Fotograf is a New Photo Filter App with a More Intuitive Interface


Nevercenter sent along a very ballsy press release to us today stating that they were sorry for creating the vintage filter craze. And to fix the problems out there with all the apps, they created the new Fotograf app for iOS. The company states that they’ve created a core set of filters in both color and black and white. When editing, you can change parameters like brightness, fade, etc that even gives you a live preview of what your image would look like in the editing stage before you choose to apply the changes.

Fotograf also lets you download more presets and create your own–sort of like Lightroom does, but by working with the company’s Camerabag software. Beyond this, it seems to give more functionality than Instagram does–which despite their amazing community is still playing catch up in some ways.

The app lets you make manual camera adjustments in the camera interface (like brightening and darkening) and is more like Snapseed and VSCO in that it lets you create custom crops of your images before sharing them on the web. Nevercenter is also saying that the app is “stupid fast.”

Fotograf is available for $1.99 on the iTunes store now.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.