All mobile artists and photographers are invited to take part in the upcoming Mobile Masters PROOF, a contest aimed at the promotion mobile photography as an art form and at assessing its most distinctive potential. Mobile Masters was born as one of the several projects of designer, author and photograher Dan Marcolina, also known for his other mobile-oriented feats, AppAlchemy and iObsessed.
The previous edition of Mobile Masters was by invitation only. The juried contest format was adopted for the second edition to embrace a wider range of photographic and artistic influences and visions. The most deserving artists will earn a feature spread in the upcoming Mobile Masters iTunes app. Winners will be announced in the course of MacWorld in San Francisco on March 26. [click to continue…]
The app to turn photos into kaleidoscopic iPhone art.
The makers of Tangent are giving iOS users their newest app, Fragment. Like Tangent, and even more than that, Fragment is an app conceived to transform pictures into something completely different from the original. I was kindly given a promo code to preview the app hours before the official release, and this is the result of my brief experience with it. Even though I didn’t get much time to spend with Fragment, the app is so hassle-free that it didn’t take long to learn how to use it.
- Full resolution saving;
- 4 crop ratios;
- 45+ geometric designs;
- Randomize option;
- Adjust brightness and contrast;
- Add colored filters;
- Invert and desaturate;
- Open in Tangent and LoryStripes;
- Share to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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