Best Smartphone Photo Editors in 2018
So, now that you have learned how to take better smartphone photos it’s time to consider a smartphone photo editor. As much as we try we don’t always nail the lighting exposure on our smartphone. Plus you sometimes want to personalize the look of your images with more clarity or contrast. (Not filters).
So, on the best for editors for photographers: Snapseed (iOS/Android)
Snapseed’s app is powerful and has versatility. But it's definitely not for the user who wants quick results and fun projects. It’s not your click a button and done, kind of app. The handful of new features this year include a Double Exposure filter (for combining photos) and the ability to save Stacks (layers) of edits you've applied to a picture as a "Look," which can then be applied to other photos and shared with other users. It’s definitely for someone who wants to walk on the creative side of editing.
Looking for a more overall editor? Best Overall Photo-Editing App: PicsArt (iOS/Android)
It’s as comprehensive as you can get in an app intended for everyone. It has very accessible yet powerful photo editing and collaging tools that strike a nice balance between creative control and lively fun. With the addition of the new Remix feature, PicsArt also offers collaborative photo sharing.
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