Evernote Creates New Image Filters for Better Food Photography

The food we see in magazines has been painstakingly staged to make the colors of the vegetables pop and the melted cheese look perfectly in focus as it drips down the side of the casserole dish. So why can’t we make the food on our own plates look that delicious with an iPhone?

Evernote has released a collection of image filters and a low-light camera settings that are made just for candlelight dinners and nighttime picnics in the park. Found in the My Meals section of the Evernote Food app, these features are part of the latest update, version 2.3, which is ready for download on iTunes.

 

 

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