CoreImage.CIPhotoEffectTransfer Class
A filter that produces a vintage look with exagerrated warm colors.

See Also: CIPhotoEffectTransfer Members


[ObjCRuntime.iOS(7, 0)]
[ObjCRuntime.Mac(10, 9, false)]
public class CIPhotoEffectTransfer : CIPhotoEffect


The following example shows this filter in use

C# Example

// Create the CIImage from a file
CIImage flower = CIImage.FromCGImage (UIImage.FromFile ("flower.png").CGImage);

// Create a CIPhotoEffectTransfer filter with the input image
var photo_effect_transfer = new CIPhotoEffectTransfer ()
	Image = flower

// Get the altered image from the filter
var output = photo_effect_transfer.OutputImage;

// To render the results, we need to create a context, and then
// use one of the context rendering APIs, in this case, we render the
// result into a CoreGraphics image, which is merely a useful representation
var context = CIContext.FromOptions (null);

var cgimage = context.CreateCGImage (output, output.Extent);

// The above cgimage can be added to a screen view, for example, this
// would add it to a UIImageView on the screen:
myImageView.Image = UIImage.FromImage (cgimage);

With the following image input:

Produces the following output:

"Flower" © 2012 Milica Sekulic, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license:


Namespace: CoreImage
Assembly: Xamarin.iOS (in Xamarin.iOS.dll)
Assembly Versions: