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

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.

Highlighted Features

  • Batch Editing – Users can import multiple images and edit all of them with one tap, allowing the user to choose and adjust a single (fully customizable) style including filter, brightness, depth and more, and apply it to all photos instantly.
  • Quickshot mode – This camera mode automatically aligns photos, fixes lighting, and allows users to preview how a filter will look before the photo has been taken. With auto adjustments and live preview, this camera mode takes the hassle out of photo editing and enables users to take perfect pictures, every shot.
  • Genius Mode – This in-app photography mode leverages AI and neural networks, providing users with instant adjustments and automated edits with every picture they take.
  • Presets – Users can choose from a range of adjustable presets that are categorized into intuitive packages such as portraits, nature, urban, and more. Each of the presets have been fine tuned to their specific category to enable users to easily find presets that match and enhance their photos.

“Today’s high-quality mobile cameras have created a new class of photographers that share their lives through the lens of their mobile device. With Quickshot, we’re equipping those users with tools they need to make every photo picture perfect,” said Zeev Farbman, Co-founder and CEO of Lightricks. “It’s a simple app for users of every skill level. They can access a fast, intelligent, and easy-to-use photography studio on their mobile device, without ever having to sacrifice quality or control.”

The Enlight suite of creativity apps is made up of Enlight Photofox, a creative photo editor, and Enlight Quickshot, a fast and pro camera app, with the company set to release additional products in the coming months. Quickshot is available for free on the App Store. Users can opt for monthly or yearly PRO subscriptions and enjoy regularly added features, content, and services.

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