Halide camera app

Halide camera app gets new effects and a portrait mode

New features introduced to Halide for iOS Halide, a popular camera app for iPhone users, has just received an update with many new features. Halide 1.7.1 is faster than before, offering some handy new features and improvements for photo enthusiasts. The app now has special effects for portrait photos thanks to smart facial detection, allowing you to create nice-looking photos with blur that resembles of images from dedicated photo cameras with large sensors. The new Portrait mode works in conjunction with a feature called ‘Depth peaking’ which shows you a depth map view while taking a photo with blur effects.[…]

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iOS 11’s photo and camera improvements detailed in video

Apple to bring major new features to the Camera app. Even though Apple announced the next update of iOS this month, the operating system is still in an early beta stage. However, the company rolled out an early preview to developers who can start playing with the new features and enhance their apps. Fortunately, there are some videos revealing more of the upcoming new features iOS 11. One of the areas with significant improvements is the Camera (and the photo app). Thanks to a video from MacRumors, we can have a look at the most interesting camera & photo enhancements[…]

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top 6 photo apps for iOS

6 best photo and camera apps for iOS

With hundreds of apps available on iOS, you may spend a lot of time in searching before you could find some really good one. We’ve tried many camera and photo editing apps so here is our list with the best 6 apps we strongly recommend. Manual Manual for iOS came out with iOS 8, after Apple included support for manual camera controls. The app allows you to manually adjust the camera settings when taking a photo. You have a full control over features like IOS, shutter speed, white balance, focus and exposure compensation. Manual app supports light and dark themes,[…]

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