Adobe Photoshop is a world renowned photo editing application for desktop computers and Mac, however for a number of years, the company have also had a mobile version to their software available to download for free on iPhone and iPad.
The Photoshop Express app from Adobe is a reliable photo editing solution for quick fixes and playing around.
Snapseed has wonderful reviews on iTunes and because it’s free, it is simply a must download for any aspiring photographer. Aviary is one of those apps that when downloaded you wonder how you ever got by without it. The app is constantly updated by its developers and they actively implement user suggestions, making it a hot favourite on iTunes.
This app has more filters and settings than many of its photo editing competitors, and is a must download for the photographer in you. This entry was posted in Entertainment, Technology and tagged apps, camera, editing, instagram, iphone, photography, photoshop on August 21, 2013 by Tactus. If you guys want to try some really good editors that do almost anything then try Leonardo, and Photoshop Touch.
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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.
Back in 2011 we collected together our favourite video editing apps for the iPhone and were surprised by how few really good quality offerings were available from the iTunes app store. Bye bye HMV and Blockbuster, online mobile sales are soaringWhat features does the new Samsung have? Good thing that you shared those kind of applications to the people who wanted to edit some videos on their own by the help of those tools and applications.
Magisto is a fun and easy way to immediately change film segments and pictures and talk about them with your friends and members of the family. Whether you have taken the shot with a phone or a dedicatedcamera, it is imperative to use the right app to edit your photo for desiredresults. Apps store has thousands of photo editing apps for iPhone, but which one is the best among them? Auto Correct feature of this app allows you to adjust your photos quickly with a single tap.


As the name indicates, Adobe Photoshop Express is developed by the desktop image editing software giant Adobe Systems.
It has all the bells and vessels that an image editing app should have including basics like Crop, straighten, rotate, removing red-eye and flipping your photos. If you prefer bit more feature rich app with advanced features and don’t mind spending few dollars, then Filterstorm is the one you should get. Color Splash is not a free app and costs $0.99, but still it worth the penny you spend on it for the unique features it offers. These are the best photo editing iPhone apps that allow you to edit and share your images easily from your iPhone.
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It should come as no surprise then that people naturally respond better to visuals than plain text. The rapid growth of visual based social media networks such as Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube and Tumblr further demonstrate our attraction to visuals. Similarly, Facebook knows that people want to see more visual content and they have built that into their algorithms.
It therefore stands to reason then that businesses would benefit by harnessing the power visual marketing on social media by incorporating it into their overall content marketing mix. Businesses that engage in visual story-telling will create greater impact and achieve better ROI. Visual marketing involves incorporating static and moving visuals within your content marketing mix. Now if you are stressing out at this point and feeling that you are not a very creative person, don’t own a fancy camera or can’t afford to buy Photoshop, don’t stress.
These days the phones that we carry around with us each day will more than do the job, especially when you combine your dodgy photo skills with an app that will allow you to crop images, apply a filter, add a border and overlay some text. I use a variety of desktop and mobile image editing tools on a daily basis and my favourites change over time based on the image I am trying to create and what new tools have captured my attention. There are loads of templates, text holders, frames and photos to choose from and adapt to your requirements. I actually don’t use PickMonkey anymore because I love Canva so much and it seems to do all that I used to use PicMonkey for, plus more. Word Swag is my favourite iPhone App for creating engaging images to share on social media. Word Swag allows you to put text overlays on images and the design options are truly beautiful. My favourite part about this app is that you pick the font design that you like and then just roll the dice to shuffle through all the different ways that style can be displayed until you find the one that best suits.
Like Word Swag, Over is an iPhone App that allows you to overlay text on images, but it is much plainer in terms of the layout of the text. Rhona is another iPhone App that I use that is similar to Word Swag in that you can overlay different design packs on images. I love Instagram and whilst it is a social media network in it’s own right, the in-built image editing and filters also make it a powerful image editing tool worthy of note. If I wish to share that same image on other social media networks, my preference is usually to share it from the camera roll rather than from within the App, as it allows me to post it directly to and in context with the platforms, rather than as a link from Instagram. Flipagram allows you to bring moments to life by creating beautiful short video stories using your photos, set to music.
Shadow Puppet provides a unique way to tell a story around your images because it allows you to narrate a story as you swipe through and zoom in on the images you have on your iPhone.
Animoto allows you to turn ordinary photos and video clips into rich videos using either Animoto’s web, tablet or mobile version.
Each of the above image editing tools allows you to be creative and make truly unique and engaging images to use within your business and easily share on social media. The possibilities are endless and the potential results you can achieve for your business by incorporating effective visual marketing within your social media strategy are mind-blowing. Filed Under: Apps, Business Tools, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Social Media Strategy, Top Tips, YouTube About Loren BartleyLoren Bartley is as a social media strategist, educator, coach, public speaker, blogger, early adopter, self-confessed lover of all things geek-eske, and mother of three. As the founder of Impactiv8, Loren helps businesses grow using the power of social media and lifecycle marketing automation. Loren has created three online training programs: Social Media Success, FB Business Success and Linked Business Success and she also offers bespoke social media presentations, workshops, one-on-one coaching and social media implementation services. Loren is also the producer and co-host of the highly successful #BusinessAddicts The Podcast, which she hosts in conjunction with Fiona Redding from The Happiness Hunter.
Thanks Loren for your tips, I will have a play with some of these and see if I can make some of my images more interesting!
Thanks again for this post – have had a lot of fun with these apps on iPad and iPhone already.
It allows you to reduce red eye on photographs, reduce noise, distort images and its most recent version also has a number of filters to choose from. The Instagram app available to download for all iOS devices is not so much a photo editing app but more of a photo filter app and social network combined, as is the Instagram service. This creates Polaroid type photo’s which whilst no good for landscapes are perfect for products and quick snaps.
It is a very clever app that will automatically adjust your photo to create the very best final image. Aviary is a wonderful photo filter and editing app that merges the best of Photoshop Express and Snapseed. Its appeal comes from its combination of Instagram and Flickr features, allowing users to easily share their photographs and apply filters.
There are some others like Handy Photo, Photogene and Picsart that have some cool powerful tools.
Also you can change the brightness, fade, shadows, blurr things, take out any blemishes, draw, choose what you want to stay colored, cut it, crop it, whiten something, and you can of course collage everything. 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.
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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.
Fast forward nearly two years and we still have some firm favourites from the past gallery as well as some great new apps too. Just record and publish your film segments and Magisto will convert them into awesome customized films; finish with songs and outcomes, in moments. She’s particularly interested in wearable technology, how our mobiles can help us to get fitter and ways to introduce mindfulness and meditation into our busy working lives.
This app comes with several built-in effects, filters, frames, saturation, brightness control, contrast and white balance feature.
With this app, you can edit iPhone pictures at full size and if something goes wrong while editing you can correct it with up to 10-steps undo history. We process them much faster, we engage with them more, we share them more freely, we remember them more readily and we are influenced by then when it comes to purchasing.
That might be photos, videos, infographics, drawings, cartoons, visual quotes, artwork, webinars, etc. Some of these also have android, windows mobile or blackberry equivalents – you will need to check that out for yourself. It allows you to create engaging images for use in social media, presentations, posters, blog graphics, Facebook Cover images, Pinterest graphics, infographics and much much more. This web-based program is free to use, with the option to purchase photos within the interface if you like for US$1 each.
However, it is still worthy of note, as it is an easy to use yet powerful on-line editing tool that makes your images look fabulous. Unlike Word Swag, you can’t edit or create variations of those designs, so it is a little bit more limiting, but this is made up for by the variety of options you have to choose from.
I switch between which one I use based on what template I am after for the frames I am creating as they each have their own unique variations. I use InstaWeather when I want to identify what the weather was like at the time the image was created. When you post a photo to Instagram, as well as giving you the option to share it to other social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr and Foresquare, it also automatically saves it to your camera roll for later use. I mainly use this to curate photos from Instagram around an event or theme as it is so easy to do so.
This can be great for creating simple instructional visual content pieces with minimal effort.
You can choose from a wide variety of video style options and templates, as well as set your videos to music. However, I find that when you use some of these tools in partnership, layering their effects (without going overboard), you can create an even better result.
I would love to hear about your successes once you start using more visually engaging content.
I’m using wordswag and I love it, but I was looking for a similar app or software that I can use on the computer. The Genesis Framework empowers you to quickly and easily build incredible websites with WordPress.
It features pinch to zoom effects and framing, and also allows you to create light leaks, as well as change saturation and brightness. 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.
Here we will go over some of the best photo editing software.Most photo editing software combines a range of different features from web design, editing photographs, creating posters and flyers, or even editing video. This App seems simple, loaded with all basic and advancedfeatures with great user interface for entry level and advanced Photographers:Check Entry Level, Advance Versionand HD Version. As a northerner living in London, she loves exploring the city, going to the cinema at every possible opportunity and Instagramming everything that crosses her path.
It also has innovative filters like Retrolux, Drama, Vintage, Grunge and Tilt-Shift for enhanced photo editing experience. It also comes with one-touch filters, which includes more than 20 fresh and trendy effects to make your photos shine. Other feature includes Black and White, Blur, Brightness control, contrast, Clone, Curves, Hue, noise reduction, saturation, sharpen any photo, tone map and add text. You can select a certain area of an image to be in color, whereas rest of the image will be in Black and White only.
If you don’t have a budget to purchase images, that is fine as there are more than enough free elements to choose from or alternatively you can upload your own and use them instead. There is a countless number of effects, fonts, shapes, and frames to tweak your images with. You can also invert the design so that the image you upload is displayed within the text rather than behind it, which can create a really cool effect. I mainly use this app when I just want to add simple text to an image without it needing to be too fancy.
You can place your image inside a computer screen, camera, milk bottle, fish bowl or even a wine glass.
You just select the images you want to appear, the order they will appear in, the timing of them and then the music you want.
Once created, your videos are hosted in the cloud, allowing you to easily post them on social media or embed them in your blog. I like using Typic+ (app for Iphone where you add you image and text, nicely done!), I will have a look at iWatermark too! This got us thinking, what are the best photo editing apps to create truly stunning – and also fun – photographs on the iPhone? 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.
Built-in Sharing tools will allow you to share your photos on social media within this app itself. You can choose photos from your iPhone library or any social media network like Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, etc.
Picmonkey is free to use, although you can upgrade to gain some additional features if you like.
There are so many options to choose from that you are sure to want to play with this one for a while. So which is the best photo editing software for you?In general, photo editing software can be grouped into three main categories; enthusiast, semi-pro, and professional.
You can save multiple sessions to save your work and resume it later according to your convenience.
My daughter is obsessed with Pip Camera and I am constantly finding images saved to my iPhone or her face smiling back at me from inside random objects.
I might then later include that image when creating a video using Flipagram, Puppet or Animoto. Entry-level software is cheap, but limited; professional suites are made for sophisticated editing for professional photographers. It also allows you to undo any number of brush strokes and correct it again without any loss.
For most of us, the middle ground will give the best value, while still offering performance and room for improvement.Entry-level photo editing softwareAt this lowest level, you can find photo editing software for free.
All of the major operating systems come pre-packaged with limited photo editing software that provide a bare minimum. Most digital cameras or scanners usually come with some sort of bundled photo editing software. Roxio Photosuite is one of the most popular examples of this.This level usually includes features that are geared to fun and entertainment, rather then serious photography. For instance, software that will morph and stretch you pictures or insert novelty backgrounds.
These can be entertaining, but it is usually impossible to do any useful photography editing at this level.Semi-professional photo editing software This level is usually the sweet spot for the average photographer. Adobe Photoshop Elements is one of the most popular, being basically a lite version of the best photo editing software available. These programs give photographers top notch photo editing tools that are worthy of some serious work.The best photo editing software at this level offers features like panoramic stitching, color management, red-eye reduction, text and shape tools, and much more. The core of this software is the same as the much more expensive options, but the interface is simplified and geared towards more casual photographers. This includes sophisticated productivity enhancing features and complete editing control over your photography.If you are using a point-and-shoot camera, this type of photo editing software is probably not for you. But if you have a quality camera or are involved in a high turnover publishing environment, the difference between high-end and entry-level software is huge! The range of functions and the complete level of control over your photography that the best photo editing software gives you is something that the cheaper programs simply can never provide.The best photo editing softwareIf you are looking to do more then just crop your images, a mid-level solution like Adobe Photoshop Elements is the best value and provides everything the average photographer needs. If you really want to push your photo editing to the limit, Adobe Photoshop CS5 is by far the best photo editing software available today!



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