Editing apps make it easy and convenient to add filters, cropping to remove objects to produce more professional-looking images.
This curated list includes free and paid apps, so you can choose which one suits your needs the most.
Identifying other reasons for learning photography may help to realise new motivations to get out there and learn a little each day.
Taking the step to learn photography brings you so much joy, love for life and transferrable skills to other arts and hobbies, even travel.
All of us photo enthusiasts follow other photographers for inspiration and aspire to replicate exceptional images.
Often, that leads to envy and disappointment when our images are far less impactful and engaging. What’s missing? What’s the secret?
Adobe Lightroom mobile app is a camera and a photo editor app. You have manual focus and focus peaking for accurate capture.
The app also has the most powerful tools for extracting and enhancing incredible details from your smartphone capture.
Recently, I had the pleasure of writing a guest blog post on Photography Talk titled ‘Convenient and Powerful Photo Editing From Your Smartphone.’
I shared some basic tips to get the most out of the free, versatile, and powerful Snapseed app by Google (iOS or Android).
Curves is a powerful and intimidating tool. For a long time, I limited my adjustments of brightening, darkening and contrast to just the Tune Image and Tonal Contrast tools.
What does the Curves tool do? In summary, the curves tool assists to create a more punchy image.
Street art has content, context, vibrant colours, tones, lines, surface texture and detail, that all adds to the story and intention of the piece.
Learning the art of capturing and editing a piece of street art really elevates the aesthetic value to a more sophisticated visual piece.
Ever needed to change the orientation of a photo? If you change a square photo to a landscape, the top and bottom are cut off.
The expand tool copies the edges and adds extra space to chosen edges allowing you to turn a portrait image into a landscape image!
Learn how the Live Photos mode can dramatically reduce photo noise using the Long Exposure effect.
Noiseware app could not be easier to use. Also sold as a software plugin, you can now get stunning results using their app. Less than a cup of coffee - well worth the price!
To create an aesthetically pleasing photograph – there are several compositional guidelines.
The rule of thirds is one of the most powerful techniques, to help you position different elements in the photo.
All of your favourite photos have one thing in common: great lighting. Fortunately, understanding light doesn't have to involve equipment or years of education.
Using the tips below, you'll be able to take incredible photos with your smartphone, no matter where you are.
‘You shot that on your mobile phone!’ Do you remember the amazing feeling the first time someone said that?
These techniques, tips and apps will have you capturing SLR looking macro photography on your smartphone in no time.
A blurred background or any other part of an image instantly separates sections of the photo.
The blur can be aesthetically pleasing and help to direct the attention of the viewer. Learn how in this tutorial.