What does “filter-focused” photo editing mean? It means that CameraBag Photo has the advanced tools you need to make your images look just how you want, but in an interface that makes it incredibly easy to re-use the styles you develop as custom filters. Or to start with existing presets to emulate classic film stock, or to batch apply the same style to hundreds of photos. It means that CameraBag is built from top to bottom to help you develop a unique photographic style that is distinctly your own.
Layer on Adjustments from an Arsenal of Professional Tools
CameraBag’s interface is focused on building up a series of image adjustments (or loading existing filters made up of a series of adjustments) and tweaking them as needed. You can easily see every adjustment you’ve applied to your image in the bottom tray, adjust their controls, reorder or delete them, or save what you’ve got as a new filter.
Over 150 Included Presets
CameraBag Photo lets you start or finish with over 150 fully-editable included presets, to which you can add an infinite number of your own. From classic film stock emulation to color correction setups to versatile color and B+W styles, CameraBag Photo has you covered. Here are a few highlights.
Want to Use CameraBag’s Award-Winning Tools on Videos?
The professional Cinema version of CameraBag has all of CameraBag Photo’s award-winning tools for advanced adjustments and filtering, but adds video support for all your video color grading and filtering needs. Additionally, CameraBag Cinema includes dozens of motion film stock presets and support for LUT import and export.
Complete Photographic Toolset
CameraBag Photo has all the professional tools you need to adjust your images to exacting standards. Filters in CameraBag are built up by layering any these adjustments (including the ability to add multiple copies of the same adjustment or nest groups of adjustments). And it’s all done using an incredible 96-bits-per-pixel math, so you never lose quality, no matter how many adjustments you layer on.
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