Instagram Creator Launches New Photo App
The photographer Cole Rise, who is responsible for a number of Instagram’s most popular filters, has launched a new, standalone photo editing app called Litely.
Instagram? I’ve heard of that…
Cole created the Hudson, Sierra, Sutro and Rise (get it?) filters, and this month launched a new editing app with subtle effects and light-touch filters.
Is it any good?
The functionality is clear and intuitive, designed with space to breathe, clear angles and thin lines.
The results can be beautiful:
So is it better than Instagram?
Litely was created using a very different approach to Instagram and, as users, you will have a different experience with the App. It’s focused on creating stunning images as opposed to sharing them.
Litely won’t be considered a replacement to the Facebook-owned Instagram, and nor will it want to be. Instead, Litely wants to enhance your use of the, sometimes limited, Instagram.
Next time you want to post a photo, consider using Litely to edit before uploading to Instagram and you may find your photos standing out from the (very crowded) crowd.
How much is Litely?
The app is free to download. Litely users receive a starter pack of nine presets upon download, and additional packs are £1.99 each. Litely generates revenue by the in-app sales as well as those on its website.
What’s the best thing about Litely?
There’re iPad and desktop versions. Take note, Instagram!
Great! Where can I download Litely?
The app is available here on iTunes.
For beautiful shots, follow creator Cole Rise on Instagram here.
For Framing Litely shots, we recommend a white base with a light coloured ring as the filters in the app are soft and subtle. Click here to Get Framing.
“The best photos don’t look edited; it’s all about the story and the moment.” Cole Rise