How to be the best photo editor using iOS and Android apps

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Editing your photos is now as easy as downloading an app!

Editing your photos is now at your finger tips with the help of these easy apps. New technology not only allows you to take photos in high-resolution, but it also allows you to edit photos as soon as you take them. With these new apps, you can now learn how to edit photos without hiring a professional. These apps also allow you to immediately post your edited photos to social media.

Adobe Lightroom:

Adobe Lightroom has two options available to you depending on the level of editing you want to perform. There is a free option, but there is also a $10/month subscription fee. The subscription option gives you access to premium features and also allows you to sync your edited photos across all devices. This app is available for iOS and Android users. This app is a full photo manager complete with RAW photo support, presets, exposure adjustments, watermarking, and more.

Photoshop Express:

It’s free and available for Android and iOS users. This app version of Adobe Photoshop allows you to crop photos, adjust exposures, and other tasks. With this app, you can create presets which will save you time in the future.

Snapseed:

Snapseed is a free photo editing app available to Android and iOS users. This app was designed by Google and features a plentiful amount of editing tools. This app can help any photo come to life! These editing tools include sliders that control a photo’s vignette, blur, temperature, and other attributes. Another feature of this app is the ability to stack photos on top of each other.

VSCO:

Pronounced viz-co, this is a photo editing app designed to make your smartphone photos look like film available for Android  and iOS users. You can purchase packs of presets where each one provides its own beautiful features. One unique feature of VSCO is the online community built up of professional and amateur artists and photographers. This community allows you to share your photography with others.

Afterlight:

This photo editing app is available to both Android and iOS users for $3. This charge is a one-time charge and will give you full access to everything in the app. This app provides basic editing tools while also incorporating built-in filters, frames, and RAW support. With this app you can even create your own filters to provide a unique feature to your photos.

Lens Distortions:

Lens Distortions is an app available for both Android and iOS users. It is free, but there is an optional in-app subscription purchase. This app provides basic editing tools like color filters and more in-depth tools like a light leak or flare.

Written by: Megan Williams

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