Processed in Filterstorm for iPhone. It's a pretty powerful little app that aspires to be the Lightroom for iOS. It has all of the basic edits: RBG curves (which not even Lr has), levels, saturation, etc., and...support for masking, so you can selective paint any edit onto the image.
Now, all the edits are (unfortunately) destructive, but that enforces a certain quick-and-dirty mindset that actually is pretty fun. It's always impressive what you can do with a couple of RGB curve edits painted on.
The biggest limitation on iPhone ends up being the form factor—it's hard to see on the little screen. I definitely wasn't intending for the vignette to be so strong on this one.
Saturday, June 25, 2011 | Posted by Mark Z at 5:21 PM |