PRESS RELEASE: CameraBag Desktop 1.5 Adds Custom Filters, Batch Processing And More
May 18, 2010 -- Nevercenter today released CameraBag Desktop 1.5, a significant free upgrade to the popular Mac and PC photo filter tool. The update introduces a new base filter and adds significant functionality such as batch processing and the saving and sharing of custom filters.
CameraBag's filters are a love letter to the analog era, instantly emulating photography's most beloved and iconic cameras, film, and processing techniques. Filters can be layered and combined for stunning effects, and the addictive Reprocess button subtly varies the results each time it's pressed. The newest filter, Silver, adds a vintage, tinted monochrome effect.
"People like CameraBag because it's simple, but doesn't take away from the creative process," said Nevercenter's John Plewe. "Everything's geared towards seeing great results right away and then refining the look from there."
CameraBag has carved out a unique niche in the photo processing world due to its fast, innovative workflow, and version 1.5 introduces features to speed things up even more. Users can now create, save, and share their own custom filters by layering and modifying existing filters. The new batch processing allows the current filter to be applied to a whole folder of images simultaneously, dramatically saving time and, in combination with other software, allowing for video editing.
Camerabag 1.5 is available as a free upgrade to registered users. Camerabag is available for purchase at nevercenter.com/cbd for $19, and it's totally worth it.
Nevercenter, founded in 2003, produces software for the PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad. Prominent titles include Silo, a desktop 3D modeling application and CameraBag, a top-rated photo-filtering app for iPhone, iPad, Mac and PC.
(First posted on Wednesday, May 19, 2010 at 22:32 EDT)