App DescriptionCameraBag recreates the magic of film by letting you apply filters to your photos in a fast, intuitive, minimal interface.
1. Click on "Load" to load a photo.
2. Select the filters you want to apply. If "Multi-filtering" is disabled, only the last filter will be applied. Otherwise, click on a filter once to add it to the end of the list, and click on it again to remove it. You can always click on the "Original" filter to remove all filters.
3. If desired, specify borders, cropping, and output size from the drop-down menus at the top of the window.
4. Once you've found a style you like, don't forget to click "Save".
You can apply multiple filters at once by enabling Multi-filtering. Different combinations will look good for different photos, but we highly recommend trying Instant > ColorCross. Or Helga > Lolo. Or Magazine > Mono. Just click the filters in the order you want to apply them. (Order does matter.) If something doesn't look good, click the filter again to remove it from the list.
Each filter has a default look, but you can also enable Reprocessing for subtle variations. Keep pressing the Reprocess button, and you'll keep getting new exposures.
Save your favorite looks, including multiple and reprocessing effects, to a custom filter list for easy access later. Just find the look you love and click Custom > Save to Custom. You can also share the filters (as .cbf files) and download the best new filters from our CameraBag community.
Process a whole folder of images using the same CameraBag settings. Select a photo in the folder, find the setting you'd like then click More > Batch Process Folder to get walked through the process. The feature can even work on video if combined with 3rd party video editing software.
Each filter has a default border and cropping, but you can always specify a different one (or none) from the drop-down menus.
January 04, 2011 Initial Release