You can now try out Bluristic Lite for free on the iOS App Store. You can check out the tracking function but can’t save the results. This is just a demo for people who want to try out how the app works before buying the full version. Thank you for sharing.
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The last months i was working on a huge iOS update for the app Bluristic.
I also made a small Videotutorial “how to blur the background”. There will be more of these tutorials when i find some time for it.
Here are the main new features of the update:
– two tracking points
– enable/disable tracking
– double exposure when disabled tracking
– tracking points can now stick to an object during the preview
– three new capture modes
– one capture mode allows creating small gifs animations
– saving and loading RAW Capture is now possible
– auto contrast correction added
– histogram manipulation possible
– small layout updates
– Instagram export tool
Hope you like it. More detailed explanations will come in the next posts.
For android i can only add some of these features. Working on this the next weeks.
I proudly present my new Photo App Bluristic:
It`s a long time project from my photography studies and now i am realy proud to make it available for iPad and iPhone and Android devices. As the moderate title of my last post points out, i think this app is changing photography 🙂 It gives you a long time exposure with a tracking function in real time. This allows you to create fantastic blur in the back and foreground by moving you Phone slowly around your object. It also allows you to track moving objects. Just press the icon to get to the app store.
Some more Screenshots:
You can also track moving objects like this slug:
I hope you like the app and thank you for sharing.