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Mobile Photography Tutorial – FSN Pro – Filterstorm Neue for Professionals – Getting Started

If you were lucky enough to have received a promotional code from our giveaway yesterday for FSN Pro, or perhaps you purchased this brand new app for yourself, we thought we would publish a few tutorials, directly from the developer, to help you get started.  You will find two tutorials in this post, one on Getting Started and the other on Importing Images. More will follow.

FSN Pro – Filterstorm Neue for Professionals retails for $9.99/£7.99 and you can download it here.


Getting Started


Importing Images


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  • Pavan

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