FilmLab APK Download

1.5.0

FilmLab APK simplifies the process of viewing and digitizing film negatives. All you need is your film, an Android device, and a light table or other source of backlighting.
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Developer
Develop and Fix Inc.
Updated
April 17, 2021
Size
3.2M
Version
1.5.0
Requirements
5.0 and up

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FilmLab APK simplifies the process of viewing and digitizing film negatives. All you need is your film, an Android device, and a light table or other source of backlighting.

FilmLab APK

Whether you’re an active film photographer looking to share your latest roll of film on social media or a family archivist poring through a box of old negatives, we believe FilmLab can simplify and enhance your workflow.

How does it work?

FilmLab’s camera simplifies the inspection of negatives by providing a live preview of how they will appear as positives. Tap the capture button to save or share an image.

FilmLab employs proprietary image processing to seamlessly merge several images taken with the camera on your iPhone for optimum detail.

Following capture, you have the option of keeping the whole proof sheet or cropping down to a single frame. FilmLab supports color negative, black-and-white negative, and color positive modes. Additionally, it has options for rotating and flipping the image, as well as changing the exposure and color balance of the image.

The negative-to-positive conversion performed by FilmLab is considerably more than a simple inversion. It emulates the chemical processes used in darkrooms and produces accurate colors and tones with the use of proprietary algorithms.

Once you’re satisfied with your proof sheet or image, you can save it to your Gallery and share it on social media or edit it further using any installed photo editing software.

Each film picture is one-of-a-kind and unique. That piece of film was at a certain location at a given time, and it used nothing more than science and chemistry to record the light as a permanent image.

Seeing these photos never fails to inspire awe and put a smile on our faces. We hope FilmLab provides you with a similar experience.

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What's new

  • Addresses a problem where exposure might be significantly off when film is captured surrounded by a black mask.
  • Addresses issues that might result in device crashes on certain devices

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