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Filterstorm Pro

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  • Category: Photography
  • Released date: 04/08/2011
  • Current Version: 1.3.2
  • Seller: Tai Shimizu
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 3487375
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: iPadWifi, iPad23G, iPad3G, iPad2Wifi

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Filterstorm Pro redefines your photography workflow. Built with photojournalists' needs in mind, Filterstorm Pro's batch processing features let you edit, add IPTC metadata, and transmit multiple images at once.

Filterstorm Pro takes the photo editing capabilities of Filterstorm (Best App Ever 2010 iPad Photography Category), expands and enhances them, and adds its own photo library. Using FSPro's photo library lets you store multiple versions of the same image, manage IPTC information, and manage export destinations for images. You can send images to iPad's photo library, FTP, Flickr, Dropbox, and email.

Filterstorm Pro's editing tools are unparalleled on iPad. From the standard cropping, rotating, and straightening tools, to more powerful curves, white point, black and white (with RGB channel mixing) tools. The true power is revealed with the masking tools. You can apply filters such as B&W or curves to specific areas of the image using brushes, gradients, vignetting, and by color range selection.

PLEASE NOTE: FSPro requires location services permission in order to access photos from the photo library. It does not add any new location information to photos, but will preserve it if already there.

Differences between iPad and iPad 2:
• Max Export Size: ~22MP (iPad 2) / ~7.5MP (iPad 1)
• Max Library Thumbnail Size: 350px (iPad 2) / 210px (iPad 1)

Features:
• Export images up to ~22Megapixels (iPad 2) or ~7.5Megapixels (iPad 1)
• Bulk import from iPad Library
• Email images
• Post images via FTP
• Send images to Flickr
• Send images to Dropbox
• Save edits as automations to apply to other images
• Curves (Luminance, RGB, red, green, blue, cyan, yellow, magenta)
• Brightness
• Contrast
• Color balance
• White Point Picker
• Saturation
• Text tool
• Black and white fine-tuning
• Red-eye reduction
• 30-step Visual History
• Cropping, with the ability to specify aspect ratio
• Scale
• Scale to Fit
• Rotation and Image Straightening
• Vignetting
• Sharpen
• Tone map (Simulated HDR)
• Blur
• Noise Reduction
• Clone Tool
• Multi-exposure Tool
• Border Tool
• EXIF info (displayed and saved, cannot be edited, limited support with certain camera RAW files)

The below IPTC fields are fully supported when exporting to flickr, dropbox, FTP, and email, but only partially supported when saving to the photo library:
• Caption
• Headline
• Title (byline)
• Keywords
• Instructions
• Subject
• Category
• Supplemental Category
• Caption Writer
• Creator
• Source
• Provider
• Image Sublocation
• Image City
• Image State
• Image Country
• Image Country Code
• Creation Date
• Copyright
• Usage
• Star Rating
• JobID (transmission reference)
• Job Title
• Contact Address
• Contact City
• Contact Postal Code
• Contact Country
• Contact E-mail
• Contact Website
• Contact Phone


"There already is Photoshop for the iPad, Adobe just doesn't make it. I have it right here on the set, it's called Filterstorm Pro...Guys, this is Photoshop and people are using it and pros are loving this" - Scott Kelby (The Grid - Episode 08)

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