Simply paint on the area of your photo that you wish to remove, and the app’s powerful algorithm goes to work removing the spot and rebuilding the image behind it. Occasionally the end result isn’t exactly what you’re looking for, but it only takes a small bit of tweaking to fix it. When you need to correct the perspective of a photo beyond just straightening it, SKRWT is the app to turn to.
Not only does SKRWT correct all types of lens distortion effects, but it can be used to create extreme perspective effects as well.
For something different, try taking an image with a relatively “normal” perspective and warping it to one extreme or another.
One of the limitations of iPhone photography is the limited control over depth of field (focus range).
To simulate this effect on the iPhone, you can use the AfterFocus app which provides the most natural-looking shallow depth of field.
The BLACK app is designed primarily to replicate specific black and white film styles of the past.
A personal favorite style is Kodak Tri-X as that’s what I used to shoot all the time back in high school and college. One of the best parts of this app is the unique slider that allows you to compare the original photo with the edited version. The Facetune app allows you to quickly retouch portrait photos with easy-to-use tools and settings. Facetune allows you to smooth out skin imperfections, whiten teeth, add sparkle to the eyes, and even resize and reshape facial features! While Facetune is great for casual photography use, if you really want to achieve professional retouching results with a mobile app, Mira is second only to its bigger desktop sibling – Portrait Professional Pro software.
Compared to Facetune and other similar apps, Mira offers even more creative control over the quality of skin, eyes, teeth, mouth, lighting, shading and more.
The above examples show how Mira can take your portraits to the extreme of professional retouching. The Polamatic app by Polaroid allows you to apply the nostalgia of Polaroid pictures to all of your favorite iPhone photos. You can select from a number of classic Polaroid film styles, apply specialized effect presets, and further tweak them if you desire. Color Thief is a truly unique editing app that you can use  to “steal” the color palette from one image and apply it to another. Simply pick two photos to work with – one is the “source” image and one is the “destination” image for the color template.
Layout from Instagram provides an excellent set of tools for creating wonderful photo collages, and it integrates very well with Instagram. Simply select your photos, choose a layout style, then apply your photos to the available frames in the grid.

The apps listed above are only a handful of specialty iPhone photo apps that focus on one particular editing technique. Depending on your personal style and approach, you may want to try some or all of these apps. When it comes to portrait retouching, Relook is a very good tool because of frequency separation technique which allows for non destructive skin smoothing. If you are an instagram addict (like me!) but have Android phone it can be hard to find recommendations for apps to edit your photos. Speaking of squares, No Crop for Instagram is another great app that allows you to post full size photos on Instagram. Repix is my go to app to add some bokah or sparkle because it allows to add it exactly where you want it. Melissa is a Disney enthusiast who loves to write about her experiences at Walt Disney World from the perspective of a wheelchair user.
Please note that Rolling with the Magic is in no way part of, endorsed, authorized by, or affiliated with the Walt Disney Company or its affiliates. But did you know there’s a wide range of specialty editing apps that are designed to fulfill a single editing function?
With a bit of patience (and possibly a stylus pen) it even works well for removing annoying power lines from landscape photos. It’s great for fixing perspective problems that occur when shooting tall buildings from ground level.
On a DSLR camera you can adjust the aperture of the lens to create a shallow depth of field which results in lovely blurred backgrounds.
Simply paint on the areas that you want in focus and out of focus, then set the level of blur. It does offer additional editing tools via an in-app purchase, but the free version essentially does one thing (and does it quite well). This style offers a slightly high-contrast look while still retaining good highlight and shadow detail. Instead, it has an excellent selection of one-tap automatic correction tools to give you professional-looking photos in seconds.
So it sort of functions like a general editing app, but it’s much better for quick corrections (leave the heavy editing for more extensive apps). While it’s very powerful, the interface is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so you should find it easy to use regardless of your skill level.
But you always have full control over just how subtle or extreme you set each adjustment option. You can either scroll through your photos right on the main screen (top or bottom), or you can open up your full Photo library for easy browsing. This makes comparing options even easier and can help spark new creative ideas that you might not have thought of in the first place.

Either way, take your time to learn how each one works and you’ll likely end up with a few new favorites in the process! When I first downloaded the it I found so many apps, tutorials, and great classes for iPhone users but not a lot of information for Android users. If you have a photo that you don’t want to crop into a square it also has a frame that will allow you to keep it as is by adding bars either vertically or horizontally like the photo above. It does a lot of basic adjustments to your photos and it is what I typically use to make collages. She started this blog not only to share her love for Disney but to give tips and advice to others who visit Walt Disney World with physical limitations.
In this article you’ll discover ten of the best single-function photo editing apps that offer powerful tools for performing specific edits on your iPhone photos. Honestly, I can say that this app works better for this purpose than many desktop applications like Lightroom.
Once you have the collage the way you like it, save it to your Photos library or share it directly to Instagram. After some trial and error I discovered a few apps that I really loved and I was able to make some really cool edits using my Samsung Galaxy. You have to use a lot to get the feel of it but once you do it won’t take you much time at all to create some cool photos. While the app is free you do have to purchase some of the features so try it out and make sure you like it before you purchase any of the add ons.
There are also some in app purchases but you have plenty to work with without having to buy anything else. I purchased the Mickey and Minnie pack since I knew I would use them a lot and if you get a different phone you can still use them since the purchase is connected to your Google ID. You can instantly create unique photo collages with custom layouts, backgrounds, and spacing. This coupled with a huge variety of filters like HDR, Galmour, Vintage, Retrolux is all you need to impress your friends or co-workers. It has all the tools you might need and super intuitive interface that makes them very accessible even to absolute beginners.You can make a full use of gorgeous photo effects and frames, fun stickers, color balance functionality, tilt shift ability, and more. If you do not have time to mess around with all the options and settings you can auto-fix your photos with just a single tap.Fotor Photo Editor has all features you might need like crop, rotate, tilt-shift, photo collage creation wizard, vignetting, shadow and highlight, temperature, tint, curves, and much more.

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