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  1. braj

    braj Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have Vignette and PicSayPro, between these two I have a lot of editing power on my phone already, but I am looking for more filters via another app, something with artistic filters like oil, stained glass, etc. Any ideas?
     

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  2. jgreetham

    jgreetham Well-Known Member

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    I'm just curious - how can you do any detailed editing on that little display? How come you're not editing on your desktop PC or MAC?

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    Jim
     
  3. braj

    braj Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I like my phone, it actually works well for this, PicSayPro is wonderful to use, nicer than most apps on the desktop, Vignette does a wonderful job making beautiful images. I don't really need to export to some other machine to do what I do, why add that extra step?

    Anyhow, I'm no real photographer, what I need to do usually is just adjust contrast etc, add a border, stuff like that, send to friends in email etc. About the artistic filters, mostly I want to make my own background images for use on the phone itself. Anyhow, my screen is 4" of beauty :)

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  4. jmatthew

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    There is the photoshop express app. It doesn't have nearly as many filters as Vignette and PicSayPro. But it's stable, free, and has a convenient upload function.
     
  5. braj

    braj Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah I have that, just doesn't exactly add anything besides uploading. It is free, I guess that is something but you can't even zoom in on an image. It is an insult to the Photoshop name really.
     

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