Wood Camera: Not Just Another Photo Editing App [Video Review]

This isn’t news, I love taking pictures with my iPhone 4S. Photography has become a huge part of the iPhone, and thus we see a TON of photo editing apps in the App Store. So many so, it can be tough to distinguish them all.

But Wood Camera from Bright Mango really sets itself apart, and has moved up to one of the top editing apps on my phone.

What I really like about Wood Camera is the ability to get live previews of the various filters – or lenses as they’re called in the app – before you actually take the picture. This way I don’t have to spend a lot of time in post processing. I can select the edit before I take the picture.

Even better, if after the picture is taken I’m not happy with the way it turned out, I can simply change the filters again within the app. I can even revert it back to the original picture with no filters applied.

There are a lot of other great editing features within the app as you’ll see in my video review. So please have a look at Wood Camera in action.

YouTube video

At only $2, I don’t think you can go wrong with Wood Camera. It’s so simple to use and offers just the right amount of editing options so you don’t feel as though it’s too overwhelming.

Let me know what you think.

As a bonus, I have a free copy of Wood Camera to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment below as to why you’d love to give Wood Camera a try. I’ll pick a winner 24 hours after this post goes live and I’ll post the winner right here.


The winner of the free copy of Wood Camera – chosen at random – is…… K Longpre. Congratulations. I’ll be sending you the App Store code to the email address you provided when you posted the comment. Thanks for everyone that entered.

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