Leonardo - Layers, Selection and Masking
By Pankaj Goswami
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Universal Photo Editor with support for Layers, Selection, Masks and of course filters, effects and other tools.
(Note that on iPhone 4 the max supported resolution is 2048x2048)
An editor so powerful that you could do almost anything that you thought was possible only on a desktop.
√ True layer support, just like photo editing on desktop.
√ Selection. You can select an area and work with filters and effects only on that area.
√ Layers can be masked. And not just with brush, you get a whole set of mask editing tool.
√ Layers support all that a true layer app should. Blending, Opacity, Transform, Duplicate, Merge and flatten.
√ The app is so fast that most of the operations are real time. You don't have to wait while adjusting the sliders.
√ Handles Exif, IPTC, Geotag etc. You can even edit Geotag and IPTC.
√ Exports PSD with layers. And of course exports JPEG and PNG too.
√ Copy/Paste with selections and masks.
√ Powerful filters you will hardly find on many other apps.
√ 25 preset photo effects.
√ Tools like Crop, Straighten, Clone stamp, color gradient, paint brush, red eye brush and add text etc.
√ You can save your projects with all layers and selections preserved and work on them back and forth.
√ 18 video tutorials.
√ Resolution up to 4096x4096 on iPad3 and above, 3264 for iPad2, iPad Mini and on iPhone max resolution is equal to the resolution of the built-in camera (Except for iPhone 4 where it is 2048x2048)
And yes, it runs on both iPhone and iPad.
Note that reduce noise filter is available only on iPhone 5 and iPad3 and above.
To get maximum resolution you will need to...
1. Go to home screen.
2. Press on the "?" button.
3. Under resolution, select the max.
What's New in Version 2.1
Optimized for iOS 10 and other bug fixes.
If you like using Leonardo, please review or rate us in the App Store. We will really appreciate that!
Should be Included with every iPad!
I'm giving a new review since Leonardo is now os10 savvy and I recently got a iPad mini 4. I mention the two items together because the mini 4 has replaced much older iPads I had and it has a far better camera than the older iPads... but though the camera is quite good, it's still far from perfect. This is where Leonardo comes in. It is the perfect complimentary app to quickly and drastically improve the iPad's photos. It works so perfectly/easily tweaking the iPad images that it could be considered the defacto photo app for this device. The quick results are so impressive that I am getting far better looking images than phones which include superior cameras. If it only had a batch setting, this would be beyond ideal!
Original write up...
'Near Perfect Image App'
Though it lacks a few features which I have to revert to another app to utilize, Leonardo has such a huge assortment of professional image editing options, it has become the final defacto app for completing image edits. Puts Adobe's iPad arsenal to shame.
Does Almost Everything
This is an outstanding retouching tool that does virtually everything Photoshop does in a far less cumbersome way. Two wishes and one heads up: I wish you could control saturation levels by color in an absolute manner – for example, allowing us to pull back some of the yellows without increasing the blues. Second, there does not appear to be a healing tool. Finally a heads up: go into your settings before you do anything and change your resolution to Very High, or you will do all your work on a picture only to find that it is been saved in a low res. form. Terrific app; highly recommend.
The dropped shadow is ok on Leonardo, but I'd like to have the option of moving it and placing it anywhere I want without limitation. On your other app, Superimpose, you placed the shadow tab at the output. It should have been placed with the other tools in the edit panels. Also, the 'shadow' function does not allow me to zoom in on the image to get an up-close view of the shadow for better tuning. Overall, Superimpose is better on 'shadow' functionality in that it can be placed anywhere. On Leonardo, the manual 'masking' brush tends to be a lot slower than that if Superimpose. Please fix!!!
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Oct 18, 2016
- Version: 2.1
- Size: 33.2 MB
- Languages: English, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: Pankaj Goswami
- © Pankaj Goswami
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.