Light can be added to a scene where none existed before just as if you were adding light at the time of photography.
Realistic lighting and shadow is introduced using digital versions of the gobo library created by Gamproducts. For more information on Gamproducts gobos, please visit their website at www.gamonline.com.
Gobos, or patterns, are widely used by lighting designers in theatre, film, photography and television to create atmosphere, project scenery, and generally enhance the visual impact of their lighting. Normally used in front of lights during photography, these same exact patterns can be applied digitally to the entire image or inside a selected area. Gobos from the Gamproducts collection are included with Light and are arranged into the following categories: Breakups, Foliage, Lights, Sky and Windows.
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- Control light brightness, blurring, and displacement for light wrapping effects
- Adjust light position, rotation and size with on-screen controls
- Isolate light using the selection screen
- Position slider determines where to put the light
- Range slider selects the amount of light
- Lum (Luminance), Hue, or Sat (Saturation) buttons change the selection method
- Selectively apply light by painting a mask
- Shake on the Gobo screens to choose a random gobo
- Shake on the image editing screen to reset controls
- Edit in portrait or landscape mode
- Crop, Rotate, Straighten
- Integrated Help
- Compatibility with iPhone 4.0 OS
Loading and Taking Photos
- Start Light.
- Tap the Folder icon and load a photo by selecting it from the Camera Roll or Photo Albums.
Take a Photo with the Camera
- Start Light.
- Tap the Camera icon and take a picture.
Using Presets and Editing Basic Settings
- Select a Gobo
- Adjust the Brightness, Blur and Displacement sliders.
Using On-Screen Controls
- Choose the On-screen control icon (the dot with dashes around it) to position and size the gobo.
- Change the position by tapping and dragging the center dot.
- Set the rotation and size using the circle control.
- You can individually change the horizontal/vertical scale and rotation using sliders accessed by clicking the "i" icon at the bottom right of the screen.
- Tap the screen to bring the menu bar back.
Isolate the Light Effect using a Selection
- To isolate where light is shown on the image, press on the Selection icon (half-moon). Light is isolated according to Luminance (brightness), Hue, or Saturation. Luminance is the default, but this can be changed with the Lum, Hue, or Sat buttons.
- Drag the Position slider to place the light on a particular portion of the image. With the Lum (Luminance) button selected, a high Position value places the light in the brighter areas of the image while a low Position value places light in the darker areas of the image.
- Use the Range slider to set the amount of light. A low Range value shows less light while a high Range value will show more light.
Note: You can also tap and drag on the image to isolate the light effect. Tapping sets the Position slider and dragging sets the Range.
- To isolate the light using a different image value, change the selection method using the Lum (Luminance), Hue, or Sat (Saturation) buttons.
Isolate the Light Effect by Painting a Mask
- Tap the Paint Brush icon to open the Paint Mask toolbar.
- Click the Help icon (?) inside the Paint interface for detailed instructions.
Comparing Original to Filtered Image
- Toggle between the original and filtered image using the Before/After icon (double arrow). Make sure you are viewing the filtered image when done.
Cropping, Rotating and Straightening
- Tap the Crop icon located to the left of the Disk icon.
- Click the Help icon (?) inside the Crop interface for detailed instructions.
- Save your photo by tapping the Disk icon and select Save. The saved image will show up in your Camera Roll or Saved Photos album.
SpecificationsCompatible with iPhone and iPod Touch
Requires iPhone 3.0 or later
Functions that require the camera can only be used on the iPhone