Snap, Edit, Share – 5 Great Photo Editors for IOS
What’s more part and parcel to a road trip (or any vacation) than vacation pictures? Those pictures are increasingly taken with mobile phones instead of the old-standby point-and-shoot cameras. It makes sense, the camera on the iPhone 5s rivals many simple cameras in quality and features. Now a dedicated camera is one less piece of gadgetry you need to haul with you. To make those photos the best they can be, take a look at the apps available for photo editing.
Similarly, social media like Facebook and Instagram has replaced the old slide projector and bored guests. Using a smartphone means you can post your photos online right after they happen. And with a decent mobile photo editor, you can have really nice images to post without ever having to touch a computer. Here’s a roundup of 5 IOS apps to make your photos look great.
1. Snapseed Mobile
Snapseed has been around for a couple years now and has earned several accolades. It’s no wonder why, the app is loaded with plenty of features. The best part is there are easy filter presets, where you can make your images look great with literally a single tap.
2. iPhoto for IOS
When Apple introduced iPhoto for iOS it brought some nifty photo editing and touch up tools along for the ride. Being a native Apple app, iCloud integration is going to be spot on. If you’re a Mac user and leverage iCloud to keep your stuff, iPhoto will ensure everything is easily available across all your computers and devices.
3. VSCO Cam
VSCO Cam is an interesting app. It lets you control the camera while in use by changing settings. Of course, it’s also got editing features. But this one also has its own social network where your images can instantly appear.
Camera+ is more of a camera app replacement than an editor. Its primary strength is giving you the tools to take great pictures while you’re shooting them. You can adjust focus and exposure separately and use an excellent digital zoom among other things. Of course you’ll find filters and things for after-the-fact editing as well.
5. Adobe Photoshop Touch for Phone
Are you a fan of overkill? Then, why not just get Photoshop on your iPhone and be done with it. You’ll of course get all the tools you need to make your photos look outstanding, but you’ll also get tons of tools that can do every thing else under the sun as far as imagery and graphics are concerned.
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