How to be an iPhoneographer: Saving “the look” in CameraBag 2


CameraBag 2 has a number of fantastic features. One of the most useful is the ability to create and save a filter which can be applied to future images.

Recently I have been focusing on improving the consistency in images I capture, developing a style if you will (that sounds far to artistic). Good photographers maintain an element of consistency that gives their work a sense cohesiveness. This is a trait I am working on developing.

I am a huge fan of Snapseed but one significant drawback is edits you apply to an image can not be saved to apply to a future image. You have to manually recreate the look each time. CameraBag 2 is without this limitation. Here is how it works:

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7 thoughts on “How to be an iPhoneographer: Saving “the look” in CameraBag 2

  1. Camerabag 2 is a great app on the Mac. 1 question, I use aperture and can send a photo to camerabag for editing but can’t easily send it back without saving and re-importing. Any ideas?

    1. Greg – as far as I am aware there is not a way to send an image directly from Camera Bag into any other software. I am in the same boat, I save to a Dropbox folder from Camera Bag and then open the image in the next app via Dropbox.

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