LensLight

LensLight iPhoneography app provides a wide range of lighting effects including Bokeh, LensFlares, Light Leaks, Spotlights and Textures. Multiple effects can be combined to create unique combinations. Lenslight is created by Brainfever Media who also created Lensflare.

Rating (all versions): 4 (409 ratings).
Rating (current version): 5 (1 ratings).
Current Price: USD2.99.
Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.




LensLight Visual Effects is the ultimate app to add beautiful lighting to your photos. You'll get a wide selection of interactive lights:
- Bokeh
- LensFlares
- Light Leaks
- Spotlights
- Rainbow Effects

CUSTOMER REVIEWS
"I don't use light effects often, but when I do, I choose LensLight."

"This app is great! There are more choices than you'd think, and it adds such a nice touch to pictures. I'm glad I got it."

"Really for photo editing apps no one can touch these guys. Brilliant!"

The power of LensLight is the Optics Engine for rendering the lights in real time. Many apps have simple filters with glare or grunge. LensLight effects are completely dynamic as you move them around like a real camera lens. You'll see beautiful streaks, glares, and edge bloom to add that final touch to your photos. LensLight uses the same technology as the pro Mac app, LensFlare Studio.

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