CameraBag Photo
CameraBag Photo
3.1.00

4.5

CameraBag Photo free download for Mac

CameraBag Photo

3.1.00
06 June 2019

Apply filters and effects to photos.

Overview

CameraBag is a desktop photo app with a whole new approach to photos. Redesigned from the ground up, CameraBag's Analog Engine pairs a full suite of photographic tools with the high quality filters and vintage simulations the series is already known for. Its key innovation is a stunningly straightforward approach to layering, rearranging, and endlessly tweaking all of these effects in realtime. The 100+ fully-adjustable filters and 25+ professional controls CameraBag ships with are only the beginning, forming the palette from which users create their own styles.

Features
  • Choose from 100+ built-in styles and filters, or create and share your own.
  • Full suite of 25+ manual photographic tools including advanced curve editors.
  • Stunning new interface.
  • State-of-the-art image processing via the all-new Analog Engine.
  • Add any look you create to the toolset as a fully-adjustable filter.
  • Quickly browse photos in a folder in your current filter with the arrow keys.
  • 32-bits-per-component color depth.
  • Non-destructive editing (active history).
  • Easy layering of styles and adjustments.
  • Quicklooks and hover previews for visual decision-making.
  • The Remix slider, which smoothly transitions between endless variations.
  • Large, precise controls.
  • Laptop-friendly design.
  • Batch saving.
  • RAW format and metadata support.

What's new in CameraBag Photo

Version 3.1.00:
  • Zoom: removed restrictions to greatly expand zoom range. You can now zoom in far beyond a 1:1 pixel view to inspect pixels, plus zoom far out to get a different perspective on your image
  • Lightleak: the oft-requested Lightleak adjustment from CameraBag 2 has been updated and is now available in CameraBag 3.x
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes

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11 CameraBag Photo Reviews

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Drdul
27 December 2010

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Tried it, deleted it. For me, the showstopper is the inability to scale and reposition the image. Yes you can select different crops, but you're stuck with whatever part of the image CameraBag retains after cropping, with no ability to set the crop to a specific part of the image. If the developer added a crop tool, then I'd give CameraBag a second shot.
Like (4)
Version 1.5
jose-rte34
29 November 2016
Good!
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Version 2.8.01
Jakob-joergensen
18 July 2014
Just love this app. Sooo logical and easy to use. Batch conversion too. All it needs is mask and layers! That would be perfect!
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Version 2.6.01
Vulcan-
29 May 2013
wow .. what a mistake to subscribe to Macupdates desktop. I see that the download package was noted as being wrong back in mid 2012 and as i see today it is still wrong .. sorry CameraBag developer, but you get a crappy rating for not noticing that your update is not actually being delivered by Macupdates
Like (4)
Version 2.0.5
1 answer(s)
foolishservant
foolishservant
25 May 2016
What has that got to do with the app itself? Why not write a comment instead of a review, since you haven't actually reviewed the app..
Like (1)
Uncoy
19 August 2012
Great little tool to create instant looks. What's really cool is you can save sophisticated looks into favorites. Less cool is you can't reopen an image and start where you left off (but if you saved the favorite, you can just reapply the favorite). Very easy to rearrange the building blocks (unlike Snapseed). Camerabag 2 is one fast application (why I bought it). What is not so much fun is that cropping is really hit and miss when you put a frame on your picture (although if you know which frame you want, you can crop with your framing in mind). You can also change your cropping without having to go back through all the steps (all blocks are dynamic, remember). Very, very cool toy.
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Version 2.0.5
Memphisbird
29 July 2012
The download link is for 2.0.1 not 2.0.5.
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Version 2.0.5
Mhoutman
02 February 2012
As Nevercenter wrote on Twitter on Jan 25th: "we're selling CB2 as a separate product (no upgrades)" So no upgrade license available for software which only was updated once ? I'll pass for this version 2 which has a terrible Interface and no Sparkle Support ! ;(
Like (1)
Version 2.0.1
Djq
27 December 2010
If you use the iPhone app, you'll know what to expect from the desktop version. CameraBag is a quick way to add some cool filters to your photos. I wouldn't pay $20, but I think the $10 is worth it. Extremely easy to use and very fast.
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Version 1.5
Frankof
27 December 2010
What's nice as an app for 1.99 on the iPhone, is not nice for 19$ on the Mac. WAY TOO overpriced for what it can do. The effects are good, but very very limited. For 2$ I'd buy it, maybe, for quick editing of images to be emailed.
Like (1)
Version 1.5
Drdul
27 December 2010
Tried it, deleted it. For me, the showstopper is the inability to scale and reposition the image. Yes you can select different crops, but you're stuck with whatever part of the image CameraBag retains after cropping, with no ability to set the crop to a specific part of the image. If the developer added a crop tool, then I'd give CameraBag a second shot.
Like (4)
Version 1.5
1 answer(s)
Grandpa-John
Grandpa-John
28 December 2010
I have to agree here. I paid for it, but was very surprised when I could not find an edit menu to select and copy, nor could I find a grab tool so I could slide the image around and rescale it so I could apply the filters to the portion I wanted. I hope this is just a work in progress with more to come.
Like (2)
Abelle
23 May 2010
CameraBag 1.5 is perfect, a software that I use every day, thank you.
Like (2)
Version 1.0
$29.00

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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