Photo Studio

Photo Studio updated to v1.1.13 for BlackBerry and BlackBerry PlayBook

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Photo Studio

Super popular and feature packed photo editing application Photo Studio has been updated to v1.1.13, and as usual KVADGroup has added new features and options as well as bug fixes. In this release they implemented a big opportunity to collect and re-use your favorite operations such as filters, effects, frames and so on with new cool feature – action sets. This makes it even faster to edit and upload your images.

Photo Studio for BlackBerry [App Review]

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Photo Studio for BlackBerry

Part of the fun of having a camera on your cell phone is the ability to snap random and fun pictures anywhere that you go and post them on the fly. What is even more fun than that is having the ability to edit them and make them a bit different than they appear in real life before sharing them with friends and family. Not everyone has the time to sit down at a computer and edit the pictures that they took that day, nor do we always want to have to wait to do this, and that is where Photo Studio for BlackBerry comes into play. So how many features can you pack into one application? How many changes can you make to a photo right from your BlackBerry device? Let's hit the break and check them out.

Photo Studio for BlackBerry updated to v.0.9.8.25 - includes Valentine's Day frames and more!

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Photo Studio

FilterLab vs InstaPhoto vs Photo Studio - a shutterbug showdown

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Head to Head to Head

When checking out images on my computer, I would end up trying out various filters in order to see which one would make the image stand out. I’m always about options, so that’s why I first put together a multi-app review to see which one worked for me.

I’m becoming a fan of the head to head application reviews (in this case, head to head to head). It’s what everyone tries to figure out and what everyone asks; which one is better. Obviously, it’s all about personal preference. When I first put together this type of review for image editing applications, it was difficult to decide which ones should be pitted against each other. As time marches on, more and more developers release applications that offer generally the same thing. The trick is to know how each one fits into your needs. For me, the idea this time, was to focus on apps that offered image filtering options and the decision was to check out FilterLab, InstaPhoto and the new Photo Studio beta. Who would submit to the stronger Sepia? Who could eviscerate with their Vintage? Who would leave the others black and blue with their Black and White? Take a look at the comparison.