Featuring real-time effects, 22 lenses, 17 textures, 12 frames, easy sharing, full resolution support, and non-destructive changes, Wood Camera offers a very wide range of possibilities for presenting your photographs.
Similar to other photo apps, such as Camera+, the hub of Wood Camera is the Lightbox. Within the Lightbox, you can import photos from the iOS camera roll, preview photos, share photos, enter capture mode, and start editing photos. The Lightbox includes two previewing modes, both featuring a single tap to enter viewing mode and a double tap for editing mode.
Capture mode is kept simplistic and fairly standard, except for a couple of very handy features. Directly above the controls along the bottom are the lens options. Scrollable left and right, tap on a lens icon to activate it. To remove clutter, you can conceal the lens library by tapping on the show or hide button in the bottom-right.
For editing photos, there are numerous well thought out features at your disposal. In addition to lens effects, you can apply a texture, add a frame, crop photos, plus adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, tilt shift, and vignette.
When applying effects and frames, you can always minimize the interface using the preview switch at the top for a better view, as well as tap and hold on the photo to display it in the original form to easily compare what has changed. It’s also important to note that applications are non-destructive, meaning changes to effects and frames, even after saving, will simply overwrite the previous selection.
Once your masterpiece is finished and ready to present, you can distribute it several ways: email, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, or even to the iOS camera roll. Share a single photo by tapping on the action button in the bottom-left while viewing an image in Lightbox viewing mode or share multiple photos by tapping the action button in the top-right of Lightbox preview mode.
Wood Camera is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 32GB and 64GB third generation iPod touch, fourth generation iPod touch and newer running iOS 5.1 or later.
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