BLACK Photography App for iPhone

Apr 6, 2015

Category: Tech

It takes talent to pull off a truly beautiful black and white photograph; the kind of talent most of us don’t possess, especially when it involves snapping pics with an iPhone. But BLACK is a new app that promises to turn any picture into a B&W gem.

The app helps your photos resemble some of the all-time best B&W analog films, with 10 accurately generated, real B&W film filters including FUJI Neopan 400, Kodak TRI-x 400, Ilford HP5, Lomography Lady Grey 400, Shanghai GP3 100, Tura P400, ORWO N15, and more. You can swipe to choose the effect you want, or use an array of pro tools – Curves, Fade and Vignette – to manually adjust the image for a custom finish. [Purchase]

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