All of the apps below are well-regarded in the mobile photography community, and for good reason.
It should also be noted that many of the best apps are even free to download from the App Store! While the native camera in all iPhone models is fantastic, many photographers like to use a camera replacement app such as Pro Camera 8 to gain a bit more control over their images. ProCamera 8 offers all of the features of the native camera app plus a wide range of additional tools that offer users even more control. Such features include (but are not limited to) fully-manual exposure control, adjustable shooting grids, an innovative HDR mode and image stabilization. ProCamera 8 even offers a substantial set of editing tools for processing your images afterwards. TIFF, while certainly better than any JPEG option, comes at a cost of much larger file sizes, which affect storage space and may be more than most users need anyway.
The Hipstamatic app is almost as popular as the iPhone itself, and for good reason – it offers photographers a simple, yet powerful way to create stunning images in a wide variety of styles. Hipstamatic is essentially a camera app designed to mimic the effect of different types of vintage and modern films, lenses and flash. While Hipstamatic used to apply the effects at the time of taking the photo, with no option to change your mind later, the new version of the Hipstamatic app allows you to change your chosen combos after you’ve taken the shot. Hipstamatic comes with a basic collection of film, lens and flash options, and costs $2.99 on the App Store.
Oggl offers the ability to change the film and lens settings for a photo after you’ve taken it. Unlike Hipstamatic, Oggl has its own online photo sharing community where you can share your images and interact with other Oggl users.
Oggl is free to download from the App Store, and then there are additional in-app purchases to expand on the basic collection of films and lenses. The camera section of the app is great for easily separating the focus and exposure points, and gives you full manual control of exposure settings.
Another great feature of Camera+ is the extensive and varied set of filters that it offers for editing. While very easy to use, this is an app that you can spend a long time with and still not use every option. The app offers a wide range of standard editing tools for adjusting color and exposure, along with some special effect filters including grunge and vintage effects.
It also includes a unique Selective Adjustment tool, which allows you to change the brightness, contrast and color saturation of only select portions of an image.
While there are dozens of apps available that offer many of the same tools as SnapSeed, what really sets it apart from the crowd is how easy it is to use. The user interface is highly intuitive, and most adjustments can be done by simply sliding your finger up and down to select an option, and then sliding left and right to adjust the level. VSCO stands for the Visual Supply COmpany, and they built their reputation in the photo world by creating unique film emulation presets that can be used with the desktop software Adobe Lightroom. Unlike other apps where the filters can be a little harsh, VSCO’s filters are generally designed to emulate classic and modern analog films. The strength of every filter can be adjusted to suit your taste, and the app also features a number of highly-effective editing tools for adjusting exposure, color and more. I’m particularly fond of the sharpening tool in VSCO as it does a good job of sharpening an image without adding too much noise (grain), which can often happen in other apps.
Filterstorm Neue offers many of the features and editing control of more powerful desktop applications like Lightroom and Photoshop, but in a mobile-friendly format.
In addition to all of the usual suspects when it comes to iPhone photo editing, Filterstorm Neue includes a powerful Curves control for fine tuning brightness and contrast. One feature that really sets Filterstorm Neue apart from the rest is that for many of its adjustment features it allows you to selectively apply those effects through a number of tools, including a powerful masking brush as well as radial and linear gradient filters. Many apps now offer the ability to remove unwanted elements from a photo, but TouchRetouch is still one of the easiest and most effective apps for this purpose. You simply use your finger to highlight the objects (or parts of objects) that you want to remove (shown in red below). Removing more complicated elements may take a few tries to get it perfect, but TouchRetouch makes it easy to start over if you aren’t happy with the results the first time. For a step-by-step guide on how to use this app, check out our tutorial on How To Remove Unwanted Objects In Your iPhone Photos. AfterFocus is another specialty app (like TouchRetouch) in that it really only does one key thing, but it does it very well. Shallow depth of field is when only your main subject is in focus and the background is blurred. Mextures is a fantastic and easy-to-use app for applying textures, light leaks and more to your photos.
When adding a texture, you can control the opacity as well as the rotation of the effect, thereby offering you an almost unlimited number of editing options. In addition, while editing a photo and adding layered effects, you can also remove any particular layers before saving.
Instagram is likely the #1 app that has helped to raise the popularity of mobile photography.
If you choose to join the Instagram community, you can start to explore the vast world of contemporary mobile (and other) photographers. And by following a few basic guidelines you’ll start to get your iPhone photos noticed by other Instagramers, and gradually gain more followers. EyeEm is another app based around an online photo-sharing community, and while not yet as large as the Instagram community, it’s growing rapidly and works a bit differently. This is also the community where you can share your photos with us here at iPhone Photography School and participate in our weekly photo contest. Just like Instagram, EyeEm also features a set of basic editing tools and filters that you can apply to photos taken with the app itself, or imported from your camera roll. This allows you to see how other photographers used the EyeEm app to edit their images (when applicable).
I enjoy the links to users on Instagram to look up, however, enjoying eye em more, anyone have good iphone photographers you would recomend on eye em?
For images where there’s plenty of natural light I tend to use Pureshot for my camera app.

For a HDR style shot I use VividHDR as it’s head and shoulders above the other contenders out there. My first port of call to most images is SKRWT to straighten out any architecture in the shot.
For 100% natural post-processing I use Perfectly Clear to improve an image without over-processing it. If there’s still too much noise in a shot or if it needs sharpening I go straight to PS Express. Thanks for taking the time to leave your comment, I found it super interesting and gave me some apps I had never even heard of! I mostly use Snapseed for editing purposes but I have used Filterstorm, 100 Cameras in 1, PhotoToaster, and ReTouch – a little bit if necessary. The best iPhone camera app we have come across in the recent months as the feature it provides is enough for anyone who uses iPhone for normal photography. Even though Apple iPhone camera app which comes as default is adequate to handle your everyday photography needs, but you may find the boundaries on the editing part limited enough to purchase a good camera app.
Once installed, Fotor will help you make your mobile photography hobby a bit professional by offering you with capabilities only available on high-priced pc software. Fotor is a comprehensive photography app allowing you to take photos using phone’s camera and editing them from the camera roll.
There are many more apps I could have included — like light meters and light boxes – but these are the top 10 camera apps for iPhone that I actually keep on my devices. If you’ve shot a good photo on your iPhone or your iPad and you would like to edit it and make it awesome, then you surely need a good photo editor.
This is also a good editor which comes with all the basic things and also some nice enhancements like Night, Auto, Backlit and more. Update: In fact we found this one to be totally similar to the Photo Editor- we wrote about.
All the editors which are listed here are really helpful for editing your photos to a limited extend. Welcome!Welcome to The World Wide Web Blog, a blog founded by Chetan Bhawani, on the day of Christmas in 2007.
When it Comes to Photo Editing on Android, We recommend you to Download picsay photo editor app. It is quite confusing to choose a good photo editing app for android as there is no shortage of photo editors on the Android platform. PicSay android app has been available on the Play Store for a long time and while many new apps have been developed to challenge it it’s still among the best for photo editing. Interestingly  Picsay photo editor got a large number effects in it. We can paint on the picture or add text and stickers with many fonts and other items available and even more downloadable.
You can download the PicSay photo editor apk from the link below or it would be best to download the latest version of the app from google play store by hitting the widget bellow. We see many image editing applications and photo camera applications for mobiles at Digital stores like Apple, Microsoft and Google. The Afterlight is one of them and it is the highly appreciated among all because of its attractive design and easy to use user interface. The users have been provided some special options and many new filters to capture the pictures the way you dream. There is a classic set of operations like adjusting contrast, saturation, brightness and exposure manually and there is also an automatic adjustment mode available that would be useful in many situations where the manual mode is not producing the desired results. So, this application is just the right application for the camera and photo editing lovers.
EnlightAs smartphone photography has becomeA the dominant way people document and share their lives online, photo editing apps have rapidly improved a€” and then plateaued.
Other apps, like Snapseed, VSCO, and even Instagram's built-in editing tools now offer similar features. Enlight, from the makers of Facetune, represents a revolutionary leap over what Photoshop Express and its ilk can do. This is a truly impressive piece of technology a€” easily worth its $4 price in the iOS app store. In this article you’ll discover the twelve best photo apps that many iPhone photographers recommend, including apps for taking photos, editing photos and sharing your images with others. Many iPhone photographers (myself included) only use a small handful of apps for most of their work, and use others only sparingly.
You will likely find that your favorite apps evolve over time, along with your photography. Any prices listed below are correct at the time of writing, but they can fluctuate so always double check the latest price on the App Store before downloading.
While the native camera takes very good quality photos (in JPEG format), ProCamera 8 allows for an even higher quality JPEG setting as well as the ability to save photos in TIFF format. But the option is good to have just in case you need super high quality images for printing.
You then have the option to purchase dozens of additional films, lenses and flashes as in-app purchases.
It offers the same film and lens options as the Hipstamatic app (and you can even import any that you already paid for in Hipstamatic). Before Hipstamatic was updated, this is what set Oggl apart, but now it functions in a similar way to the new Hipstamatic app. The app offers an annual subscription option whereby you gain access to all available films and lenses.
While not quite the same as using a true macro lens (such as the Olloclip), it does a respectable job of simulating the extreme close-up effect of macro photography.
There are automatic preset adjustments, as well as an excellent range of manual slider adjustments for exposure, color and sharpness as well options for rotating, straightening and applying a vignette. The app also has a handy way of previewing how each filter effect will appear on your image before you apply it. While this app also works as a camera app, it’s the rich collection of filters and editing tools that has earned it a place on this list.
Luckily for mobile photographers, they’ve packed much of that editing power into this great app. Many of the filters feature a soft, slightly faded look that has quickly become very popular amongst mobile photographers.

As always though, it’s best to keep image sharpening to a minimum to preserve image quality. It takes a bit of time to learn how to use a Curves tool effectively, but once you do, you may never want to use adjustment sliders again. Then just tap Start and the app does the rest by removing the unwanted objects and replacing them with pixels from the surrounding area. This app allows you to imitate the shallow depth of field effect that can typically only be achieved with a larger camera and a multi-element lens.
AfterFocus provides a very user-friendly way of achieving this effect by simply marking your image as to where the foreground and background are. It also includes a solid collection of basic photo editing tools, but it’s better known for its ability to layer textures and other effects. As you find people to follow, you’ll slowly build your feed to the point where new inspiration may be found every time you open the app. This can be a great way to learn about the editing workflows of other photographers and apply some of the same techniques to your own images. It affords me plenty of ability to custom tweak the scene before capture and it has phenomenal end quality. I love the more natural look to images so selecting one of the many (many!) amazing filters and then dialing it back a little normally gives me exactly the mood I want.
I already have BigLens and am wondering if I should bother paying for and downloading another app that seems to do the same thing. If you start on searching for an iOS camera app, the App store will confuse you will a plethora of available options some are free other are paid, so we regularly update our reader with the best in iPhone photography. Today, the app in review is called Fotor, and the developer behind this app has managed to bundle all the features you might expect from a smartphone camera app.
The app offers a variety of specialized camera application features that include camera stabilizer, grid, burst image capture and an inlaid timer. The easy to access controls that comes with the app easily make the picture have that expert look and feel. Although there are a lot of photo editors on the App Store, many of them are not worth downloading.
As usual there is an option to sharpen your image and also change the contrast of the image.
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Once users done with editing, the finished photo can be saved or share on any social network. There are many interesting apps available and all of them are designed in a unique fashion to offer their users attractive feel and functionality. This application is the App of the Week and you can find it on the Windows phone and Android platform as well to get it installed. It is very simple to use and it has a flash control and timer that can be set to different seconds delays. So, there are many extra features and filters that you will get by installing this application on your mobile phone. You can find many filters, adjustment options and the virtual frames to give your photos a great look.
The user-friendly interface has a similar feel to that of the VSCO app, although the collection of filters and tools is not as extensive. Oddly enough though, most of the people that I prefer to follow on IG I also follow on EyeEm.
The HDR mode is another most discussed feature that allows user to capture an image in all the magnificence. Photo editors allow you to edit many aspects of the photo right from cropping it to increasing the exposure.
There are also overlays to cover up bad parts of the image or to change the outlook of the image. So, this application is just a perfect replacement for your phone’s built-in camera app to have a little more control over it. So, this is the App of the Week and you can download and enjoy this interesting App right now. In essence, this is an app that empowers users to pull off tricks we'd expect from a design professional using the full version of Adobe Photoshop on a computer a€” but any user should be able to learn them with a few swipes of a finger. They tend to be more advanced camera apps, so we did not included them here, but I wholeheartedly agree that they are worthy of consideration.
There is also a blemish tool which allows you to blur specific parts of the image, which is rather impressive.
There are several changes that one can do through the Adjustment panel, where the Color Splash, Sharpening, Denoise, Red Eye reduction, Whitening, Touch Up, Focal Blur, Cropping and few other changes can be done. The manufacturer of Picsay Photo editor experienced in developing tools for Adobe Photoshop, so you can expect outstanding results. The various effects included are Vintage, Creative, Soft, Subtle, Old and Unicolor while the overlay structures and borders too can be changed and made better. Furthermore, using this app, you can change the exposure, and also change the brightness of your picture. There is an effective sharpen effect which will sharpen your image significantly or even lower it. Change the contrast, saturation and also the temperature using this unique photo editing app. If you’d like to make your photo look like it’s been sketched, there is a sketch feature too.
So I’d say this is a powerful editor, this app can help you make your photos awesome.

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