Camera or stored in its Photo Library. Photo Sweets processes images at full resolution making them suitable for printing.
In addition to the Skin Smoothing Filter, Photo Sweets 1.0 contains three other high quality filters. The "Set White Point Filter" allows you to color correct an image by selecting a white or grey colored part of the photo. This simple adjustment can breathe new life into photos with richer and more vibrant color.
The Color Burst Filter works by preserving one bright color in an image while making the rest of it black and white. This can turn an ordinary photo into a dramatic and stunning statement. The Noise Reduction filter reduces the image noise in night photos and poorly lit shots. This help reduce the distracting grain and gives the image a more polished look.
Pricing and Availability:
Photo Sweets is available for $.99 (USD) at the iTunes App Store in the Photography category. Photo Sweets is compatible with all models of iPhone running version 3.0 or higher.
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