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|Technology - Software|
|Tuesday, 07 August 2012 02:28|
One of the most downloaded both IOS users as Android is Instagram , the social network for editing and sharing photos (whose success caught the attention of Facebook that ended buying it ). With Instagram can take pictures with our mobile devices, apply a filter to give it a vintage touch and share with our friends but also the service API has led to an ecosystem of applications and services rather interesting with which to amplify the experience this network. One of the "downstream use" most striking is the publication of montages and collages with photos posted on Instagram, something we can do easily by applications such as Instaframe and PicFrame
Instaframe is a free application for Android devices (requires Android 2.2 or higher) with which we can add effects to endow our pictures frames, create montages making a collage with various images we have stored in the camera of your terminal or add effects the photographs and any other "character" extra to make it look fun.
Given that it is interesting to not abuse these tools to avoid that a beautiful photograph becomes an amalgam of effects of questionable taste, the application is quite simple in use and gives users multiple options for layout of the collage ( based on multiple templates), various types of textures to apply and also we can share the result in Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and even through email.
While we can post pictures to Instagram, formally we need not use images we post on this network and can use any photo stored on the phone.
PicFrame is an application for IOS devices (requires iPhone OS 3.2.2 or higher) with which we can also make a collage of images from your iPhone, your iPhone or iPod Touch our thanks to 67 frames adjustable including where we can add up to 9 photos to form our assembly or composition. In addition, we can also add effects to images, tweak the shadows and play with colors to add a touch of homogeneity to the photos we have selected.
Another detail that allows this application is the ability to add text on the mountings, apply "rounded" to the 4 corners of each picture, flip the images or to zoom in on them or take its mirror image.
As expected, the application will allow us to share our creations through Instagram com social networking, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr or Tumblr, and allow us to share via email very easily. Logically, if we have published (and probably retouched) image from PicFrame, when we share in Instagram consider whether we need to apply another filter to the image, a detail to keep in mind to keep our end up mounting touching the grotesque.
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