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SmugMug Camera Awesome For Android

SmugMug Camera Awesome For Android - SmugMug has announced that it has released the Camera Awesome App for Android.

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Camera Awesome

SmugMug has announced the Camera Awesome App for Android. 

Available in the Google Play Store for $2.99, Camera Awesome for Android captures gorgeous mobile photos and videos, shooting faster and taking sharper, better-exposed shots. The app offers pro-grade creative editing features, including hundreds of special effects, pre-sets, filters and frames. Users can also share photos straight from the app, sending them straight to social networks or via email and text to family and friends.

Android-Specific Features:

Camera Awesome for Android supports the following new and exclusive features: 
  • Shooting modes: includes high-speed burst, panorama, and HDR.
  • Anti-shake video mode: video image stabilization.
  • Face recognition and tracking: automatically identifies and tracks multiple faces in the shot to keep subjects in perfect focus.
  • ISO, White Balance, and Exposure: power users can choose among multiple white balance modes, exposure compensation values, and manually select ISO settings from 100 to 1600 to capture the perfect shot.
  • Resolution settings: shoot both photos and video in multiple resolutions.
  • Selective Editing: touch to add or erase which parts of the image have filter applied.
  • Sharing: in addition to sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Sinaweibo, Google+, Instagram, Photobucket, Picasa, Tumblr, YouTube and Flickr, users can now share to any other services via supporting apps installed on the device.
Camera Awesome is available for Android users (4.1 or newer) in the Google Play store, and for iPhone and iPad users in the App Store. For more information, visit the Camera Awesome website

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20 Nov 2013 10:37AM
Anyone used one of these? Had much tangible progress with them as apposed to photoshopping stuff after?

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