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Wishing you could shoot your own sizzling #foodporn social media shares? You know…like a professional photographer. But how?

Introducing Foodie, the dedicated camera app specifically for food photos!

LINE Corporation just released  Foodie, a new camera app available for free on both iPhone and Android devices, dedicated to taking delicious photos of food.

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Foodie is a new specialized camera app that offers a cornucopia of features with a singular goal: to make food pictures look more delicious.

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Its 24 types of food filters are sure to make foods such as Meats, Sushi, Cakes, and other cuisines look delicious. Since the app’s “best angle” feature lets the user know through color when the camera is positioned horizontally above the subject, it’s a snap to take trendy flat lays like you’d see in a gourmet magazine.

What’s more, the app includes features like an auto blurring effect to give images the air of SLR photography, as well as brightness adjustment and flashlight features to increase your shooting options. Foodie also offers the basic features expected of a camera app including sharing to social networks like Instagram and Twitter.

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And…there’s more on the way.  Foodie intends to also develop more food-specific features, such as filters and effects.

Plus...the apps supports multiple languages: Chinese (Simplified/Traditional), English, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Thai.

Foodie Main Features

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1.      Food filters make culinary photos more enticing

With a selection of 24 filters optimized for food photography, users can take exactly the type of food photos they want.

2.      Best angle feature for stylish flat lays

Uses on-screen color to let the user know when the camera is positioned flat, directly above the food on the table, for easy flat lay photography.

3.      Auto blurring feature for pro-style images

Automatically recognizes food as the subject and defocuses the surrounding area that is not food, producing images like those photographed using a single lens reflex (SLR) camera.

4.      Brightness adjust and flashlight features for shooting in dark locations

The user can manually make the image brighter or darker when taking pictures. Plus, the light can be turned on like a flashlight to enable shooting in dark environments.

Note: 40-step (-2.0 to +2.0) brightness adjustment is possible.

5.      Sharing through a variety of services

Processed photos can be shared not only through LINE but also on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

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