The new Flickr app for iPhone features a new collection of filters, which you can now apply before you snap a shot. And after you have taken a picture, you can customize the look of your chosen filter in addition to tweaking its appearance with a number of editing tools.
Let's walk through the new filters, which you can now access in camera mode as you are lining up your shot. If you don't like the result, don't worry: you can switch to another photo after snapping the shot or go no filter. In camera mode, tap the filter button in the lower-right corner to bring up the filter options, which are fairly sizable thumbnails as far as filter thumbnails go. Once you have perused the options -- there are 14 filters in all -- you can tap the filter button again to hide the filter thumbnails to finish lining up your shot.
Camera mode also gives you the ability to zoom, lock focus and exposure points, and use grid lines to compose your shot. In addition to the live and customizable filters, there a number of editing tools at your disposal. In edit mode, there are two buttons next to the filter button at the bottom of the screen. One is a one-touch enhance button, while the other lets you crop, straighten, rotate, and flip your photo. Tap the triple-dot button on the right to access four more edit buttons to adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, exposure, white balance, color balance, color levels, and sharpness.
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