Editing photos on your iPhone or iPad are all the rage these days as anyone who has ever bothered to take a look at Instagram can see. Smartphones have come to the point where they surpass even the point-and-shoot cameras in terms of photograph quality and clarity.
Many users take this to the next level. In capturing excellent photos of their best memories, they add a little spice to it and create art through the use of various photo-editing apps. The apps for photo editing that are available in Apple’s iTunes Store are so sophisticated that professional photographers also laud them. In fact, if photographers want to get on top of the action on sharing great photos online immediately, they could use an accessory that allows them access into their camera’s memory card via their iPad and subsequently edit it rapidly with their iPad’s apps. Great photos become even better after a little post-processing.
Best Apps for Post-Processing
Adobe Photoshop Touch: naturally, the world’s favorite photo editing software tops the list, even on mobile. Where Adobe Photoshop Express did great, Photoshop Touch takes it to another level. The software supports up to 12 megapixels of size and has identical features for both smartphone and tablet versions. This includes being able to use layers, adjustments, and filter tools for tweaking the photograph. The standard layer effects like shadows, fades, and strokes are also available, along with an arsenal of brush tools.
Snapseed: If you like using filters Instagram style, you’ll definitely like using Snapseed. Yes, it is indeed a highly sophisticated tool that allows you to adjust the brightness, contrast, ambiance, white balance of your photographs. It can even adjust the sharpness and clarity, and even the tilt focus of the photograph. But it also comes with a huge arsenal of filters and filter styles, along with multitudes of borders and even vignette options.
Photogene: This is the app to grab if you’re a professional photographer looking to make quick edits to refine an already brilliant photograph. It contains a variety of options that allow users to re-tone, resize, and adjust their photographs similar to how Photoshop Touch does it. It has its own pros and cons: it may not have the layering option or allow selections within an image, but it does have a massive selection of preset editing options, which allow you to make the necessary edits manually or automatically Instagram style.
Smartphones are actually are being touted as the reason why the point and shoot market is failing in the first place. After all, after you take a shot with your phone, you can immediately share it to the world via your RingCentral business phone. And it won’t be the blurry kind of shot either smartphone photos have become so sophisticated that Sony’s brand new Xperia Z is even capable of shooting a movie in DSLR clarity if it had to.
Breathe new life into photographs through these apps and turn memories to art.