PopAGraph Uses Filters and Frames to Make Photo Elements Pop

PopAGraph is an app that does basically one thing really well: It sets off elements within a photo to let you draw attention where you want it. You can apply filters, for example, to the background behind your smiling subject . . . and then crop portions of the photo with the use of frames, giving the impression that a photo element extends beyond the bounds of of the scene. It’s cool, easy, and worth a look. Read the full review at MacNewsWorld.

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I've been writing about the tech industry since the birth of the email newsletter, and I still remember the clacking Mac keyboards from high school -- Apple's seed-planting strategy at work. I'm a big fan of elegant gear and great tech, but there's something to be said for turning it all off -- or most of it -- to go outside. Online I like to call out cool stuff on Wicked Cool Bite and blog with my buddies at Man Makes Fire. To catch me, take a "firstnamelastname" guess at the url of this site.