If you’re like me, you’re definitely getting inspired by all the new cool tools that are available in the software world. This is the reason why I started taking a screenshot with my iPhone when I decided that this was something that I was going to take the next step in my photography development. I guess in today’s smartphone world, all of the options are available and there are so many ways to edit photos. For those who are new to the app world, I hope you may find the following article interesting.
Photographers who have the confidence to make their own photography are able to take amazing photos without having any specific knowledge about how to edit or crop photos. You just have to be willing to try new things and create something that has never been seen before.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the best apps in the smartphone photography world that people are actually using right now. The photo editing app, and photo editing app in general, are all popular apps, but there are also some free ones which you need to check out.
1. Pigma 6
Pisang is a free photo editing app that is available for all Android phones (we don’t have a PC version either!), as well as iOS. It has a pretty powerful feature set which makes it really versatile when it comes to professional photo editing.
The main features of Pisi 6 include photo editing, photo cropping, photo import and export, photo search, photo frame, photo book, camera mode, photo preview, and photo library. Also, the app is totally free and can be used on any phone, tablet or laptop.
You can download the app from Google Play Store. Just visit the page, choose the category of photo editing, scroll down to the photo editing section and find it. You can also download Pisi 6 for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
2. D-RAW II
D-RAW II is a premium photo editing app which is also available for Android and iOS. It is also called as one of the premium apps, but it’s not like that since it’s totally free to download and use. You can download the app from Google Play Store or App Store.
What sets D-RAW II apart from other photo editing apps is that it brings real photo tools such as white balance adjustment, black and white adjustment, and even the ability to take screen captures. D-RAW II is available for every platform and can even be used on your browser.