CameraBag is a must have app for anyone who plans on using their iPhone camera. This app allows you to use five different methods of emulation to get the best looking picture possible. Not only that, but it actually allows you to determine the output dpi of the pictures you save while using this app.
When you first load up CamerBag, you might think there aren?t a lot of options. Well, there aren?t, nor do there really need to be. You can set the default dpi for your picture saves, but keep in mind the higher that is set, the longer it will take to save. You can also set it to auto-save every picture you take before and after it applies the effect to it. This means that you won?t lose your raw images unless you manually delete them.
The five emulation options (with two more coming in the latest update) include: Helga, which gives you a square format toy camera feel with washed out highlights; 1974 which offers a faded and tinted look; Lolo, which provides vibrant and colorful shots; Cinema, which gives you a wide screen movie still view; and 1962, which utilizes black and white for a more dramatic effect. You?ll most likely find one you like and use it for a majority of your photos.
Having something to spice up the generic look of the iPhone camera is always nice. This app definitely allows you to do that. The save times can take awhile, but your pictures look less fuzzy and seem to be clearer when taken with this app. While that?s very unlikely to be true, the filters may help with making things look a little bit more professional then the normal camera app does.