Filterstorm Neue provides you with all the photo editing tools you need; everything from powerful masking tools to simple pre-made filters. It has been rewritten to to be faster, easier to use, and to take full advantage of your device’s hardware. Photojournalists will enjoy features like FTP and IPTC metadata with code replacements (see website for more details), purists can use curves and masking to dodge and burn, and iPhoneographers of all skill levels can enjoy the set of photo effects included. Combine this feature set with the beautiful fluid new interface and you have a photo editing package that can’t be beat.
To see a comparison of features between Filterstorm Neue and classic Filterstorm, visit http://filterstorm.com
• Black & White
• Channel Mixer
• Curves (RGB, Individual Channel, and Luminance)
• Reduce Noise
• Temperature / White Point
• Tone Map
• Add Exposure
• Color Blending
• Make Square
• Canvas Size
• Bleach Bypass
• X Process
• Add Noise
• Brush/Smart Brush/Eraser
• Color Range
• Histogram Range
• Color Channels
Normal, Overlay, Screen, Multiply, Divide, Add, Subtract, Color Dodge, Color Burn, Hard Light, Soft Light, Hue, Luminosity, Saturation
• Edit iPhone pictures at full size
• 10-step undo history*
• IPTC metadata
• IPTC sets
• Code Replacements
• Export to photo library, other apps, twitter, and email via the standard system file sharing tool.
• FTP Export
• JPEG, TIFF, PNG Export
• Export via standard system controls (open in other apps, save to library, tweet, email, etc.)
• Option to open RAW files using DCRaw (increases load times)
• Interface color scheme based on the photo you’re editing
• Option to use grayscale interface
Tiling allows you to edit images larger than the maximum texture size of your GPU (4096x4096 on newer devices, 2048x2048 on iPhone4). Since iPhone pictures are less than the maximum texture size since the iPhone 4S, you can edit at full size without this feature on most phones.
*This feature is currently unavailable when using image tiling
• Fixes bug with loading RAW files when library contains RAW+JPEG
• Fixes issue with FTP Export
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Could be Great but Isn't
This app has some serious problems for use on anything smaller than an iPad.
There is a menu on the left and also sliding bars at the bottom of the screen. These leave very little room to manipulate your image and you find yourself constantly triggering them in error.
The controls are not finger friendly at all. Incredibly frustrating to spend a long time editing an image only to accidentally trigger the side menu which automatically wipes all your work. A back button would be far better than this swipe. There just isn't space for it.
There is no undo feature in this app. May not sound much but if you make a mistake with the fiddly crosshairs control you have to start again.
It's a real shame that the controls aren't as good as other apps because this would otherwise be better.
Do not buy on iPhone.
Terrible downgrade from the classic edition
Filterstorm classic was a perfect photo editor to use in your iPhone and iPad. It did everything you wanted and was very user friendly. This app promises to be faster but compromises on precision. The app is indeed faster, menus are tidier and transition between section is seamless. The sliding menu on the left often gets in the way of the editing, crosshairs and pointers gets covered by the menu and it’s a pain to gain access to them again, leading to mistakes and errors.
There’s is no undo function. There is a timeline function which just is confusing and doesn’t work (in the classic edition the same very function was very effective and easy to use).
The worst downgrade of them all is the clone option: the crosshairs is finicky and glitchy (moves all over the place), there’s only two brushes options (down from the three of the previous edition : size doesn’t give the same freedom it gave before. The sizes are basically gigantic or medium, no scope for precision with a small brush size here. Opacity does a decent work at harsh or soft coverage but it’s simply not as accurate as it used to be. The softness option is gone which is stupid: it was a very classy touch to be able to decide what degree of coverage you wanted before.
What happened? The classic edition is perfect but I had to sway since after iOS 11 it doesn’t work anymore. Picture taken on the day don’t load, which is a common glitch with apps developed for previous versions of the software. I upgraded hoping to find a new better and improved version of the software but this just won’t do. I spent a whopping 8 pounds on the classic edition: fix that or fix this version of the software, this is so appalling and a letdown so far.
I can't get the FTP to work, only reason I bought the app, any suggestions??
- Tai Shimizu
- 26.8 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 8.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.