CameraBag

CameraBag 1.5

Make your photos more eyecatching in just two clicks

CameraBag is a great tool for quick photo effects – no complicated settings, no photo editing skills required. A photo and a few clicks on some of the filters included in CameraBag is all you need! View full description

PROS

  • Incredibly easy to use
  • Eleven effects to use and combine
  • You can download more effects from the web

CONS

  • Limited editing tools

Very good
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CameraBag is a great tool for quick photo effects – no complicated settings, no photo editing skills required. A photo and a few clicks on some of the filters included in CameraBag is all you need!

Using CameraBag is really easy: simply drag and drop the image you want to edit on the program’s interface, and you’ll be ready to start working on it. Click on any of the eleven filters displayed in the bottom thumbnail menu and CameraBag will display the effect in real time. When you’re happy with the result, you can save the image.

But that’s not all: CameraBag lets you apply the same effect several times – by clicking the Reprocess button – which produces a different result every time. Also, you can combine multiple filters simultaneously, creating new custom filters you can save for later use. Last, but not least, CameraBag lets you download new filters from the program’s website.

CameraBag includes also tools to resize, crop or add border to your photo, though I have to say they’re a bit limited – the cropping tool, for example, only includes presets and doesn’t let you define the area to be cropped manually. Other than that, it’s a great tool for quick, attractive photo effects.

If you’d like to make your photos a bit more special, try CameraBag and you won’t be disappointed.

CameraBag supports the following formats

JPG, PNG, TIF, TIFF
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CameraBag 1.5

User reviews about CameraBag

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    reviewed on July 1, 2010