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frenzyguy
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photo editor on my S3

by frenzyguy » Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:50 am

I am a well experienced photographer and my choice of to includes Canon EOS 5D Mark II and soon the Mark III, PowerShot G11 and for joy, the S3 although I have had many images from the S3 published in a Chinese newspaper on the official opening of the 2012 London Olympics. While looking for a good photo editor, my research was with those apps that promised more filters and special effects - not my thing. I have only one photo editor on my S3 and it's the one that comes integrated with ICS but judging from the replies I have received, Samsung has for some reason left out this wonderful editor.
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by klausesser » Sat Dec 22, 2012 3:23 pm

frenzyguy wrote:I am a well experienced photographer and my choice of to includes Canon EOS 5D Mark II and soon the Mark III, PowerShot G11 and for joy, the S3 although I have had many images from the S3 published in a Chinese newspaper on the official opening of the 2012 London Olympics. While looking for a good photo editor, my research was with those apps that promised more filters and special effects - not my thing. I have only one photo editor on my S3 and it's the one that comes integrated with ICS but judging from the replies I have received, Samsung has for some reason left out this wonderful editor.

To be honest: this seems like a slightly funny Samsung-ad . . . :D

Which "well experienced photographer" in real world would use an integrated image-editor on a smartphone (what ever it is) - he´d rather download the images to his computer and use Photoshop to work on them and prepare them for publishing.

On the other hand i don´t know much about "Chinese newspapers" . . . :cool:

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by ThomasGE » Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:05 am

Before downloading the images on the computer I check the images on a Android tablet using a SD card with wifi. The raw file is for the computer in the office and the small JPEG can be seen immediately on the tablet. Photo Mate work nice, also SnapSeed. And from a tablet with 3G you can share or mail the image on the fly. The only thing I miss is a semipro mirrorless camera with 3G or HSDPA running on a Android OS.
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