Brand New App – Lightricks Launches Videoleap, A Video Editing App with Keyframe Animations, Layers, Masking and Chroma Key Features

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Lightricks, one of the leading developers of premium creative tools for mobile, launched today their first ever video editing app, Enlight Videoleap. A ground-breaking video editor that is poised to revolutionize the creation and editing of today’s digital video content, Videoleap brings unprecedented power and impressive desktop editing features never before seen on mobile for users of any skill level.

After developing two of the App Store’s top paid apps, Facetune and Enlight, and leading the shift to subscription model with Facetune 2 and Enlight Photofox, Lightricks are now bringing their expertise to change consumer expectations of what they can do with video on mobile. Designed with a similar workflow as Enlight – winner of the prestigious 2017 Apple Design Award – Videoleap has inherited the easy-to-use interface users love and is introducing features formerly reserved to sophisticated software that could only be navigated by skilled professionals.

To download and/or find out more, go here

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Mobile Photography & Art – Lightricks Launches Enlight Quickshot, an Intelligent Camera App with Strobe Photography and Batch Editing

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Lightricks one of the leading developers of premium mobile creative tools, have announced the launch of Enlight Quickshot, an easy-to-use camera app with powerful photography and editing features. The latest addition to the Enlight suite of creativity apps, Quickshot is hoping to bridge the gap between mobile photography and DSLR quality. Aiming for speed and simplicity, Quickshot eliminates the learning curve for amateurs with automated editing, while offering a wide array of customization and control options for advanced users.

Lightricks, the developers behind celebrity-loved app Facetune, the winner of Apple’s App Design Award for 2017 Enlight, and its successor Enlight Photofox, have created Quickshot as an app that takes the work out of photo taking and photo editing. With multiple user modes, innovative features, and a simplified design for maximum user experience, this camera app carefully balances ease-of-use and power, rapidly handling image post-processing. Leveraging their expertise and feedback from users, Lightricks continues to push the boundaries for consumers by delivering a simplified mobile experience for taking and editing photos, powered by exceptionally advanced technology.

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Mobile Photography & Art – My Top Five Apps by Maria Cecilia de São Thiago from São Paulo, Brazil

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We are revitalising our Top Five Apps section to our Photo App Lounge column. This a section within TheAppWhisperer where we ask highly accomplished mobile photographers and artists to list their top five apps and to explain why they have … Read more

‘Brought to Light’ – Mobile Photography / Art Interview with Clint Cline from Florida, USA

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Our ‘Brought to Light‘ interview section explores the mobile photographers and mobile artists behind their art. Each question has been carefully crafted and is designed to allow us to get to know them a little more intimately. To view others … Read more

Mobile Photography Interview – A Day in the Life of Susan Detroy from Oregon, US

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Welcome to our very exciting interview column on theappwhisperer.com. This section entitled “A Day in the Life of…” is where we take a look at some hugely influential, interesting, newcomers as well as accomplished individuals in the mobile photography and art … Read more

Mobile Photography / Art – Three Years of Tutorials: A Recap, an Assembly Feature, and an iColorama Procedural

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Huge thanks to Jerry Jobe on his Mobile Photography / Art Tutorial Third Year Writing Anniversary. We have loved and enjoyed every single one of Jobe’s tutorials and we know that you do too.  This week, Jobe does something a little different, take a look…(foreword by Joanne Carter).

“On November 7, 2012, I published my first tutorial on Hipstamatic. As usual, on my anniversary, I like to take a look back. But there’s more to this article than a walk down memory lane. There’s a feature currently in beta for Assembly that I’d like to show you, and an iColorama procedural on how to create a multicolored water color painting like this one. So let’s get started!”

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iOS Photography App – Enlight – Now With iPad Support

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Enlight is a very popular app and up until now, has only be available for the iPhone. The new update offers full iPad support and the following additional features:

• Clone/Heal tool

• TIFF export support

• Animated sessions that show workflow edits

• Better flow in many features: Crop, Refit, Target, Duo, Tilt Shift, Instafit

• Undo functionality in Type and Decals

• Stability improvements

We recently published a ‘first look’ iPhone tutorial by Jerry Jobe, to help you get the best out of Enlight. If you missed that, please go here.

This is a free update to Enlight, if you have previously purchased this app. If not, you can download it here. It retails for $4.99/£3.99.

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Mobile Photography/Art Tutorial – Pixelmator for iPhone – TheAppWhisperer

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We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our pleasure. This week Jobe takes a look Pixelmator, now a universal app. Read his thoughts as he puts this new iPhone version through it’s paces (foreword by Joanne Carter).

Pixelmator retails for $4.99/£3.99 and you can download it here.

“Last November I started a five-part series on an app new to mobile devices (see here), Pixelmator. It’s a very powerful program, but that power was limited to iPad users. That is, up until last week, when Pixelmator for iPhone was released. It makes Pixelmator a universal app, and therefore does not incur any addition cost for those who have used it on the iPad.

I’ve attempted to put it through its paces, even though I am one of those who find the smaller screen of an iPhone challenging. I have not yet found anything that can’t be done on the iPhone that could on the iPad. There are still limits on the number of levels that can be used, but it doesn’t seem to be any lower on the iPhone.

For more in-depth coverage of Pixelmator, refer to my five-part series. This article will just show how the app looks on the smaller screen of the iPhone”.

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