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Photo editing app

Discussion in 'Apple Software' started by passey89, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. passey89

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    I know it's not going to be as good as photoshop for the pc but I'm after an app that I can do some decent photoshopping to on the go.

    I've got the ad adapter and my idea it to take my ipad and slr out with my so that I can do some slight editing on the go.

    I have a Nikon slr so one that could if possible handle Nikon raw files would be best
     
  2. JoeF1

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    iPhoto? Do what you need? It's quite in depth for app?
     
  3. passey89

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    Just watched a review on iPhoto looks good. Might get it tbh as it's got a few other features that are usefull
     
  4. UnworthyBean

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    iPhoto comes with all Macs, does it not?

    Anyways, There is a version of Gimp available for Macs, not tried it but it was pretty highly rated on Windows.
     
  5. passey89

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    Only macs not ios
     
  6. UnworthyBean

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    Note to self: Read the thread before posting in it :rolleyes::D
     
  7. K.C. Leblanc

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    Snap Seed is also well worth a look, but I don't think it has any RAW support.
     
  8. ethansamuel17

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    iPhoto is the best. Instagram and filterstrome are also good option.
     
  9. rpstewart

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    It has some but it's a bit behind at the moment - eg it supports the Canon 30d but not the 40d.
     
  10. slinxy

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    My prefer editing program at the moment is Pixelmator.

    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pixelmator/id407963104?mt=12

    its a knocked down version of photoshop, but I just prefer the way it works to photoshop, keeping it more simple.

    For those who like photoshop but can't afford it, thinks photoshop is a bit OTT or with older machines.. Pixelmator is very much worth looking at.