Photography Apps you NEED!

Photography Apps you NEED!

September 30, 2019 0 By Peter Engel


Yo, what’s up? Today, I’m going to show you the only apps
you will ever need to edit your own photos on your very own mobile phone. By using these apps, you will be able to do
everything. From colour correcting, colour grading, you
know, setting a certain mood and feel to your photos, to adding extra overlays on top, like lens
flares and all that kind of thing to just make them pop even more. I’ve seen so many people take really good
photos on their phones, but not a lot of people actually spend the time to edit these photos. What I’m going to do is I’m going to show you a
few apps that you can use very quickly and very efficiently to produce some really, really
good results. Make sure you keep in mind that you need to
be able to take good photos in the first place before you can actually edit them. Let’s jump right into the list. Coming up at 1# is my most frequently used
app, Lightroom CC. If you’re a DSLR shooter the cool thing with
this app is that you can actually shoot in Manual Mode as well so, it gives you the ability to change your
shutter speed and your ISO and all that. When it comes to the editing part itself,
the app is insane. You can literally transform your photos from
something like this, to something like this. If you take proper advantage of this, you
can actually create some really dope photos. This just so happens to be the app that I
use on my computer as well to edit my DSLR photos. You can just tweak every single colour, individually. Up next at 2#, we’ve got the recently made-popular
app by celebrities on instagram, which gives you the film look. This is Huji Cam. Basically, it works like a retro old film
camera which is pretty cool. So, what it’s going to do is it’s going to
ask you to bring your face up close to the camera in front of the sensor as if you’re
using an old film camera. What I do is I either just put my thumb right in
front of the sensor so it thinks that I’m actually putting my face, or, you can just
disable this completely from the settings. Then all you have to do is just touch the viewfinder
and it’s going to go full-screen automatically. You can also choose to set the date on the
side which brings back that very retro look, or remove it completely. It’s up to you. All you have to do is basically snap a photo and you’re
done. Moving on at 3# is Lens Distortions which
is a very unknown app to a lot of people actually. If you want quick overlays like: sun flares
or light leaks, or dust, snow, smoke, mist; this thing’s got it all. I mostly use this app personally when I’m
editing photos entirely on my phone as you will find I’m a big sucker for lens flares. Oh, and the fact that you can get these in
your pocket? 24/7? Last but not least, I’ve got a bonus app for
you. I won’t explain it, I’ll just show you. Okay, that’s it from me.