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Chủ đề thuộc danh mục 'Photoshop Tutorials - Hướng dẫn Photoshop' được đăng bởi Thiên Ma, 29/9/13.

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    [​IMG]Handy Photo is all about the interface​



    The selling point of photo editor Handy Photo is its interface, which uses the corners of the screen to cater for rotating menu options. It's all designed to keep the central area of the screen clear, allowing you to use swipe gestures to tone your effects up or down, much like Luminance. It's a powerful photo editor; the UI isn't for everyone, but this is an amazing price for the effects you get.
    Tip: The Move Me tool enables you to clip out objects and move, resize or flip them.



    02. Path On

    [​IMG]Add text to your images with Path On​



    Path lets you add funky text to photos in unique ways. You draw the path you'd like the words to take, then type in your message - the text then flows along the path. The custom options are the real killer feature here, with you being able to adjust the font, the letter space, and the alignment. Although it's a little fiddly, Path On is probably the best adding-text-to-photos tool around.
    Tip: The photo filters are best avoided.




    [​IMG]Organise your photos and keep your memories in tact​



    Frametastic is a tool for sharing the big picture; not just a moment but a memory. It allows to you to have a creative outlet for organising the photographic elements of your life whilst also allowing you to alter your images with a set of colour filters. Kind of like Instagram but more framey. iPad 3 retina and iPhone 5 screen support has just been added.
    Tip: For high resolution, 2000x2000px output, choose 'ultra resolution' on export.



    04. Camera+

    [​IMG]Camera+ is adored by iPad users and has subsequently arrived on iPhone - hooray!​



    The Camera app that comes on the iPhone by default is not brilliant: yes, you can use it to take some decent shots, but it doesn't offer you much creative control. This is where Camera+ excels. The app has two parts: one for taking photos and one for editing them, and it truly excels at the latter, with a huge range of advanced features.
    Tip: Camera+ doesn't just limit you to editing new pics - you can quickly import your existing photos into the Lightbox so that you can breathe new life into them.



    05. Facetune

    [​IMG]Hide your blemishes, wrinkles and more with Facetune​



    Embarrassed about your laughter lines? Feeling blue about those blemishes? Fear not, Facetune is here! Grab a photo from your Camera Roll and start your makeover; you can remove unwanted freckles, blemished skin or hide bags under the eyes with Smooth; reshape that wonky nose or misshapen jawline with, er, Reshape; and make subtle tweaks of colour using Tone. The results are truly impressive.
    Tip: You can share results over Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr - if you dare.

    06. Geló

    [​IMG]Persevere with Geló and the results will speak for themselves​



    A splash of colour can alter the look of an photo dramatically. Give your iPhone shots some extra oomph with this cool app for the iPhone. Gradients have become a lost art in iPhone photography, but Geló fills that gap in the market well. It needs a little more patience than your average photo app, but persevere and the results are excellent.
    Once you’ve taken or imported an image, you see a carousel of 'gels'. Cycle through to choose a colour, tap it, and then it’s applied to your shot. Using the sliders you can tweak how the filter affects your shot.
    Tip: You can easily apply specific RGB values though, that might mimic your favourite tints in iPhoto or Photoshop, say.



    07. FxCamera

    [​IMG]This app claims to "make you creative"​



    If an app-maker claims on its website that its app "makes you creative", incredulous eyebrows will be raised. But when the app is FxCamera, the hugely popular and highly-rated photography and photo-effects app from Bitcellar, you can take that bold claim a touch more seriously.
    The killer feature here is Voice Picture, which enables you record a voice message at the same time as you are taking photos. This is done via the on-screen shutter button which, when swiped to the right and held down, allows you to create a kind of spoken caption for your image. You can even share Voice Pictures on Facebook.
    Tip: You can use FxCamera as a normal camera and improve your images with its auto enhance feature.




    [​IMG]Double up your images with Clone Camera​



    A smart photo-compositing app that allows you to double up on your images. Clone Camera lets you produce a ' photo' of a scene with the same person in it multiple times. It's simply a case of taking up to four photos of the same person in a different location, and then selecting the areas you want to stitch together into the final photo.
    Tip: The app works best if you have a tripod, or can otherwise keep your device still



    09. Retromatic

    [​IMG]Retromatic can be frustrating at times but it portrays a great vintage feel​



    '50s-inspired iPad app Retromatic enables you to import your photos, cut them out using an instant alpha tool, and then apply vintage effects to them. It’s quick and easy to use, and looks great, although expect frustration if you want to do anything more than the basics.
    Tip: The instant alpha tool works well, but you have to hold down on the screen to make it switch between a brush and pinching to zoom


    [​IMG]Photoshop is running neck-and-neck with iPhoto to be named the iPhone’s best image editor​



    The Photoshop family continues to grow, with its latest addition bringing the formerly tablet-only Photoshop Touch to the iPhone. It’s an effective re-imagining of Adobe’s killer desktop app, carrying over many of its most compelling features, including layers and adjustments. One of the iPhone’s best image editors.
    Tip: The app is bundled with 29 fonts for adding text to your photos, including Adobe Garamond Pro, Cooper Std Black and Myriad Pro.



    11. Camera360

    [​IMG]Camera360 offers a huge range of functions and no ads​



    Camera360 is a remarkable iPhone photo app. It’s perfectly self-contained with a huge range of functions, no ads and no insistence in promoting paid content.
    Touching the photo after applying a filter produces a nifty quick comparison of the ‘before’ and ‘after’ versions. One drawback is that the process of importing photos is slightly tedious, with one too many clicks involved.
    Tip: Go to Enhancement > Night for a great filter to correct slightly dark or underexposed photos.




    [​IMG]PhotoWonder has a good collage feature with multiple layouts and photo booth effects​



    Excellent user interface makes PhotoWonder one of the speediest iPhone photo apps to use. It also has a good collage feature with multiple layouts and photo booth effects. The filter selection isn’t huge, but many are so well-designed that you’ll find them far more valuable than sheer quantity from a lesser app.
    Tip: The Vintage filter works magic on photos of buildings or scenery. Combine with Sweety for a dreamy retro effect.




    [​IMG] Vintage Deco is designed to give your images a retro scrapbook feel​



    Vintage Deco is a brand new iPhone photo app designed to give your images a retro scrapbook feel. The filters are a bit clumsy and lean towards Instagram, but there’s a lot of fun to be had by importing a picture just to play around with the nostalgic stamps and borders.
    Tip: The Stamp section has some amusingly whimsical affirmations such as All you need is love…and a cat andSuccess is the best revenge.




    [​IMG]Magic Hour Lite has some brilliant filters and a tilt-shift function​



    The combination of subtle filters and tilt-shift function allows Magic Hour Lite to produce some truly unique results. The filters create effects that are far more sophisticated than some of the tinted, overexposed pre-sets from other apps.
    Note that this iPhone photo app forces you to crop your image to a square, which can either be a hassle or very convenient if you’re uploading to Instagram.
    Tip: The Magic Hour filter gives everything a lovely, soft luminescence. All filters seem to work best on lighter images, such as those taken in daylight or pre-edited to reduce underexposure.




    [​IMG]You can add text to your pictures in over 100 fonts and 20 colours​



    Sleek and easy-to-use, LINE Camera comes with a solid range of filters, borders, icons and stamps. You can also add text to your pictures in over 100 fonts and 20 colours, making this free iPhone photo app one of the best for typography.
    Tip: Check out Stamp > Heart Symbol > Shine for a nice selection of kitschy sparkle brushes.



    16. Tadaa

    [​IMG]Tadaa is great for fine-tuning photos​



    Tadaa lets you adjust the strength of all its filters, which is ideal for people who like fine-tuning their photos with subtle effects. This iPhone photo app tries to get you to use its own social network, but you can still use all features without a login.
    Tip: Click on the frame icon to access a nice range of photo film borders. Unlike Instagram and Magic Hour, you’re not limited to a square and can apply the film border to a photo of any size.




    [​IMG]Look beyond the cuteness and Rakuga Cute has some interesting features​



    At first glance this iPhone photo app seems aimed at Japanese schoolgirls rather than discerning designers but Rakuga Cute actually contains some unusual editing functions which makes it an interesting addition to your photo repertoire.
    Tip: The Mosaic option lets you selectively pixelate any part of a photo, quite useful for blurring out license-plates, identities or should you feel so inclined, body parts as well.




    [​IMG]Camera Awesome truly is awesome​



    An extremely slick interface and witty copywriting makes iPhone photo app Camera Awesome a delight to use. The functions and filters are grown-up and sophisticated. The only inconvenience is that in the process of editing a picture you’ll inevitably end up previewing demo versions of paid-for features so there’s constant backtracking involved if you want to stick with free content.
    Tip: The Awesomize button lets you brighten and sharpen a picture using one click, but still with the option of fine-tuning details if you wish.




    [​IMG]Photoshop Express offers the sort of professionalism you'd expect from Adobe​



    As you would expect from Adobe, the interface and user experience of the Photoshop Express iPhone photo app is faultless. It fulfils all the functions you need for picture editing and will probably be the one you turn to for sheer convenience.
    However none of the filters really jump out, and some are surprisingly naff for an app that comes from the developer for designers.
    Tip: Straighten and Flip are two useful functions not included in many other apps.



    20. Aviary

    [​IMG]Aviary strikes a balance between serious and playful​



    Aviary is a very pleasantly designed app that strikes the perfect balance between serious photo-editing and playful photo-decoration functions without looking bland or childish. Perhaps because it’s quite new, the selection of filters and stickers are fairly small, so any future updates would give this app great room for play.
    Tip: The Strato filter creates one of the most convincing vintage effects from all the apps tested.
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    Filter effects aren’t exactly a new thing, but Paper Camera takes a different approach to the post effects found in the likes of Instagram. What does it do? Well, it displays effects in real time on your camera as you’re using it. There are some neat effects on offer - including cartoon, half tone and sketch.



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    Whilst it's not necessarily an app that will change your workflow or outlook on life, Pixlr-o-matic is a nice tool for adding retro effects to your images or photos. It has 100 effects, 280 overlays and almost 200 different borders - so for the grand cost of nada it’s worth including in our run down.


    23. FXCamera

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    • Developer: ymst
    • Price: Free


    It's not that hard to guess what FXCamera does - yep, that's right, it's an app for adding effects to your images. And there are some nice effects on offer - from the now very popular toy camera effect to fisheye lens to Pop Art-esque posters.



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    Want to create stereoscopic 3D images from the camera on your phone? Yes, thought so. Check out 3DSteroid Pro - an app that enables you to do just that, with some excellent tools and a very user-friendly interface.
    Tip: you can save out a high-res image but not in the free version, so it's worth forking out for the paid-for app



    25. Ampergram

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    Combining typography with popular photo editor Instagram led Phillip Pastore to create Ambergram, a cool app that enables you to create endless typographic compositions using cool photos of fonts. You can capture and tag your own letters, or use the app's already stellar offerings generated by the communtiy.


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