Em­u­late ana­logue pho­tos on iPhone

Mac Format - - RATED - Last Au­tom­a­ton App Sup­ply, rebel­ iPhone, iPod touch

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.

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