Don’t you hate when you took a photo that doesn’t look right, even if you remake it a dozen times? You may not like its brightness, contrast, orientation, or you may want to add something that makes the photo look catchy. The photo editing app comes to your rescue. They contain many features that are comparable to lightweight desktop editors. Most social media applications already include editors in their interfaces. However, if you want more vivid customizations, you can use these photo editor applications that we compiled in this article.
Vsco is one of my all-time favorites, it offers me almost every tool I need when editing photos on my phone I just wish it would allow me to add text. VSCO includes plenty of filters and tools, but some of the best are film-inspired filters. What I really love about VSCO is the ability to batch edit photos, meaning shots taken at the same location and under the same lighting conditions can all be edited in a single procedure rather than editing each one individually.
Adobe Lightroom can be fully unlocked by paying for a subscription but this isn’t necessary for most users as the best features are available for FREE. From the Lightroom app, you first must add images to the app gallery from your device. There are plenty of options to choose from but our top suggestion is to simply hit “Auto” this will enhance the light, shadow, and exposure of any photo and can really make them pop.
Ok, what kind of list would this be if we didn’t induce a selfie specific application? BeautyPlus is the ultimate selfie app and has features that we’ve not seen before. Along with the standard skin tone sliders and natural retouching options, BeautlyPlus also has options to add volume to your hair, remove blemishes, and even give yourself an instant suntan.
These days there are smartphones designed with a dedicated monochrome sensor for black and white photos, but even if your phone isn’t one of these you can still shoot amazing black and white images. We suggest camera app Hypocam for really artistic shots, it’s a monochrome specific camera application that does simply this. It also has it’s own newsfeed so that you can discover other users shots taken with the app and best of all it’s FREE and has amazing user reviews.
Adobe Spark Post
How do those social media influencers create stunning images with magazines like graphics and design? Here’s the trick. Most of them are using Adobe Spark Post, a simple yet powerful application that will allow you to create a professional-looking graphic design on the fly. The app gives you a bunch of pre-designed templates to choose from where you can add and resize your own images, add text, switch fonts and choose a color or theme. Again, it’s another FREE app but some of the features need a subscription to unlock.
What photo editing apps do you used now, leave your answer on the comments?