Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of theappwhisperer.com. We value our readers so much we want to share our love of apps with you. That’s why we have created this new section as each day we will be giving away free apps.
Today we have Doubleshot Photo apps to giveaway, each worth $1.99/£1.49. Doubleshot Photo is the newest ‘iPhone-ography’ app that let’s you combine pictures in innovative ways, and even take two pictures at once!* There are so many ways to combine photos with Doubleshot Photo, but they all have one thing in common: they’re all doubleshots.
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• Picture-In-Picture: Use the many Picture-In-Picture framesets to combine a wide shot with a detail shot, or a close-up and an action shot of your pet. That’s a doubleshot.
• Golden Ratio: use the Golden Ratio framesets when you want to show a square frame next to a rectangular frame. Great for vacation portraits, showing where you are and who’s with you, or unexpected juxtapositions. That’s a doubleshot.
• Double Shutter: capture the moment from two cameras at once! With your dual-camera equipped iOS device, you can combine landscape and portrait doubleshots looking in opposite directions! Great for showing action and reaction at concerts, crowds, and parties, or adding a new plane of view to landscapes and cityscapes. Or take a self portrait while taking a picture of your subject. And with group shots, everyone can now crowd around both sides of the camera! Cool! Weird! That’s a doubleshot.
• Head/Body Mix’n’Match! Doubleshot Photos’s diagonal blur framesets are perfect for easily creating hilarious (or disturbing!) head and body mashups. Just take a picture of two different people standing against the same background, and apply the landscape or portrait framesets and border blur, and use the flip button to experiment with the effect. Funny! That’s a doubleshot.
Tap on the first or second photo frames to import from your Camera Roll or take photo with your camera. If you have the device with two cameras, use the Doubleshot button to capture both pictures at once. Tap the compose button to start composition editor, where you can apply desired layout to your chosen photos, borders and transition. Use sharing button to save the final image to your camera roll, copy it, email or share using one of the popular supported social services.