Today I want to share with you some of my favorite apps when it comes to editing photos. After all, our phones are always with us 🙂
First up is Snapseed, which is the one I use the most. It has 24 different tools and filters, including: point editing, brush, structure, HDR, perspective, and it opens JPG and RAW files. Supereasy to use, you adjust everything by sliding your finger right or left on the screen. And then your done, just save to your cameraroll and share it with the world.
Lightroom If you love Lightroom, then I think your going to love the Lightroom app. if you’ve got the Creative Cloud you can import, edit and sync RAW photos you’ve taken with your camera.
It has Local Adjustments Selectively that lets you apply exposure, brightness, clarity, and other adjustments to a specific part of a photo.
Experiment freely with edits, and revert to the original at any time, with just one tap. Edit a part in the Lightroom app and then continue in the Photoshop app
Simplify your editing process and get consistent looks into your photos by copying your favorite edits across photos.
When your done you can easily share your photo on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and more. You can buy more features in the app
Photoshop Since Lightroom and Photoshop are Adobe programs you can access images on your mobile device, Creative Cloud, Dropbox, Facebook, and Google Photos.
So besides from amazing editing you can make collage, change border thickness and color. Adjust / fix a single image, and apply any look. Then share it on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and WhatsApp. You can buy more features in the app
VSCO this has to be the most popular app out there. With this one you can shoot and edit your images straight from within the app. Some filters are free, some you have to buy.
You can join the VSCO community and follow other users from around the world, curated work from the community, and exclusive editorial content from VSCO Originals
Manual First of all, this app is not free. It cost about 40sek ($3.99) But for that you can transform your phone into an DSLR – more or less. Meaning you can shoot in full RAW, control shutter, ISO, white balance, focus and exposure compensation. You can also optional delayed shutter for long exposures, and all your photos are automatically save directly to your camera roll
What’s your favorite apps?