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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

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ColorSplash for iPhone – photos with feelings

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ColorSplash lets you quickly and easily give photos a dramatic look by converting them to black and white, while keeping your chosen details in color. This effect - known as a "cutout" or "selective desaturation" - draws the viewers' attention to the colored areas.

Your finger is a brush, so you can easily back selected picture part in previous color version. And if you need zoom, just use the usual finger pinching gesture.

The app has unlimited undo, and brushes can be semi-transparent, so the amount of color can be varied. A palette gives you the option of hard edge or soft edge brushes, and you can save your work at any stage and go back to intermediate versions of your image if you want to. You can work in portrait or landscape mode, and when you don't know what to do just click help.

ColorSplash brings some of the sophisticated Photoshop controls onto the iPhone simplicity. Just choose any kind of picture (camera or downloaded) and with fast and easy finger gestures add more feelings into your photos.

Download from here.

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