Photo Curves - Color Grading

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4.2
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About this app

Photo Curves is a color grading app for photos and videos. Create your own filters instead of searching through hundreds of apps with predefined presets, which you can't change. Each preset in Photo Curves is fully adjustable. You can easily create your custom presets too using flexible color grading tools. With this app you can correct, enhance or replace colors, change Hue, fix white balance or create cinematic Orange and Teal look, create 3DLUT files, resize images, adjust jpeg quality, and more.

The following tools are currently supported:

- Basic controls (brightness, contrast, shadows, highlights, saturation)
- Color wheels (shadows, midtones, highlights)
- RGB curves
- CMYK curves
- Lab curves
- Hue vs Saturation curve
- Hue vs Hue curve
- Hue vs Luma (Lightness) curve
- Luma vs Saturation curve
- Luma vs Hue curve
- Saturation vs Saturation curve
- Masking tool
- Adjustment layers

Export your color grading as 3DLUT (.cube) file or to your preset library to use it later or share with others. You can use build-in presets (filters) as is or as a starting point for your next color grading experiment. Remember - every preset is fully editable!

Preset library:

- Create your own presets or edit existing
- Export your presets to a file to share or import presets created by others
- Export presets as 3DLUT (.cube) files
- Library includes standard pre-defined presets too, including popular Orange Teal and other artistic filters

Color grading hints:

Basic Controls - brightness, contrast, shadows, highlights, saturation.

Color Wheels - mix a color into shadows, midtones, or highlights of an image.

Layer Masks - create adjustment layers and draw masks to apply color grading manipulations to a selected area of an image.

RGB curves - control red, green, and blue channels independently.

CMYK curves - control cyan, magenta, yellow, and key channels of CMYK color space.

LAB curves - manipulate brightness (L), and A, B color channels of LAB color space - unlike RGB, LAB color channels don't affect brightness component, enabling more creative color manipulations.

Hue vs Saturation curve - increase or decrease saturation of a color or a HUE range.

Hue vs Hue curve - change colors by selective HUE shift.

Hue vs Luma curve - adjust brightness of a color or a HUE range.

Luma vs Saturation curve - adjust saturation of shades, midtones, and highlights.

Luma vs Hue curve - shift HUE of shades, midtones, or highlights.

Saturation vs Saturation curve - boost unsaturated and decrease over-saturated colors to create evenly saturated HDR like images.
Updated on
Feb 28, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.3
3.04K reviews
Jake McCoy
June 20, 2022
Handy for graphic professionals. Precision tweaks with powerful sliders. Doesn't integrate with the Android system very well. Requires you to use their photo browser for some reason, which is clumsy and slows work flow. In fact, this is why I've decided not to buy the premium version and will stick to Lightroom instead. Fix the photo browser and I'll buy the premium version.
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Curved Nebula
July 16, 2022
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