A new project I'm currently working on.
6 months ago
Love it!!! Unique style as always :]
Woah. This is so good!
Added a real screenshot to the attachments now...
Awesome, really love your style Tobias. I'm not sure about the italicised text though. It works okay on the Start! button, but elsewhere, especially on the Close button, it feels slightly awkward.
I really like, but I have to agree with @Robbie Pearce. The font doesn't really fit the overall design.
Clean and functional.
Might give a version with the system font a try.
Thank you all for the feedback and spending that shot some love. :)
by Tobias Wiedenmann
Another screen of my upcoming app "Reduce".
I mostly made it for myself, as I missed an iOS app that can resize images not only to a given pixel size, but also to a given file size limit ( and auto-determinates the needed jpeg compression).
This is often needed to upload to web-services/communities that restrict the max. file size.
And when I'm traveling my iPad is my only "computer" around to do that.
Edit: Oh, and you can remove the exif data, which might be useful for iPhone photos to hide the gps data.
I also added an option to re-sharpen the image after the resize, and the possibility to add a watermark/description text or a simple border.
So this is kind of a "Web Optimizer" app, that does the stuff I usually do in the Adobe Lightroom Export dialog.
I also attached full screenshot for iPhone Retina and iPad.
5 months ago
After submitting an bugfix-update for Reduce today, I started working on some new features for an upcoming Version.
When batch-resizing pictures you will then be able to choose from 4 different settings for the export:
- fixed longer edge
- fixed shorter edge
- fixed width
- fixes height
I love it a lot, what camera did you use to take this shot ?
4 months ago
Thanks a lot. :)
I don't think you need a special camera for this,
as the DOF gets really tiny on this distance.
The camera was a Fuji X-Pro1 with the 60mm 2.4 lens.
I didn't keep the picture, but I think it was about aperture 5.6 to 8, so a point and shoot cam with a macro mode could have done the same I guess...
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