10 Best Mobile Photography Apps

 

1. VSCO Cam

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VSCO cam falls somewhere between Camera+ and Instagram. It’s a powerful editing tool that’s full of filters to enhance your images, is easy to use, has a ton of advanced filters, and provides a place to share your photos if you want. The advanced features are easy to use, and you can easily edit exposure, temperature, and contrast with just a couple taps. Find and follow photographers from around the world, view a crated selection of the finest images online.

2. Litely

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Litely is a simple, but elegant photo filtering application which lets you experiment with a whole new range of photo presets, inspired by cinematic tones.  The filter packs are grouped by themes and makes it easier to choose the best one. For example, an earth tones pack is called “Origins”. Litely also supports panoramic photo editing.

3. Camera +

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Camera+ allows you to control focus and exposure while you’re shooting. However, by default, all the photos you take are stored in the Camera+ lightbox. The best thing about this app is clarity.  Clarity analyzes your photos and makes several intelligent adjustments that magically bring out details and breathe life into dull photos. And with clarity , you’ll stop throwing out failed photos.

4. Augment

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This app is more for business than for daily using.  It is s a powerful visualization tool for sales, design and marketing team. Augment is a mobile app that lets you and your customers visualize your 3D models in Augmented Reality, integrated in real time in their actual size and environment. Augment is the perfect Augmented Reality app to boost your sales and bring your print to life in 3 simple steps. 3D models can be exported from any 3D software: 3ds Max, Sketchup, Maya, SolidWorks, Cinema 4D and others. It’s the perfect tool to test your products in real conditions, boost your sales, or communicate on tradeshows.

5. Snapseed

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If you want to take longer to make something a little more advanced Snapseed is perfect app for you. Snapseed is often described as an Instagram competitor. That’s slightly true in that both apps allow you to take pictures from your phone or tablet, apply filters, and share them on different platforms. I’d say Instagram is much easier to use in a point, filter, share sense. Snapseed is more of an artist’s tool with more advanced features.

6. PHOTOSHOP TOUCH

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It is definitely one of the most sophisticated mobile photo editing apps available. If for some reason, you really need do something more advanced than just basic slider adjustments to edit your photos on your smartphone or tablet, Photoshop Touch is your most advanced option.

7. CameraBag2

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CameraBag2 allows you to dramatically enhance your photos using many classic camera and film simulations. The original Camerabag app has always been popular, but now the team has created a second version, which is similar to the first but with a few more filters, borders and basic tweaking options, like exposure, contrast and filter intensity.

8. Aviary

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The app does the basics nicely, with cropping, orientation, brightness, contrast, sharpness and color warmth sliders for image-wide editing.

9. SKRWT

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If you had this problem more than once: no time, chance or just not looking on your display while shooting. Maybe it has been too sunny or raining. With SKRWT you can fully focus on the moment, capture from new angles, enhance your pictures or take a shadow selfie

10.  Pixlr Express

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Last  but not least is Pixlr Express. It will let you take a photo, but the app is really designed to be a one stop shop for all of your photo editing needs. Tryi t on your phone, choose a photo to edit, and you’ll be presented with a wide array of tools and effects. Some like stickers and filters are largely fun and cosmetic. Pixlr Express can do much more than just simple tools. In addition to basic crop and rotate tools you’ll find options to eliminate red-eye, brighten specific patches of an image, and tweak the hue and saturation of an image on the fly. If you don’t have time to fuss with a lot of settings, you can roll the dice with the autofix option and let the app make it.

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