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8 Bleach Bypass Style Effects.
Geolocation with existing images and new images taken with app.
EXIF data retained.
Save your images at full resoultion to camera roll.
More About Bleach Bypass
Fotosyn Bleach Bypass applies the Bleach Bypass effect to your images. A popular visual style in movies and TV, Bleach Bypass is used to enhance atmospheric effect through desaturated colour, heavy vignetting and contrast.
The term ‘Bleach Bypass’ principally refers to the development process of colour film, with the skipping of the bleaching process that removes the silver in the film emulsion. This results in a contrasty, desaturated image.
Fotosyn Bleach Bypass features seven effects including Cinematic, Extreme, Monohint, Blush, Breeze, Verve and Nostalgia.
Cinematic, Extreme and Monohint reduce saturation and increase contrast at varying levels, while Blush, Breeze, Verve and Nostalgia add shifts in colour. Muted deepens tones and colours for an overall moody effect.
All effects can be used with or without vignette and there are a choice of borders including Light, Dark and Retro.
Fotosyn Bleach Bypass uses geolocation data for your images through the camera, and retains this data after processing. Any EXIF data within the image is also retained.