23. One thing I love about silhouette photos, is the contrast and sharp outlines. Sharpen your image by using Details in Snapseed or the Tonal Contrast filter
24. When you are emphasising shapes and lines in this type of image - a crooked image or warped walls (lens distortion) can become more evident. I like to straighten my images in Snapseed using Perspective - not Rotate. To correct any lens distortion, I try Free mode in Perspective within Snapseed. If that does not work, my go-to app is SKRWT
25. Adding a little extra warmth to a silhouette captured in the 'golden hour' when the light already has an orange colour cast - can really add to the mood of a silhouette. Access this in the White Balance or Colour Cast in your favourite photo editor. One direction will turn blue and the other orange
26. Enhancing colours can make a silhouette really jump off the screen. Most photo editing apps have a Saturation slider. In Snapseed, go to Tools > Tune Image > Adjust > Saturation
27. Add a sun flare on the edge of the subject. Picsart or Lens Flare (iOS) are two great apps
28. Remove distracting elements in the silhouette by using Retouch app. Open image > Quick Repair > swipe over the object. For more precise removal - use the Clone Stamp
29. Converting to black and white can create a real emphasis on the silhouette. Snapseed has a built-in Look (iOS) or Style (Android) named 'Silhouette'
30. Get inspired by checking out @silhouette_creative on InstagramRelated: Latest photo composition articles