|Small mouth buffalo with the lighting improved significantly compared to the original cell phone picture.|
|The filters allowed me to remove most of the green from my John Deere sweatshirt and highlight the fish to a greater degree.|
|My current personal best common carp at 29 pounds and a few ounces|
|I will always love it when I catch multiples|
I have continued to use the application the past few days on various photos with mixed results. I have noticed that photos which look great in the smaller format provided on a mobile device (e.g. cell phone and tablet) tend to distort when viewed on my laptop.
I will keep using the Photo Filter app to "clean up" photos I post on Facebook, but I think editing those photos posted to the carp fishing blog need to be edited in a larger format on the laptop.
Another point worth noting about the free app is that from time to time when you open your cell phone to use it, Photo Filters sometimes displays unprompted advertisements that require me to "exit" them in order to use my phone. I don't really mind it at this point, because the "pro's" do seem to outweigh the "con's". I will, however; continue to be on the look out for a photo filtering app that works even better.