Laminar for the iPad has become a pretty nice full featured editor. I did a quick review of Laminar when it came out near the start of 2012 and I was impressed.
This week the developer released a free version called Laminar Express. This version is fully functional but has a few limitations:
- Maximum working resolution is limited to 1024×768.
- Exported images have a small non intrusive watermark stamp on the bottom right.
- Watermark is added only on the images shared, not on the images saved to the library.
- Web search using Bing is not available on the express version.
This will allow you to get a feel for exactly how the app works so you can decide if you want to go ahead and buy the full version – which supports output resolution as high as 3872×3872 (15MP) on iPad2+.
If you are interested in a full featured photo editor you should definitely download Laminar Express and try it out for free!
“Laminar Express”,is a free, feature-limited version of Laminar, One of the most streamlined and powerful Image Editor available for iPad.
All the options are available, but with three major limitations:
➥Maximum working resolution is limited to 1024×768.
➥Exported images have a small non intrusive watermark stamp on the bottom right.
Watermark is added only on the images shared, not on the images saved to the library.
➥Web search using Bing is not available on the express version.
It’s extremely easy to perform some of the most basic tasks like:
➥Work on Individual channels to get that perfect tonal effect.
➥Work with RAW camera images. (Needs location services to be enabled).
➥Import images directly from sources like Flickr,Facebook, Microsoft Bing.
➥One of the easiest and accurate implementation of layers.
➥Create masks using tools like MagicWand, Gradients, and Text.
➥Brushes. Complete customization options including Variance, Jitter, Softness etc.
➥Support of output resolution as high as 3872×3872 (15MP) on iPad2.
➥Ability to save Presets for the adjustments.
➥Ability to save images in both PNG, and JPG.
From the author
Hello. This blog started in April 2011 and continues to grow.
If you are interested in photography with your iPhone and iPad be sure to drop by every now and then. I'll try to let you know about any photo apps that I happen to be using that day, or things that I notice about iPhoneography.
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-- a guy in Charlottesville, VA
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