There are people who see the world in a whole new light, with their eyes adjusted to get a perfect image in their minds. The detail behind the lights and the colours in a captured shot is simply mesmerising. The overwhelming collation of ideation, perception and execution is a delight to watch. That sheer joy of having captured a memory or an idea in the form of art. But what happens when one is not exactly satisfied with the results and hopes for a bit more flair. While earlier there was a time when photographers & photo lovers were left with no other choice but to leave their shoots raw. But now with the advancement in technology, there are tons of options to enhance photos and get amazing results. Simply pick up a well-endowed smartphone with brilliant features and all its specifications
So, here’s a list of apps & features that satiate your inner photographer –
Armed with advanced editing tools and filters built into its photo editing app. Photoshop express has tools like crop, straighten, rotate, flip, colour, red-eye removal, hue, brightness, white balance and the likes. With filters like Vibrant, Superpunch and Glow. Also, you can add borders and frames to the photos. Evidently an app this cool does take you ahead in the game with its photo enhancing talents. Obviously, you can opt for all the other add-on packs this app has to offer.
A free photo editing app, AutoDesk Pixlr has over 2 million combinations of effects, overlays and filters. You can create photo collages with various layout, background and spacing options by using Pixlr. What’s more is that there is an auto-fix feature that balances out the colour and multiple photos can be layered and blended together.
And the fun here is just beginning. The photos you take from your smartphone can be further stylised with pencil drawings and ink sketches. By enhancing selfies, you can remove blemishes, red eyes and whiten teeth. Imagine going bonkers by adding captions and overlaying photos with text.
This is one of the most popular professional photographer communities since 2004. Yahoo acquired Flickr in 2005, enabling the photo social network to scale its progress.
And now there are over 12 billion photos that have been shared on Flickr. It offers 1TB of free storage to all its users. While its mobile app lets you edit photos, add filters and crop images from the camera roll.