Enlight Photofox

Enlight Photofox

By Lightricks Ltd.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2017-07-06
  • Current Version: 1.2.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 144.05 MB
  • Developer: Lightricks Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,737 Ratings

Description

You’ll never believe what you can create on iPhone with Enlight Photofox. Whether you’re an aspiring or experienced artist, you'll be blown away by all the creative possibilities packed into this one sophisticated photo editing app: from layers and blending modes, to special effects, brushes, fonts, tonal adjustments, film, black and white and duo presets. With Photofox photo editor, you’ll turn the ideas in your head into brilliant art from your phone, without the price tag of complicated desktop software. Unleash your creativity and start transforming photos into artistic masterpieces. Creative Combinations • Superior photo mixing. Superimpose images, create double exposures and surreal iPhone art • Sophisticated Layers! Makes it simple to combine photos and re-edit each layer at any time • Cut & Paste. Quickly select and place parts of one photo onto another • Adjust blending modes, transparency, and transform (perspective change) images Artistic Masterpieces • Draw, type, or doodle on your image • Utilize tools to create graphic designs, street art, abstract and contemporary masterpieces • Create professional-looking social media posts, flyers or posters for your business • New packs designed just for you, added all the time: light leaks, filters, elements, styles, backdrops, fonts, effects, brushes, stickers Image Correction & More • Masking built-in to nearly every tool, with smart new quick select brushes to save time • Control & adjust it all: tonality, color, grain, vignette, fade, structure, intensity and much more • Colorize images and apply beautiful gradients with duo filters • Quick blemish/object remover to get rid of defects Pro Editing • RAW support • 16 bit image depth support for high quality tonal adjustments • You can set the size of your canvas • Not done editing? Photo sessions are auto-saved, simply continue later UNLIMITED ACCESS SUBSCRIPTION - You can subscribe for unlimited access to all features and content offered for purchase within Enlight Photofox. - Subscriptions are billed monthly or annually at the rate selected depending on the subscription plan. Alternatively a one time payment plan is available (this is not a subscription). - Subscriptions auto-renew at the cost of the chosen package, unless cancelled 24-hours in advance prior to the end of the current period. The subscription fee is charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Per Apple policy, no cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. - Terms of use: http://enlight-editor.enlightapp.com/photofox-terms.pdf - Privacy policy: https://enlight-editor.enlightapp.com/photofox-privacy.pdf

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Reviews

  • Fantastic PRO app

    5
    By 247max
    This is the best RAW processor I’ve come across on iOS. Snapseed seriously degrades the sharpness of photos. Affinity handles shadows and colors terribly. This app simply produces the highest quality images possible. I do have a few feature requests: - Lens correction/distortion - Dehaze Keep up the awesome work!
  • The best I’ve found.

    5
    By naeS1Sean
    This app is exceptional. In every way. It’s constantly updated which I love. So well made and intuitive. I love all of the tutorials. One of my all-time favorite apps.
  • One of a collection of coordinated imaging apps.

    3
    By MacDelta
    As a Photoshop user/trainer who has installed Photoshop extensions that surpassed the cost of the program (in the halcyon pre-subscription days), I recall when Adobe had the courage and programming know-how to create a useable and powerful Photoshop “Lite” app – recognizable to any Photoshop user, and far easier to use than the gaggle of iOS apps one is required to learn to achieve nearly the same quality. Designed to take up the screen real estate of the iPad, Adobe’s over-achieving app was a few short practice sessions from being a professional grade tool. It was almost the equivalent of Photoshop 2.0! Adobe Professionals, such as myself, are well aware that the majority of Photoshop users are adept at maybe 15 to 20 percent of the application: the same 15 to 20 percent (and then some) available in their iOS version! For Adobe, Inc., that truth represented itself by major profit losses in their industry standard imaging tool. True imaging professionals always have and know how to use the most recent Photoshop version, and often a bevy of extensions, to tackle any project. As a designer, to show up with anything less would be akin to a lawn maintenance employee who planned to use scissors to mow a 2-acre parcel of lush green grass! Enlight’s Photofox is good. It has quite a few quirks that keep it in the hobbyist’s realm, but, if used in a specific order with other iOS imaging apps, it can be part of what can be considered to be a much larger, customized, iOS app with all the various pieces manufactured by multiple developers, who might add new features and new costs — or falter, and disappear, because the developer graduated college and found a more rewarding career. Granted, if all is still available, kept updated, upgraded, and paid for; a hobbyist can manage to create an impressive image geared for the social media market. Enlight’s Photofox does quite a few things really well, while neglecting what some would consider basic features. I use it with between three to five other imaging apps, and can achieve above average results for social media images. For truly professional jobs, I use the industry-standard desktop programs, like Photoshop, Illustrator and other tools of the paid designer’s trade. Photofox is by no means a bad app, it simply has a number of useless filters, a handful of powerful tools, and costs $36 to $48/year (based on payment frequency). That’s Enlight Photofox’s biggest downfall. It’s simply not worth the money. I see its primary use as one of a hundred “best editors” for social media design. It’s best used with other imaging tools to create the image you’re looking for. I have grown weary of the word “professional,” being bandied about as if just by using it as an adjective, it can create a truly industry-standard product. It can’t. Professional is just a word unless it is be properly applied. Ever bought professional air? I’m sure you can! Much of the description is like the app. A lot of hype for one of many good social media image editors.
  • Yeah, not so great😡

    2
    By 😘 kisses 🍫
    It was legit at first but then it got annoying. I could only have two screens at a time that was doing everything that I wanted to use what’s on the go-pro!!!! I don’t recommend this.
  • 3 mo trial... with limits?

    2
    By otterman
    The more I use this app, the more I wish I’d never paid the $40 it cost at the time (despite what they said, the 3-month trial didn’t work for me - the premium features were still locked). The latest frustration is the Reshape function. They have icons depicting wireframes or guides, and you would think that there would be some kind of guide or frame or level to keep the reshaping straight. Nope!! Once again, you’re on your own if you want anything straight in this app. But thanks anyway to the developers for instilling in me that I will NEVER pay anywhere near $40 for an iOS app ever again. A subscription, perhaps? Fugetaboutit!! I don’t rent software. ___ In response to the developer’s comment about the stock photos tab (“It will only open on the Search tab the first time you open it...”), allow me to finish the sentence accurately: “... during that session.” Open the app the next day and the default is still the Search tab. You guys are like Nuance - 90% awesome, 10% WT_?? And STILL no straighten tool.... Layer transform does not cut it - iOS doesn’t have the precision to rotate with fingers only, and there are no guides to indicate whether an image is straight. The original Enlight has a wonderful straighten tool, but to leave a $40 app to use a BASIC tool in another app is ridiculous. Not to mention image degradation each time it’s recompressed (maybe not so much with TIFs). With all the advanced features you guys have built into the app, how does a core image utility get left out?! It irritates me every time I need to straighten a photo. Part 2: Why would you make Search the new default when selecting photos? Don't most people want to work on the photos they themselves take? How about making it an option in settings. I personally would rarely, if ever, use that and it's getting irritating to have to switch back to my photos each time. Original Review: You advertise 3 mo free Pro trial for Enlight 1 users, yet why are some features still crippled? B&W > Cinema, for example. Other Pro features that I've used so far work fine. If you're wanting us to lay down the substantial price increase from v1, we should be able to try all of it. I don't want to use 90% of it, spend the money, then find out the other 10% is useless.
  • Interesting

    5
    By GA.A Martin
    I just completed my first project using this app. The application is easy and fun to us. Anyone who is creative and have enjoys using their phone to take photos will like using the tools offered here to create larger or new works.
  • Nice. But how do I rearrange the layers

    5
    By Xterestrial
    I want to move an image from the background to the foreground. By moving my layers. Can’t figure it out. Edit: figured it out. So far I love it.
  • All Over The Place

    2
    By A real user 2
    Their $2.99 app has straighten ability, but their $70 app (that’s 50% off) does not? This makes no sense! They made a more expensive app, but stripped the functionality. They also have a selfie app (also $70) with more pro features than this app, but no raw support. I don’t understand what they’re trying to do. 3 apps to get the needed functionality. Way to go Adobe Lite.
  • Get the original Enlight app instead

    1
    By Pegleg Pete
    Enlight Photofox is supposed to be the next version of a very good photo editing app that is called simply, “Enlight.” There is a lot of overlap in the features of both apps. Both apps also have features that are not present at all in the other. The major point of differentiation between the two apps is price. Enlight costs $2.99. Enlight Photofox costs $69.99 (it is always on sale at a 50% discount, retail value $139.99). I think when you examine the features offered by the two apps, you’ll see that the original Enlight is unquestionably the better value. Image adjustments like brightness and contrast are table stakes for any photo app. The basic adjustments are present in both apps but Photofox expects you pay a premium for some settings that were included in the original app. Offset, Clarity, Fine Sharpening, Value range specific tuning (Blacks, Shadows, Highlights), Color Temperature, Tint, Vibrance, White Balance Picker, Split Toning, AND Curves are locked away in the “Pro” version of Photofox for $69.99 and were included in the original for $2.99. Both apps allow you to target some adjustments for specific colors in specific areas of the image but again, Target is locked up under “Pro” features in Photofox. Canvas settings in the original Enlight feature the usual cropping, rotating, flipping and straightening controls. It also has controls for perspective corrections. These operations can be performed in Photofox but aren’t as well implemented. In Photofox, you can use multi-touch to rotate a layer. You can also use Transform to fix tilt. Neither have the grid overlay or the fine-tuned sliding controls that you get in the original app. Other features of the original Enlight that are not available at all in Photofox include Refit, Tilt/Shift and Natural Media Rendering Tools. Other features that are included with the original Enlight that are locked away inside of the “Pro” version Photofox include Reshape and Heal. The big feature of Photofox is its expanded support for layers. This is not an entirely new innovation created for Photofox. The original Enlight has a feature called “Mixer” that allows you to layer one image on top of another. They are both essentially identical, offering the same blending modes. You will need to flatten two layers before you can add another in the original. Photofox will allow you keep all of your layers separate so that you can continue to manipulate them independently as long you upgrade to “Pro.” The free version of Photofox only allows two layers in addition to the background layer. One completely new feature of Photofox is access to the pixabay image library. The major innovation here is simply that Photofox has made it easier to access images that you could search and download with any web browser. The major limitation is that you have access to pixabay images only. If you want to use another source for stock photography you’ll still have to go get those images outside of Photofox. There are other features in both versions of the app and you don’t need me to address all of them. I can summarize that most of them are photo filter effects and stickers. Photofox also includes a very limited subset of the facial retouching tools from the other Lightricks app, FaceTune. There are an abundance of apps that will filter, sticker and meme your photos for a couple of bucks or free. Each new Photofox update seems to come with new stickers and filters that in no way will ever justify the cost of the “Pro” version. I’m a fan of Enlight. I’m also an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber, so I have access to all of Adobe’s industry-leading apps as well. I use the original Enlight as much as I use Photoshop Express on my phone. The original Enlight has a simple interface, a complete set of adjustment controls and some quirky paint effects that I enjoy. I cannot recommend it highly enough. When Lightricks first released Photofox they tried to tell us that the features of the original Enlight were included for free in the new version. This was completely false. Then, they claimed that the cost of the original app was unsustainable for their business. They jacked up the cost an unprecedented 1600%. When Apple featured Photofox in the App Store, Lightricks increased the price even more to take advantage of the exposure and without adding significant new features. To their credit, the original Enlight continues to get occasional updates. Go get that one.
  • Imagine...

    5
    By toffel781
    It is just free photoshop like it involves what i would i would use for photo shop

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