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Make your selfies or food snaps even better with one of these top picks.
Editing photos is like applying finishing touches to a painting. Photographs often don’t look as good as they could unless you apply that finishing touch. Since most people use their smartphones to take pictures, we have shortlisted the best photo editing apps that you can use on the go to take your photography to the next level.
An Apple iOS exclusive, Enlight is one of the best-paid photo editors available for iPhone and iPad. It features a host of tools and filters for tweaking images, coupled with a plethora of ways to easily share them on your favorite social networks. Enlight also gives advanced users the ability to choose the file format of the images they export.
Many apps focus on editing photographs to make them better after the event. Camera51 is more about helping you shoot them as best you can in the first place. It’ll advise you on framing and composition; warn you about objects that might get in the way, and can even help ensure your group selfies don’t disappoint.
Adobe Photoshop Express
Adobe Photoshop Express is the mobile version of the popular desktop image editor. The free variant of the app offers a solid amount of photo-editing and sharing tools to the users, with many more available via in-app purchases.
When you talk to people who are serious about their mobile photography, VSCO Cam often comes up early in the conversation. Yes, it has filters like most social photo apps, but its editing tools pack a whole lot more punch. VSCO Cam also has its own community of photographers to share images with and take inspiration from.
PhotoDirector is a multi-purpose photo editor. You can quickly and easily add overlays to your images, and get creative with effects and different photos styles. Or, you can step things up a notch and make use of PhotoDirector’s more advanced features, such as RGB curves and HSL tools.