The iPhone 6 is more ubiquitous even now than ever. We are only counting months since its release, but so far this Apple flagship has already bested all the sales records clogged by its predecessor, the iPhone 5. On the subject of prominence, it’s also safe to say the phone has one of the most widely used cameras in the world.
While the cameras specs, particularly the pixel count, are nothing to blow you away, one fact remains—the iPhone 6 is among the few smartphones in the market that consistently guarantee great photos. But here’s the catch: for a serious photographer, the stark offerings on the handset may not be as good as you may wish them to be. In that’s the case, you may want to turn to extra editing apps for trailblazing options.
Here’s a list of such apps:
If you’ve ever used an iPhone 6 to take a picture, then you know there are certain aspects the handset doesn’t allow you to take care of. That’s where Snapseed and a series of other photo editing apps come in. Not only does the app add flare to the editing options you have, it also gives you more control on the brightness and color. Besides, you can use it extensively to add texture and frames to your pictures, if not controlling the background and exposure for a crystal clear shot.
2. VSCO Cam
There are other times, while editing your photos, when you feel like the photos can do much better with a retro look. A VSCO Cam app is what you need in such a case. For starters, the app features a set of predefined effects and filters, specifically designed to add a vintage appeal to your pictures. Also added is a series of extended features, which may take some time for you to wrap your head around. Finally, the app arrives with loads of basic functionalities including brightness control, hue, contrast, saturation, and so forth, all of which work in harmony to refine your photos to perfection.
Hipstamatic is a must-have iPhone 6 app. To begin with, the app features a retro layout with several effects and filers that are nothing to sneeze at. The only snag is that the number of these effects and filters is so prodigious, in light of which you may have a hard time selecting the ones you need.
4. Pro Camera
Pro camera doesn’t run very far what the name suggests. It’s exactly that—a professional photo editing app that every serious photographer must consider installing on their iPhone 6 if they own one. The most notable feature in the app helps you to stay in focus while controlling exposure. If anything, the app provides an easy control UI, which allows you, the user, to play with light for a more refined snap.
5. Photoshop Express
Adobe Photoshop is a free photo editing application flaunting almost all the important photo editing tools you can think of. To name a few, there’s the basic set of adjustments and filters, most of which are available for free, but you purchase extra ones within the app if you like. Again, the app has a number of extra tools for red-eye removal, cropping, and adding borders. Even though the adjustment and filter tools may not pit effectively against those on Snapseed, VSCO cam and Pro Camera, the app can be a good choice of photo editing app for anyone who wishes to have an all-rounded photo editing app.