Testing One, Two, Three

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Over the weekend I accepted an offer to be a beta-tester for a photo editing app, Light Brush, created by East Coast Pixels, inc.

This app allows you to edit your existing photos or take new ones with the in-app camera and make edits from there.

 

I edited a photo that I posted last week:

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← I used the Metallic Texture in Light Brush on this orange Nasturtium and got this erie result →

 

Here are two photos that I took with the in-app camera this morning:

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I plan to edit one of these rose photos in the coming week, so check back and see what I come up with.

 

 

So far, I like this new app. I have experienced it crashing and freezing, but overall it has been fun to use.

I have found that I like to use Light Brush more on my iPad than my iPhone, but that has a lot to do with aging eyes and big fingers.

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  4 comments for “Testing One, Two, Three

  1. July 11, 2016 at 5:07 PM

    Oh it wan’t just me I kept losing my edit too.
    I’ll try again. Like the metallic look.

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  2. July 11, 2016 at 11:42 AM

    What did you like and dislike about it?

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    • July 11, 2016 at 12:07 PM

      It is easy to use and a bit “buggy” at times. When it locked up/crashed my edits were lost and I had to start over from scratch.

      I can send you an invite if you would like to try it. Note: you will need to install Apple’s Test Flight app (easy to do) in order to use the Light Brush app.
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