After testing & trying out more than a dozen apps in the last few months for the iPhone, I decided to give a try to this new one I was hearing rave reviews about called, Wood Camera.
With a Lightbox (where you can save your edited photos/ the photos you take using the app), few really intense filters, more than 15 textures, and good-looking frames bundled up in one good-looking user interface, this app is definitely staying for long in my phone. The ease with which you can use this app and the user-friendly buttons is just a couple of more reasons why I think it’s WINNING.
Snap a photo using the app, double tap on the same when it resides in the Lightbox, and voila, you get into edit mode already. Tilt the photo to your left, right, horizontally or even vertically. Crop it to the dimension of your choice. Add filter of your choice, give it a new texture feel and focus on what you want people to concentrate on using the Tilt-shift option. Finally, if you wish, use a frame to make your photo look hot. As simple as that.
Your saved photo will be found in the Lightbox. Single tap the photo and save it to your phone’s camera roll, email it to someone, or post it on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram or simply export it to another photo editing app that resides in your phone. Sounds as easy as 1-2-3, and honestly it’s just that.
If you don’t have much time to invest in editing your photos, I would say this is one of the apps you should definitely try. Editing on the fly. Below are just 2 good features to look forward to. There definitely are more, and you can add to them once you start using Wood Camera.
22 different filters: You can edit your photo & choose from 22 stunning filters.
You can also use the camera from within the app and choose one of the filter while clicking the picture. ie. You can use the filters in real-time and decide how you want the photo to look even before clicking it.
Preview button: While on the edit mode, on the top of the screen you would find a ‘fx’ button. You have access to it, all through the editing mode.
It can be used to compare your edited photo with the original photo that you have clicked. It’s useful because sometimes, your photos look better without editing it.I’ve had this app for 2 weeks now and I have to say, it is one of the most used apps on my phone today already. The simplicity of this app is what makes it successful & lovable. If you are fine with spending $1.99, I would definitely suggest you to head to the App Store and grab this app.
Here are a few Sample shots that were snapped and edited using Wood Camera (click on the images to enlarge).