[WORLDKINGS] World Tops Academy – Top 10 best photo editing apps in the world

28-04-2020

(WorldKings.org) According to expertphotography.com, this is top 10 best photo editing apps. These best photo editing apps will help edit the images into something spectacular.

1. Lightroom CC

 

 

Adobe Lightroom CC is one of, if not the best mobile apps for editing out there. Not only is it free, but it also hooks up to your Lightroom on your desktop computer.

You can almost do as much as you can on the desktop version. Exposure, white balance, and detailed settings are easy to find and change.

It works as a free photo camera app, removing blemishes as they appear. Perfect for Apple smartphones, and can be upgraded from in-app purchases. It allows you to share straight to social media.

2. Adobe Photoshop Express

 

 

Adobe is groundbreaking in its photographic editing software. The mobile and smartphone editions are just as powerful in editing your images.

Photoshop Express has all the editing tools you need and more. You can find the basic crop and rotation tools, as well as a smart filters feature, and a wide range of effects.

3. VSCO Cam

 

 

Whereas Instagram is good for basic photo editing, VSCO is the more advanced version. Not only do you have plenty of editing options, including exposure, contrast and temperature correction, but you also have access to an alignment tool.

This is perfect for those perspective problems creating distortion. It has more than enough photo editing tools, and perfect for an iPad.

4. Snapseed

 

 

Snapseed is a fantastic photo editor, putting even some of the desktop software a run for their money. A free app, offering you all the tools you need for effective photo editing.

5. Carbon

 

 

For all those photographers who’re looking to create black and white content, look no further. Carbon is the ultimate B&W tool. Developed in partnership with photographers, this app presents you with stunning monochrome filters. They aim to take your work to the next level.

6. Afterlight 2

 

 

Afterlight 2 unlike other photo editor apps, offers newly updated content each month. No new subscription fees on top of the one-off payment.

It has regular, everyday options, such as crop, brightness, and exposure. it also has more in-depth tools like Curves, Selective Hue/Saturation, Clarify, and Tone.

7. Darkroom

 

 

This is a great, all-around photo editor software. It’s simple and fluid, offering a very similar experience as Lightroom. It has a dedicated library, allows RAW and large camera support, and allows batch editing. A workhorse of an app that will ensure better images today.

8. TouchRetouch

 

 

Very few apps provide a simple way to retouch your photos on a smartphone. In Photoshop it’s a very basic thing – not so much on a small screen. TouchRetouch’s algorithm works great, allowing you to tap and remove objects. It’s a great and easy way to deal with distracting elements.

9. Filmborn

 

 

If you want to emulate various types of film with a few taps on your smartphone’s screen, Filmborn is a great choice. It is an image editor, allowing batch editing and highlight clipping, among many other features. It also works as a free photo camera app, possible for selfies.

10. Enlight

 

 

Enlight works as a high-quality camera and editor app, as well as offering the chance to take double exposures.

Once you get past the annoying tutorial pop-ups, the workflow becomes fluid. It has all of the bells and whistles of any normal photo editing app, yet its magic is in the creative areas.

 

According to expertphotography.com


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