With Flare, effortlessly add effects and textures to your photos. Choose from a variety of Flare’s built-in Effects or create your own using dozens of individual photographic filters. Easy to learn for casual hobbyists, Flare also has the flexibility professional photographers need.
When you download Flare Effects, available for FREE on iOS 8, your custom built desktop effects from Flare 2 will sync automatically onto your mobile devices instantly.
- Over 30 built-in Effects spanning a wide range of photographic effects and styles
- Create custom effects using over 100+ effects including textures, frames, borders, and more
Filters: Exposure, Midtone Brightness, Saturation, Brightness, Contrast, Tint, Duotone, Color Filter, Color Gradient, Black-and-White, Cross Processing
Lens Effects: Gaussian Blur, Motion Blur, Zoom Blur, Sharpen, Glow, Vignette
Creative Effects: Grain, Texture, Lightleak, Frame, Border, Rounded Edges, Barrel Distortion, Rotation, Halftone, Pixellate, Scanlines
- Edit – Fine tune effects via live preview
- Snapshot – Temporarily save edits as a Snapshot for later use
- High quality Textures, Borders, and Frames
- Unlimited Undos
- Drag and drop images from iPhoto, Aperture, Photoshop, and Lightroom
- RAW format supported for importing photos
- Crop and rotate images quickly and easily
- Export photos in JPEG, PNG, and TIFF formats
- Share creations on social networks
- Online user guide
- A new 'Colorfilm' filter to simulate the saturation of saturated color film.
- A new 'Timestamp' filter to simulate the time stamps of some older film cameras.
- The 'Texture' filter now offers the ability to blur textures and set the strength of the blur.
- The 'Van Zesen' filter has a new parameter to change the translation strength of of the color planes.
- The 'Gaussian Blur' filter has a new option to enable a seamless edge blur.
- Cropping has a new setting to lock the aspect ratio to the one of the original photo.
- Improved the display quality of the preview image.
- Relocated a difficult to reach button in the Crop interface.
OS X 10.10 or later