Neither novice users nor professional photographers are immune from bad photos. In such cases, photo editors come to the rescue, with which you can correct an unsuccessful composition or poor exposure. Shooting with the iPhone 7 Plus does not guarantee that all your shots will turn out great. For a large part, success depends on the photographer's ability, practice and ability to digitally express what the eye sees.
It's worth noting that the Camera app on iPhone 7 Plus offers a basic assortment of editing tools, but sometimes they may not be enough. The specialists of the iPhone Photography School have published a list of the best photo editors that will allow you to make your photos better.
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As stated in the iPhone Photography School description, the Snapseed app offers tools for processing photography, including adjusting exposure, color, sharpening, cropping, and more. There is also a wide selection of filters that will turn a color photo into black and white, overlay textures, add a blur effect and improve the "mood" of the photo.
Download Snapseed for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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This program can function as a camera application and platform for sharing footage. In addition, VSCO has a wide range of filters and editing tools. Unlike other similar apps, VSCO presets let you emulate classic and modern film. Many of the filters allow you to give your photos the faded and softer look that is now gaining popularity on Instagram.
Download VSCO for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Besides the typical editing tools, the Filterstorm Neue app includes the best mobile implementation of the powerful Curves editor for adjusting brightness and contrast. A distinctive feature of the application is the ability to selectively adjust using a number of tools. If you want to go beyond the editing capabilities of your iPhone, Filterstorm Neue is perfect for that purpose.
Download Filterstorm Neue for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Enlight has an extensive selection of basic and "advanced" editing options, as well as an assortment of quirky effects that can be used to make your photo more interesting and creative. This program contains a huge number of functions, which will take some time to get acquainted with, but each tool is intuitive and it will not be difficult to work with the application.
Download Enlight for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Nowadays there are many decent photo editors out there, but many masters of mobile photography are among the first to name Mextures. The application offers a wide range of textures, each of which can be adjusted and combined with others. Mextures provides endless creative possibilities for users. At the moment, this is one of the best apps for creating your own editing style.
Download Mextures for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Today, most photo editors have the ability to remove unwanted elements from a photo, but TouchRetouch is intended solely for this purpose. This application is efficient and easy to use. With a finger, users can select any object or parts of it that need to be removed. Next, the application will automatically delete the selection.
Download TouchRetouch for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Wide-angle lenses, such as those found on the iPhone, often distort objects in a photo, making them appear elongated or curved. SKRWT helps eliminate these problems. A number of applications have similar functionality, for example, the above-mentioned Snapped and Enlight, but only SKRWT focuses on this type of editing.
Download SKRWT for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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AfterFocus is a special application that allows amateurs to take pictures with a slightly blurred background, indistinguishable from pictures taken with an expensive DSLR. To create a blur effect, you just need to select the focus area with your finger, and the application will automatically "blur" the background. AfterFocus is a great alternative for those who don't have the iPhone 7 Plus, which features a "portrait" mode that lets you create photos with bokeh (artistic background blur).
Download AfterFocus for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Lens Distortions is a great app with amazing optical effects to add character and depth to your photos. Effects are divided into categories such as Sunlight, Haze, Shards of Glass, Flicker, and more. It is very easy to apply effects to an image. In addition, users can experiment by creating their own unique photos.
Download Lens Distortions for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Superimpose photo editor supports simultaneous work with multiple photos. The application is multifunctional and can be used for different purposes - from removing unnecessary background in the picture to creating unique compositions and photos with a double exposure effect.
Download Superimpose for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (App Store).
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Adobe Lightroom (optional)
Adobe Lightroom is not on the iPhone Photography School list, but iPad and iPhone owners will appreciate it as it is one of the few programs that can handle RAW.
Download Adobe Lightroom for iPhone and iPod Touch (App Store).
Download Adobe Lightroom for iPad (App Store).
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