Lo-Fi
Lo-Fi 1.1.0
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Turns digital photos into retro handmade snapshots.   Demo ($29.00)
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Lo-Fi turns digital photos into retro handmade snapshots. You can mix a wide range of effects from the film world, such as grain, colorful cross processing, lens blur, light leaks, and frames. All these happy accidents of film photography combine to give each photo its own quirky personality.

Lo-Fi looks and behaves like a gizmo you are holding and playing with. Anyone can immediately use it because it feels like a camera, not software. Drag a bunch of photos onto Lo-Fi, hit Shuffle, and you end up with a surprising variety of cool old snapshots. Then with the click of an analog
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Intel, Mac OS X 10.5 or later







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Downloads:634
Version Downloads:634
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Demo
Date:08 Mar 2011
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $29.00
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Lo-Fi turns digital photos into retro handmade snapshots. You can mix a wide range of effects from the film world, such as grain, colorful cross processing, lens blur, light leaks, and frames. All these happy accidents of film photography combine to give each photo its own quirky personality.

Lo-Fi looks and behaves like a gizmo you are holding and playing with. Anyone can immediately use it because it feels like a camera, not software. Drag a bunch of photos onto Lo-Fi, hit Shuffle, and you end up with a surprising variety of cool old snapshots. Then with the click of an analog button, you have shared your creations with friends through Flickr or Facebook.


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