Tag: Facebook photos
Freshair Software, a development and marketing affiliate of PictoColor’s, just released a new version of their popular Crop-N-Frame iPhone App, an easy way give your iPhone photos a professional finish before uploading to Facebook.
Give your iPhone photos a professional finish. Now with captions and metallic colors for frames, mats and type.
It’s so easy to use Crop’n’Frame to quickly take a photo, crop it to zoom into the best part of the photo, enhance it with a frame and caption, and then save it or share it via email or Facebook.
Crop-N-Frame is a great way to enhance your photos before uploading them to Facebook or e-mailing them to your family and friends. Or take it along to the frame shop and use it to visualize how your artwork will look with different sizes and colors of frames and mats.
Crop-N-Frame is available in the App Store. For more information go to http://www.freshairsoftware.com/iPhoneApplications/Crop_n_Frame/index.html
After reading about the $1B Facebook paid for Instagram I had to see what the phone app did. I downloaded the app to my Droid phone, signed up and proceeded to apply the Instagram “filters” to adjust the color to a photo in my phone gallery. I have to say I was not impressed. Admittedly, I am a bit sensitive about color and really don’t like “special effects” for the photos I share, but I simply could not get what I consider good color from any of the filters. And, to top it off when I tried to delete the edited photo (I did not want to share it on Facebook) I ended up deleting all the photos in my gallery. Probably my fault, but……. Fortunately, I had transferred the photos to my computer so all is not lost. I am sure the sharing and other features of Instagram are worthwhile and I am not questioning the wisdom of Facebook’s acquisition, but comparing the color correction/adjustment features to iCorrect OneClick I found that OneClick was a faster and easier way to Make the Color Right.
iCorrect OneClick color correction plug-in and iPhone APP Here is the photo I took with my Droid (left) that I corrected with iCorrect OneClick (right) by simply clicking on the white area on my granddaughter’s sweatshirt.
If you have an iPhone you are in luck–iCorrect OneClick Color iPhone App is available at the App Store
I used iCorrect OneClick Photoshop plug-in correct the photo since iCorrect OneClick App is only available for the iPhone and not the Droid (I guess we should develop a OneClick app for Google and the Android). Here is a video which describes how iCorrect OneClick iPhone App will help you take and upload better photos to Facebook. You can buy iCorrect OneClick App in the App Store.
Maybe I just didn’t pick the right Instagram filter to get good color, but I did try most of them. And, maybe the pupose of the filters are to create special effects and not to Make the Color Right. In any event, I did find it easier and faster to correct the color using OneClick.