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Red Giant Color Suite, with Magic Bullet Looks 2.5 and Colorista II
Photo by Diana Stock using iPhone 4 and Plastic Bullet
You asked, we listened.
Plastic Bullet 1.1 (US$1.99, free update for current users) is available now, featuring some big new features pulled directly from your requests.
Read more about the new features in iTunes. You can see some full-res iPhone 4 examples on my Flickr feed — the quality is amazing.
Will there be, in the future, a way to not have the borders?
You can do that now, just download the free PS Mobile app and crop them off!
Support for the iTouch....SCORE! Now Apple needs to release the new iTouches with a camera... DOUBLE SCORE!
An iPod Touch with the iPhone 4's camera would be quite a device. One has to imagine we'll see that soon. Basically a supercompact point-and-shoot with a built-in computer and WiFi. Awesome.
It looks so awesome ...Android pleeeaaassssee !!
Wow! This sucker's FAST! Great work on the optimisation...
Yes, an Android version would be nice. Android phones outsold iphones in Q2 this year, making it a big market. I have an Xperia X10 myself, and for a camera phone the image quality is quite impressive.
yeah, I should have hold my tweet yesterday about the orientation thingy... sorry about that...
many thanks for the update!
oh, a feature request:when you look on one image (full frame) a neat feature would be to be able to tap on it and it will shrink enough to display 8 images around it with slight tweeks in either direction - similar to the Photoshop Variations feature. Might work best on the iPad though... but could still be useful.
Finally, for Ipod touch! Sweet! Results look amazing.
A question, though... does Plastic Bullet change the aspect ratio of the images? Even with the resolution set to "High", I ran a source image through it a 2048 X 1365, and the final one came out at 1820 X 1365. Is there a reason for this? I'm trying to keep them at the proper aspect ratio for borderless printing on 4 X 6 photo paper.
Plastic Bullet is designed to work with iPhone photos, so it works at the native aspect ratio of those photos. Images from other sources are cropped to fit, sorry!
Fair enough. Thanks, Stu.
Consider it a passive aggressive feature request. :)
Wait... this photo was taken by Diana Stock? So this would be... Stock photography?
I'm not going to ask, I'm just going to say I expect an Android version soon.
Nice photo. what did you use to get the cool old timey look?
Doesn't Google have an American to Aussie translator?
android support please :)
Sent from my galaxy s
seriously tho thats a great shot and a great app.. but who's the git with the phone
For the next version of Plastic Bullet, can you throw in a few exaggerated teal shadows/orange highlights? :)
I absolutely love Plastic Bullet, and use it all the time, but there is one feature I find sorely missing. The program does not right any EXIF data, and I would love for it to write that it was shot with Plastic Bullet in the Plastic Bullet images. That way I could easily see all my plastic bullet images in Adobe Bridge, Lightroom or even iPhoto.
That's a great feature request Jonah, I'd like that too. I think the new iOS4 SDK allows that feature, we're looking into it.