Emulate analogue photos on iPhone
Rebelsauce’s film-style presets for Lightroom on the Mac have come to the iPhone to give your crisp digital shots a bit of life and character. The 79p app includes 36 filters, additional packs of between 10 and 15 are 79p a pop, and the full collection is £4.49.
Filters are applied with a single tap, making an immediate and often marked difference to your image. You’re not restricted to presets, though – more tailored edits provide control over grain, contrast, colour fading for an aged finish, rotation and more. Each adjustment is applied frame-wide, so everything is kept in proportion. We heartily approve of this approach, for the most part, but it means you can’t brighten up a dark corner, say, without affecting the rest of the shot.
Edited snaps can be saved back to the Camera Roll, shared on Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr, sent directly to people via iOS’s built-in methods, or copied into various other apps. Nik Rawlinson
Inexpensive and more flexible than Instagram, Rebelsauce makes it quick and easy to add character to your photos.
Filters are applied with a tap but, unlike Instagram, their effects can be adjusted.