Photography has become everyone?s hobby with the release of Smartphones and devices with good cameras. So many apps dedicated to taking pictures and photo editing have been released to accompany the growing need of people to capture, err, selfies and food.
Here is a list of the best apps that will certainly make your pictures look better.
This app another gives you a lot of shooting control and photo editing options. It is very easy to use. It also allows you to control focus and exposure while you’re shooting.
When your pictures are saved, you can delete them or open them up for toning and color correction. There are a number of scene settings available like Sunset, Night, Food and Clarity. There are also a number of color effects and filters. If all the filters available are not enough for your editing needs, feel free to purchase more online.
- VSCO Cam
One word best describes VSCO Cam: retro.
VSCO Cam has filters and effects that will give your photos a classic, vintage film look. But you still have control of the photo overall because unlike other apps that offer one filter per photo only, this app lets you fine tune a photo?s exposure, contrast, saturation, white balance, hue, vignette and film grain.
This app is easy to use and has tons of advanced filters not offered in other apps. Plus, you can create a page and share your photos on VSCO Grid for the world to see. One good thing about VSCO Grid is that you can copyright your photos. VSCO Cam is one of the best photography apps in the market today.
- Photo Editor by Aviary
It does everything you’d expect a photo editor to do: apply filters, touch up blemishes and whiten teeth. But here?s the fun part: you can add some goofy meme text and stickers. It?s more about personalizing the photos. It works great with kids who like playing around with pictures, colors and drawings. You don’t exactly have precise control over photos here like what VSCO Cam or Camera+ do, but it is convenient for editing on-the-go.
For the selfie-crazy people, Facetune?is perfect for you. It gets rid of zits, smooths out wrinkles, whitens teeth and does just about any other touch-ups you could possibly need for your portraits. The interface is easy to use, too, so even if you’re not interested in the advanced features mentioned earlier (although I do recommend you to try them), Facetune is worth downloading.
Snapseed helps make flat photos more interesting with tones and textures.
Like other photo editing apps, it allows you to control basic things like brightness, contrast, saturation and white balance. But it also gives you features that are not present in other apps like fine-tuned exposure and color control, selective area control, frames, textures, filters, colors and more.
Snapseed is the best app to use for basic, quick and dirty editing and toning.