CameraBag 2

CameraBag 2

This app helps you change the appearance of your digital photos.
4.5  (2 votes)
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CameraBag 2 is an easy-to-use image editor that enables you to apply various visual effects to your favorite digital pictures. The program lets you choose from a wide variety of presets, allows you to combine editing profiles, and preserves the quality of the input images.

After you import the photo you wish to alter you will see two panels on the right side of the program called Adjustments and Presets. The first one provides you with a list of visual effects, each with its own set of configurations. The latter panel gives you access to several output profiles.

Each time you select a new preset or visual effect the program alters the imported photo. All added profiles or effects are listed on the bottom side of the app and can always be removed if necessary. Also, you can save your favorite output profiles in case you plan on using them later, on a different image or collection of photos.

In addition, the app supports batch processing. This means that you can apply an output profile on an entire collection of pictures and get the quality results you need within moments.

The one aspect that bothers me about this image editor is that it supports a limited amount of output formats. Even though it lets you import various types of images, the application allows you to choose from only three output formats: JPEG, PNG, and TIFF.

In my opinion, you can find better solutions for applying visual effects to your pictures. There are many image editors that provide you with extra features, support more formats, and are free or cheaper than this utility. But if you're looking for a very simple way to apply visual effects to your images, you should try this tool.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Simple to handle
  • Supports various input formats
  • Supports batch processing
  • Allows you to combine various output profiles
  • Fast processing speed

Cons

  • Supports only 3 output formats (JPEG, PNG, and TIFF)
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