CameraBag 2

Developer: Nevercenter Ltd. Co.

Current Version: 2.8.01

Last Updated: 4 months ago

Download Size: 36.8 MB - Download

Description:

NOTE: This is an older, classic version of CameraBag. For the newest features (CameraBag v3), search for CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Cinema here on the app store.

Designed for photographers, CameraBag offers high-quality image filtering, color correction, and film emulation. CameraBag has received rave reviews and awards for its straightforward, innovative approach to photo filtering.

Critical Praise
• Mac App Of The Year Runner-Up -Apple
• "Every photographer with a Mac needs to use CameraBag." -Mac360
• "A revolution for photo editing." -Professional Photographer Magazine
• "For editing photos, CameraBag 2 is hands down the best app I've ever encountered." -Slashgear
• Lifetime user rating: 4.5 stars.

Professional Image Processing
• 32-bits-per-channel Analog Engine offers unparalleled image quality
• Carefully-crafted and fully-adjustable filter presets
• Advanced color and light adjustments found nowhere else
• RAW image editing support

Intuitive Interface And Workflow
• Lightweight, instant-open standalone editing
• Tile-based adjustments show everything affecting the image
• Non-destructive editing and re-ordering of effects
• Batch processing

Fully-Adjustable Filters And Presets
• Carefully-crafted filters and film processing technique recreations, including:
• B+W Essentials
• Color Essentials
• Film Tones
• Color Filters
• Mattes
• Monocolor Presets
• Vintage Presets

Advanced Light Adjustment Tools
• RGB-based Tone Curve
• Luminance-based Tone Curve
• Value-based Tone Curve
• HSL Lightness-based Tone Curve
• Gamma Curve
• Luminance Contrast
• Shadows
• Highlights
• Dynamics
• Brightness

Advanced Color Adjustment Tools
• Coloring (Colorize, Tint, Color Filter, Dye, Color Balance, Screen, Multiply)
• Coloring Curve (Colorize, Tint, Color Filter, Dye, Color Balance, Screen, Multiply)
• R,G,B Separated Curves
• Individual Component Curves (Red, Green, Blue, Red+Green, Green+Blue, Blue+Red)
• Hue Saturation Curves
• Hue Shift Curves
• Hue Brightness Curves
• Split Tone
• Color Balance
• Color Mixer
• Filtered B+W

Basic Adjustment Tools
• Crop/Straighten
• Exposure
• Contrast
• Saturation
• Temperature
• Multi Tool (combined Exposure, Contrast, and Saturation)

Photographic Tools
• Vignette
• Grain
• Sharpen
• Blur
• Circular Blur

Other Tools
• Borders (Basic, Fill, and Image)
• Watermarks
• Exact Size constraint
• Minimum Size constraint

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Release Notes:

- Fixed bug where exif data wasn't being saved with image

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.0.5
Review by ArtDecoDalek

Quality visuals - Very impressed with the quality of the results when working with RAW images - looks far more like film than I expected. Also, the very clean interface and good variety of looks makes this the best app of this type that I've seen. A BIG improvement over the original CameraBag app. Recommended. Update: Looks fantastic in full-screen mode.

Found helpful by 55 out of 59 people
1/5
Version 2.5.05
Review by KTM0511

update killed a good thing - The update to Camerabag 2 (now 2.5) made a good thing bad. It constantly shuts down … it's so very frustrating!! I've uninstalled and installed it twice now. And it's still shutting down! So. Frustrating.

Found helpful by 18 out of 23 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 2.8.01
Review by jbakuphoto

Crash prone - Used to be stable app which I very much liked but the newest version is very crash prone. Can’t perform complex edits with complete crash.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
5/5
Version 2.8.01
Review by YahYah24

Best Filter-Focused photo editing app available - I have downloaded so many applications that have promised stunning photo editing results (based on the promo pics on their appstore pages) and I’ve bounced between the same 2 experiences with all of them. The first experience is; the application does not have “easy” to work-with filters. I have to spend a long period of time fine-tuning and manipulating the editing tools to get the photo to look the way I want, rather than simply applying a filter and then manipulating that filter’s settings (like in Instagram, as an example). The second experience is; the application has the number of filters it says it does in the application description, but they’re so lacking in quality it’s hard to describe them without sounding “mean". I wind up paying anywhere from $6 to $35 and when I open the application I see the filters are horrid. After having feasted my eyes upon the disaster of filters in one particular application, I found myself thinking “it looks like a 6th grader threw these filters together”, it was that bad. I mean, who wants to pay for an application that is full of filters - 6 of which turn your photo a completely single color; one turns your photo green, the other blue, the other yellow, the other red, the other - a deeper red… the entire photo turns a single color, essentially. They tell you there’s 100+ filters to work with and it’s true, but the usability of these filters? Is extremely minimal (I think that’s a generous assessment). This application has functional, quality, filters. And the quicklook option is great. It’s useable and it’s functional, and it’s a necessity I look for - a preview window that actually works. Thank You to the makers of this application! Update: After using this application a bunch I have a suggested function for the developers to add: I love the QuickLook option and thought I'd throw out a suggestion that would make saving photos with CameraBag2 an easier and quicker process. For me, I like to save each photo a number of different times with a number of different filters. Right now I have to do that save - and naming each file I save - manually. However, if you added a sort of "Quick Save" option for each thumbnail in the QuickLook page, that would save users an incredible amount of time. What I would love to see is a quick save option for each thumbnail, with each filter having a suffix (of my choosing) simply added to the end of my existing photo name. It could be that simple. So (in the Quick Look layout) every time I want to save a photo with a different filter I simple right click the thumbnail, choose "quicksave", and the application adds a suffix to my existing photo name, and saves it to the folder I set it to save to. A couple of clicks, and the save is complete, then I'm off to save that same photo with another filter... and so on and so forth. I LOVE this application and look forward to using it more!

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
5/5
Version 2.8.01
Review by Mr. Person19

Excellent App - I had my eyes on this app for a few days, and then it went on sale, and I jumped at the opportunity to buy it. The app is excellent, and well worth the money. It looks very clean, is easy to use, and is loaded with features. As an amatuer photographer, this app honesly makes me feel like a pro because there’s so many things I can do with it, and again, its loaded with features, so I can make my photos look amazing. If you’re into photography, buy this app. You will not regret it.

Found helpful by 34 out of 42 people
2/5
Version 2.8.01
Review by K0dis

Used to be better. - This app used to be great offering a ton of different preset filters and different camera type filters, but for some reason they decided to cut down on a lot of that. It’s pretty basic now with just making minor toning adjustments. I used to enjoy it for adding a quick fun look to some of my photos, but now I have no reason to use it ever. It was more fun when it was like Instagram x1000.

Found helpful by 12 out of 12 people
5/5
Version 2.8.01
Review by YahYah24

Best Filter-Focused photo editing app available - I have downloaded so many applications that have promised stunning photo editing results (based on the promo pics on their appstore pages) and I’ve bounced between the same 2 experiences with all of them. The first experience is; the application does not have “easy” to work-with filters. I have to spend a long period of time fine-tuning and manipulating the editing tools to get the photo to look the way I want, rather than simply applying a filter and then manipulating that filter’s settings (like in Instagram, as an example). The second experience is; the application has the number of filters it says it does in the application description, but they’re so lacking in quality it’s hard to describe them without sounding “mean". I wind up paying anywhere from $6 to $35 and when I open the application I see the filters are horrid. After having feasted my eyes upon the disaster of filters in one particular application, I found myself thinking “it looks like a 6th grader threw these filters together”, it was that bad. I mean, who wants to pay for an application that is full of filters - 6 of which turn your photo a completely single color; one turns your photo green, the other blue, the other yellow, the other red, the other - a deeper red… the entire photo turns a single color, essentially. They tell you there’s 100+ filters to work with and it’s true, but the usability of these filters? Is extremely minimal (I think that’s a generous assessment). This application has functional, quality, filters. And the quicklook option is great. It’s useable and it’s functional, and it’s a necessity I look for - a preview window that actually works. Thank You to the makers of this application!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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