TiltShift

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Description

Transform a scene into a miniature world. This application simulates a tilt-shift lens that tricks your mind into viewing a photo as a miniature scene like a model railroad for example.

Focus on a linear or elliptical region in the image with visual guides and interactively adjust the amount of blur for maximum effect. Increase color saturation, contrast or brightness to increase the toy model look.

Create a nice bokeh effect with the lens blur filter in night scene photos.
Blooming strength and threshold are adjustable.
You can even choose a shaped aperture (hexagon, heart, dollar sign, etc.) if you like.

The size and orientation of the focus can be adjusted
by the multi-touch gestures pinch in, pinch out
and rotation of two fingers around a common center.

Practice with dozens of images that are included or use the camera and photo roll.

The resulting image can be saved in high resolution.
Both portrait and landscape mode are supported.

Please have a look at a video review by Vu Bui, a photographer and cinematographer from Southern California.
This review demonstrates nicely how TiltShift can be used.
A clickable link to the review is on the TiltShift support site.

What's New

Version 2.5 (Jan 28, 2013)

- Adjusting the focus and color settings is now hardware-accelerated and very fast on all devices.

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Version 2.4 (Sep 19, 2012)

*** This version of TiltShift requires at least iOS 5
- The iPhone 5 is now supported in full resolution
- Adjusting the focus area is now bit faster on the new iPad with Retina display
- Fixed device rotation on iOS 6

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Version 2.3 (Apr 21, 2011)

- You can now choose to save a half size or full size photo no matter what the resolution or filter type is.
- The maximum resolution to save a photo in was raised to 16 megapixels for the iPhone 4.
- The maximum resolution to save a photo in was raised to 18 megapixels for the iPad 2.

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Version 2.2 (Apr 07, 2011)

- Filtering is now up to 25% faster on devices with iOS 4.
- The dual-core A5 chip of the iPad 2 is now fully supported so filtering is up to twice as fast.
- The unaligned position of the camera popover dialog on the iPad 2 has been corrected.
- Corrected graphical glitch during autorotation in the gallery

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Version 2.1 (Oct 20, 2010)

- EXIF data (including geotags) are now preserved on iOS 4.1 when saved with TiltShift. Photos directly taken with TiltShift will not contain geotags so if you want geo tags please take the photos with the Camera App first and then modify them with TiltShift.
- All parameters can be reset at once to the default setting by a tap-and-hold on the indicator button to the left of the slider. Shaking the iPhone or iPod Touch will also reset all parameters.
- Adjusting the focus is now more responsive.
- Lens blur is now up to twice as fast especially on the iPad and the 3rd and 4th generation iPhone and iPod Touch.
- The maximum size of saved photos on the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation) and now also on the iPad is now 5 megapixels. For older devices the maximum is 2 megapixels.

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Version 2.0.2 (Jul 20, 2010)

Version 2.0.2:
- fixed a crash when loading photos on the iPad
Version 2.0.1:
- fixed the color distortion bug where saved photos looked bluish on iOS 4.
- the photo example gallery now supports auto-rotation.
- the high resolution of the iPhone 4 Retina display is now fully supported.
- this application is now properly adapted for the iPad as well.
- the maximum size of saved photos was raised to 5 megapixels on the iPhone 3GS, iPod touch (3rd generation) and the iPhone 4. On the iPad the maximum is 4 megapixels and for older devices the maximum is 2 megapixels.

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Version 2.0 (Jul 12, 2010)

- fixed the color distortion bug where saved photos looked bluish on iOS 4.
- the photo example gallery now supports auto-rotation.
- the high resolution of the iPhone 4 Retina display is now fully supported.
- this application is now properly adapted for the iPad as well.
- the maximum size of saved photos was raised to 5 megapixels on the iPhone 3GS, iPod touch (3rd generation) and the iPhone 4. On the iPad the maximum is 4 megapixels and for older devices the maximum is 2 megapixels.

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Version 1.6 (Feb 24, 2010)

- simplified taking photos, now we always use the complete, uncropped photo
- corrected crash when rotating the device after taking a photo

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Version 1.5 (Feb 02, 2010)

- custom aperture shapes (hexagon, heart, dollar sign, etc.) for lens blur
- faster filtering in general, especially on the iPhone 3GS

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Version 1.4 (Aug 15, 2009)

+ adjustment of color saturation, contrast and brightness.
+ saving of images on iPhone 3GS up to 1536x2048 (2048x1536 in landscape).
+ saving of images on all other devices up to 1200x1600 (1600x1200 in landscape).
+ the gradient parameters will no longer be reset when loading a new image from the camera roll or photo library.

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Version 1.3 (Jul 03, 2009)

Compatibility with iPhone OS 3.0
Documentation now supports portrait and landscape orientation

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Version 1.2 (May 26, 2009)

Lens blur filtering and blooming for a nice Bokeh effect.
Included night scene photos for practicing the Bokeh effect.
Direct access to photos, camera and gallery images from the toolbar.
Certain cases of color bleeding at the image borders should no longer happen.
Photos directly taken with the camera are no longer cropped if this was not intended.
Fixed saving of blurry photos for certain firmware versions.
Uses much less memory than the previous version.
Integrated documentation.

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Version 1.1 (Dec 19, 2008)

- blur intensity of saved images now match the preview.
- fixed a bug where a random image appeared after a camera photo was taken.
- improved rendering speed.

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Version 1.0 (Dec 16, 2008)
Version 1.4 (iPhone OS 3.0 Tested)

+ adjustment of color saturation, contrast and brightness.
+ saving of images on iPhone 3GS up to 1536x2048 (2048x1536 in landscape).
+ saving of images on all other devices up to 1200x1600 (1600x1200 in landscape).
+ the gradient parameters will no longer be reset when loading a new image from the camera roll or photo library.

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Versions

2.5Jan 28, 2013Current release
2.4Sep 19, 2012
2.3Apr 21, 2011
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2.2Apr 07, 2011
2.1Oct 20, 2010
2.0.2Jul 20, 2010
2.0Jul 12, 2010
1.6Feb 24, 2010
1.5Feb 02, 2010
1.4Aug 15, 2009
1.3Jul 03, 2009
1.2May 26, 2009
1.1Dec 19, 2008
1.0Dec 16, 2008
1.4 (iPhone OS 3.0 Tested)First tracked
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Updated on Sep 30, 2014

About

Compatibility: Universal

Category: Photo and Video

Updated: Sep 30, 2014

Version: 2.5

Size: 8.4 MB

Language: English

Seller: Michael Krause

Rated 4+:


Requirements: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

App ID:  299782692  [Copy]