PhotoToaster ($0.99) is, hands down, one of the best photo editing apps out for iOS, and it just got better with the release of version 3.0. A whopping 60 new presets, easy noise reduction, and a very handy “Recent” menu (featuring recent edits) are all very welcome additions…but in case that hasn’t already whetted your appetite, […]
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PhotoToaster 3.0 for iPhone and iPad

PhotoToaster ($0.99) is, hands down, one of the best photo editing apps out for iOS, and it just got better with the release of version 3.0. A whopping 60 new presets, easy noise reduction, and a very handy “Recent” menu (featuring recent edits) are all very welcome additions…but in case that hasn’t already whetted your appetite, here’s a full list of changes straight from the developers at East Coast Pixels:

Photo Adjustments

  • Professional level control over different lighting ranges
  • Lighten Shadows, Recover Highlights, Lighten Midtones
  • Intensity adjustment to create dramatic effects
  • Blacks adjustment
  • New and modified presets that use the new settings including Clarify, Bleach Bypass, Sketch, Dynamic HDR, Dramatic
  • 60 global presets
  • Noise reduction using sophisticated bilateral filtering algorithms

Remove noise or smooth skin imperfections

  • Photo Management Improvements

Recent List that stores recent edit sessions for easy retrieval

  • Support for saving and viewing location, exif and other image metadata
  • Select specific photo albums during save
  • Automatically save originals of camera photos to library

Misc

  • Recent settings added to My Presets list
  • Several adjustments were made twice as fast
  • Rule of thirds crop grid
  • More Crop aspect ratios
  • Finer control over sharpen
  • Higher resolution borders
  • Soft focus vignette honors main adjustment settings
  • Load full size camera kit imported images on iPad
  • Direct printing to AirPrint capable printers

One of PhotoToaster’s best features is really how organized the entire app is. It’s a very powerful package, but the controls are split very nicely between the top and bottom bars and then further separated into presets and sliders. If you’re one of the people who found iPhoto intriguing but confusing, you’ll likely be very happy with the power behind PhotoToaster 3.0.

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