As well as some useful touch-ups such as blemish removal, red-eye reduction and teeth whitening the app also includes one or two less serious offerings. Pro photographers may scoff, but some of these can be loads of fun -- I found the instant Meme feature rather amusing. Also included are a bundle of free effect filters, some of which are surprisingly good. Aviary effects packs are also available to download and, at 62p, are actually very good value for money and offer a broad array of beautifully creative effects.
Pro Tip: There is hesitancy among some to experiment with filters in smart phone photography, Apps such as kajsa briquette collection rhombus iphone xr textured case - red Instagram and Hipstamatic (more on which later) have given digital filters a bad name in some snooty circles, My tip is to give them a try, Many professional photographers and videographers use filters of varying types all the time -- far more than we often realise -- and you may be surprised at some of the creative looks you can achieve, TouchRetouch, Adva Soft's TouchRetouch (Google Play, 62p) is an award-winning photo retouching tool, letting you remove unwanted objects from your photos..
Using a lasso or paint brush, simply the mark the area you wish to remove from the image -- a handy zoom window shows you what's going on under your finger for precise selection. When the object you want to delete from history is highlighted in red simply tap the play button and watch TouchRetouch work its magic. The result is generally very good and manages simple selections very well, although it does struggle with complex textures. For more challenging removals there is also a manual clone tool, familiar to many users of desktop photo editing software, which lets you overwrite using a copy of another area of the image.
Pro Tip: In TouchRetouch settings, make sure Always Max Resolution is checked before you begin work -- by default it isn't, What's the point in taking photos if nobody ever sees them? The fact is the majority of us are more than keen to share our works of art with the wider world, and fortunately our smart phones now make it easier than ever before to do so, Facebook and Twitter need little introduction -- they long ago kajsa briquette collection rhombus iphone xr textured case - red become the major hubs for sharing your cutesy cat pics or showing what you're nomming for lunch..
For the more discerning Androidographers out there, however, we've picked out some dedicated photo-sharing apps and social networks you might like to try for size. Instagram (free from Google Play) is a social network oriented around smart phone photography, which has been available on Android for several months now. Famed for its filters, you are also able to upload photos totally 'clean', although one peculiarity is that all pics must be cropped to a square format. Some see Instagram as an extension to their Facebook or Twitter feed, but well worth researching is the #Androidography hashtag for examples of others' handy work.