Using Lightbox

When you take (or import) a photo through Lightbox, it’ll first allow you to apply a filter to spice up your shot. There are presently 17 filters available, of various types, which can tweak the color balance, age the shot with color washes and cross processing and even give it that HDR look. I’m partial to the InstafixAnselGeorgia and Sahara filters – all of which add some character to pictures without going overboard. You can also crop, flip and rotate your images at this point.

Lightbox does a great job of sharing your photos with its own community as well as your preferred social networks. After you’re done editing your shot, you can give it a title, geotag it, set privacy options and choose which connected social networks you want to share it to. This screen is really well designed, from the logical layout to the icons, as you can see below.

When you take (or import) a photo through Lightbox, it’ll first allow you to apply a filter to spice up your shot. There are presently 17 filters available, of various types, which can tweak the color balance, age the shot with color washes and cross processing and even give it that HDR look. I’m partial to the InstafixAnselGeorgia and Sahara filters – all of which add some character to pictures without going overboard. You can also crop, flip and rotate your images at this point.

Lightbox does a great job of sharing your photos with its own community as well as your preferred social networks. After you’re done editing your shot, you can give it a title, geotag it, set privacy options and choose which connected social networks you want to share it to. This screen is really well designed, from the logical layout to the icons, as you can see below.

When you take (or import) a photo through Lightbox, it’ll first allow you to apply a filter to spice up your shot. There are presently 17 filters available, of various types, which can tweak the color balance, age the shot with color washes and cross processing and even give it that HDR look. I’m partial to the InstafixAnselGeorgia and Sahara filters – all of which add some character to pictures without going overboard. You can also crop, flip and rotate your images at this point.

Lightbox does a great job of sharing your photos with its own community as well as your preferred social networks. After you’re done editing your shot, you can give it a title, geotag it, set privacy options and choose which connected social networks you want to share it to. This screen is really well designed, from the logical layout to the icons, as you can see below.

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