Breaking away from the digital world isn’t easy. Some of us fight against it by using analogue film cameras. Others search for a way to obtain something more realistic but don’t have access to cameras and films of former times.
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.
Darkroom is a multi-app workflow solution. Discover the most well-designed, integrated, and powerful editing app for iOS. It doesn’t utilise any other the fancy, fake things that some editor apps offer.
Darkroom is all about the necessary areas that photographers need to concentrate on when editing.
It has a dedicated library, allows RAW and large camera support and allows batch editing. A work horse of an app that will ensure better images today.
Where you find that Instagram is basic, VSCO is the more advanced version. Not only can you edit exposure, contrast and temperature correction, but you also have access to an alignment tool.
This is perfect for those perspective problems creating distortion.
Filters and presets are the way to go, offering you enough to get by. They can be tweaked for a personal touch. VSCO also has a readily available community, making you feel part of something much bigger.
Adobe is groundbreaking in its photographic editing software. The mobile and smartphone editions are just as powerful in editing your images.
Photoshop Express offers all the basic editing tools you’d expect. Rotate and crop as standard, selections of smart filters also a wide variety of borders and artistic effects. All of these can be adjusted using simple sliders.
Here’s a review of the Lightroom CC app if you want to know more about why we chose it.
And there you have it, the 10 best photo editor apps for your smartphone.
If you are looking for more photo apps for capturing and organising, then look at our article here.
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