Filterstorm 2 Features

Filterstorm Fushimi Inari Automations Image


Filterstorm contains a powerful set of tools to edit the canvas of your image, or to apply with its advanced masking abilities. By combining the brush, color range selection, and gradient tools, you can quickly and easily create complex masks to use to apply your adjustments. Videos below will show you how to use each of the masking tools to mask the sky in an image and make it bluer.

Features List

  • Universal — One purchase gets you Filterstorm on iPad and iPhone
  • Adjust brush size, softness, and opacity
  • Email images
  • Post images via FTP
  • Save edits as automations to apply to other images
  • Export images up to 3072x2200px
  • Curves
    • Luminance
    • RGB
    • Red
    • Green
    • Blue
    • Cyan
    • Magenta
    • Yellow
  • Brightness
  • Contrast
  • Color balance
  • White Point Picker
  • Saturation
  • Text tool (iPad only)
  • Black and white fine-tuning
  • 10-step Visual History
  • Cropping, with the ability to specify aspect ratio
  • Scaling
  • Rotation and Image Straightening
  • Vignetting
  • Sharpen
  • Tone map (Simulated HDR)
  • Blur
  • Noise Reduction
  • Clone Tool
  • Multi-exposure Tool
  • Border Tool
  • EXIF info (displayed and saved, cannot be edited)
  • IPTC tags available for E-mail and FTP (does not work with saving to photos, requires iOS 4.0 or higher)
    • Caption
    • Headline
    • Title (byline)
    • Keywords
    • Instructions
    • Subject
    • Category
    • Supplemental Category
    • Author
    • Creator
    • Source
    • Provider
    • City
    • State
    • Country
    • Country Code
    • Job Title
    • Job ID
    • Copyright
    • Date/Time
    • Useage
    • Contact Address
    • Contact City
    • Contact Postal Code
    • Contact Country
    • Contact E-mail
    • Contact Website
    • Contact Phone


Recommended by "Rough Guide to the iPad"

"Filterstorm was designed for the iPad from the beginning, and is a study in limitation and excellence." - App Craver

"While Filterstorm certainly won’t replace your image-optimization workflow on your desktop computer, it can prove useful (and fun) enough that you will want to put it to use for quick adjustments to fine-tune an image you want to share via your iPad. " - Digital Photo Pro


Filterstorm's brushes let you use your fingers to draw on adjustments such as contrast, blur, sharpening, or hue changes. By controlling the size, softness, and opacity of the brush, you can get almost any effect you want with this tool alone. For a video with a voiceover description of the tool, please visit the tutorials page
brushing filterstorm

Color Range Selection

Filterstorm's Color Range selection abilities give you the ability to change areas of your photos that may have complex shapes, by simply choosing the color of the area. It is perhaps useful the least often of the masking tools, but when you need it, it's indespensible. For a video with a voiceover description of the tool, please visit the tutorials page
color range filterstorm


Gradients give you a quick way to simulate a graduated ND filter, or to help you selectively focus with blurring. For a video with a voiceover description of the tool, please visit the tutorials page
gradients filterstorm