We all live in the digital world, and sometimes it’s difficult to break away from it. Perhaps you miss all of those glorious analogue film types that now don’t exist.
Film Born is an app letting you recreate and re-imagine your captures as if they were taken on specific film stock. By controlling the white balance and exposure, you apply presets that immediately give your shots a cult status.
It is an image editor, allowing batch editing and highlight clipping, among many other features.
Camera+ 2 is the second adaptation of a great photography app, where the first edition sold over 14 million copies. Unlike most other applications designed around capturing images, this lets you take full control over all aspects and controls.
Optical quality is great, and the creative tools they provide is substantial. Manual controls, RAW capture, depth editing are just a few of the great features this app has to offer.
If you want easy to use photo apps where you have control over every setting, this is for you.
We all know about Instagram. It is one of the biggest social media outlets for photography. Recently acquired by Facebook, another top contender in the sharing of images.
Instagram is a simple way to capture, edit and share your favourite moments. Or every moment in fact. You can follow groups and other people, which is great for inspiration when the creative block hits.
It’s not the most powerful photo editor out there, but the app’s photo filters are definitely a great tool for photo sharing.
More than a billion people are part of this network, seeing millions of images shared daily. If your images are good enough, you can even use it to make a few bucks.
If you want to know more about The Photographer’s Ephemeris, here’s a cool video to check out.
There we have it. Ten awesome photo apps ideas to boost your photography. the best thing is, you dont need to choose just one.
All of these can work in conjunction with each other. Most are free, allowing you to experiment and use when needed. Happy Apping!
For a roundup of the best photo editing apps, including Photoshop Express and Lightroom, check out this article.
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