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Giveaway - Mac App CameraBag 2 - Worth $23.99/£16.99

Today we have CameraBag 2 for Mac to giveaway, this app is worth $23.99/£16.99. You may recall our post yesterday where we mentioned you could win an Canon 5D Mark III worth $3499, well that promotion is being hosted by Never Center the developers of CameraBag 2. You need to use CameraBag 2 to enter the competition so this giveaway will help you out.

CameraBag 2 is a desktop photo app with a whole new approach to photos. Redesigned from the ground up, CameraBag 2's Analog Engine pairs a full suite of photographic tools with the high quality filters and vintage simulations the series is already known for. Its key innovation is a stunningly straightforward approach to layering, rearranging, and endlessly tweaking all of these effects in realtime. The 100+ fully-adjustable filters and 25+ professional controls CameraBag 2 ships with are only the beginning, forming the palette from which users create their own styles. Watch the trailer at nevercenter.com/cb2trailer.


You can read more about this app below but would you like to try this app for free? Join our ever expanding Twitter followers here, RETWEET THIS POST and send a reply to the bottom of this page telling us why you wouldl ike to win this. We will select winners at random and send the promo codes directly to your email box.

Key Features

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- Choose from 100+ built-in styles and filters, or create and share your own.

- Full suite of 25+ manual photographic tools including advanced curve editors.

- Stunning new interface.

- State-of-the-art image processing via the all-new Analog Engine.

- Add any look you create to the toolset as a fully-adjustable filter.

- Quickly browse photos in a folder in your current filter with the arrow keys.

- 32-bits-per-component color depth.
- Non-destructive editing (active history).

- Easy layering of styles and adjustments.

- Quicklooks and hover previews for visual decision-making.

- The Remix slider, which smoothly transitions between endless variations.

- Large, precise controls.

- Laptop-friendly design.

- Batch saving.

- RAW format and metadata support.


Comments

  1. I would love to win this as I am at the beginning of a long journey into the world of photography. At this stage any tool which would help me create and discover my own unique style would be priceless.

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  2. I refreshed the page and my comment (awaiting approval) disappeared? : (

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