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Reviewed several quickdraw iOS camera apps that are also useful for taking selfies, but there’s also a whole sub-category of apps that can take your selfie-obsession to the next level.
1. B612 Selfie (free)
Camera B612 is similar to Camera X in that it too provides a preview of a selected filters before you snap the selfie. The advantage of this app is that it allows you to activate the shutter by tapping anywhere on the screen, or long press to shoot a short video. A collage template can also be selected to capture a series of selfie shots.
The big drawback to this and Camera X is that applied filters, as well as the vignette filter, cannot be adjusted before or after shooting the photo. You can however quickly delete unwanted images so they’re not all automatically saved to your photo library.
2. Selfiest (free)
Selfiest feeds the desire of those who want to share their selfies and possibly get their egos stroked. Like Instagram, Selfiest lets you curate your selfies and share them with other Selfiest members across the world, as well as to your other social networks.
Other members can like your images and follow you, photos you post to your account can be removed at any time.
The app provides a slew of editing and photo enhancement tools, including Instagram-style filters, and a text and drawing tools. Unfortunately, once a tool has been applied and saved to a photo, that photo can’t be edited.
For creative inspiration, Selfiest includes photo challenges, such Street Selfie, Smiling Selfie, Morning Selfie, and Selfie with Sunglasses. For more inspiration, you can check out selfies from other users nearby, in the same country, or across the world.
3. Camera X (free)
Unlike other camera apps, Camera X allows you to swipe and select a photo filter (and get a preview) before you take a photo. Likewise, you can pre-select from over a dozen different template collage frames, and snap selfies to fit your chosen layout. And like the default iOS camera, this selfie tool also includes a self-timer and optional photo composition guide.
Camera X is really for shooters who don’t want to do post editing of images. In fact, it doesn’t allow you to. By default the app doesn’t automatically save your images, but there is an option in the app’s setting to autosave your selfies. The goal of Camera X is to shoot and share to Facebook, another supporting iOS app, Messages, or directly to your Photos Library.
4. Selfie X (free)
Most selfies on the iPhone are taken with the front-facing camera, which has a lower resolution (1.2 megapixels) than the rear camera (8 megapixels on the iPhone 6). If you want the higher quality selfie you will need to get someone else to take the shot (which technically means it’s not a selfie?), or you might try using Selfie X.
This app uses face and voice recognition to snap a photo of you using the rear-facing camera. You won’t be able to view yourself, so the app tells you if you need to adjust the phone to capture your face. When properly framed, the app tells you to, “Say Cheese.”
I tried the app a few times, and it worked, but saying “cheese” doesn’t always deliver up the the kind of smile you want. And in my tests, the app never worked while holding the phone in landscape position. Selfie X is a free app, so you might want to download it and see what you can capture.
5. Ghost Lens+Selfie (free)
When it comes to creative selfies, the Ghost Lens+Selfie app may be what you’re looking for. It can easily layer an image on top of another image (or video), like in Photoshop, for various types of effects. Images can be faded in and out, with one or more photo filters applied. And as with other camera apps, photos can be exported to social networks, and saved to the Photos Library.
6. PhotoMirror (free)
For an easier, more direct photo effect, PhotoMirror creates an instant duplicate of a selfie shot, or an imported photo. It includes preset crops, 2D and 3D layer masks, creative picture frames, and other elements that might be useful for sprucing up selfies. Photos can also be saved or exported to other iOS camera apps or to social networks.
7. Apple Watch Remote
And lastly, the new Apple Watch provides a remote trigger for the camera app on your iPhone. You can actually see your camera’s viewfinder watch what the phone camera sees in its lens. This is convenient for both selfies and group shots. You can prop your phone up against something or use a tripod, open the remote app on your watch, and tap the shutter button or timer on your phone.
Naturally, remember to look at the lens on your camera phone rather than the watch when snapping a photo.
Linh download: http://b612az.com/
Social media and the mobile web has given rise to a strange phenomenon called the “Selfie,” and now we are witnessing selfie mobile phones, selfie apps and don’t know what else.
Now a Japanese company, LINE Corporation owner of the free call and messaging app LINE has launched a new camera app named as B612.
The Download camera b612 app is especially developed for selfie lovers so that they can capture a prefect selfie and feel a new experience they never felt before. The name B612 has been taken from a novel “The Little Prince,” where the B612 is planet.
The interface of B612 is simple and straightforward, discounting the complicated user setup requirements. The app employs the front camera and just require a touch anywhere on the screen to take a picture, so a user is good to go as soon as the app is switched on.
The B612 is based on soft-focus technology that refines images to create a smooth, yet stunning, visual effect. It offers 43 professional-grade filters allowing user to have fun and give their selfies different textures depending on their mood.
Once you’ve taken the photo, the app allows you to share your pic to social networks, blogs, and profiles. Currently the B612 is only available for iOS platform, and for Android users, Line says they users will have to “wait a little while” before it is available to them.
It is interesting that Line, which has its maximum number of users in the Asia-Pacific region has not released its new app for Android first. Ironically, the regions where Line has maximum penetration are Android dominated, so is this a strategy to tap into the Western markets?
See more: http://b612az.com/
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