Top 10 iPhoneography Apps — Why Not Be An Artist?Jessie Nuez
So you want to take great pictures, don’t have a big fancy DSLR camera. No Nikon or Canon, or huge lens you’re lugging around in your tote bag. But you do have an iPhone?
No worries, iPhones have actually become the most used go-to camera, for just about everyone who owns this device. And with each new iPhone release, Apple has been upping the ante and improving both their camera and the apps associated with it.
Shooting, editing, and sharing your photos via your social platforms just got a whole lot easier with iPhoneography (or iPhone photography, for those unfamiliar with the term). It allows you to take advantage of your most used device, making it easier to capture those special unique moments we all treasure.
So if you want to get serious about mobile photography, take a look at the array of apps that will help take your photography to a whole new level.
ProCamera 1 of 10
ProCamera is a super cool inexpensive photo, video, and editing app with state-of-the-art technology that will have you shooting like a pro in no time.
Some key features include: anti-shake, night mode, adjustable capture format, QR code scanner, and enhanced copyright protection, among other great components.
Hipstamatic 2 of 10
Hipstamatic is a simple yet powerful app. You can create beautiful photography using different filters, films, and lenses; you can share instantly across your social platforms; and order prints directly from the app.
Noir Photo 3 of 10
If you love black and white images, then this app is for you. Noir Photo allows you to turn your photos into dramatic beautiful works of art. I personally love black and white images especially of pics of New York City. There is just something about seeing a striking picture of the Brooklyn bridge highlighted with an amazing tint or dramatic lighting.
Percolator 4 of 10
Transform any one of your images into a stunning, colorful mosaic. Percolator is a great vintage inspired app that allows you to get as creative as you want to be with your photo library.
Popsicolor 5 of 10
Become a kid again, and turn your photos into ink drawings or watercolor works of art.
Popsicolor is not your average photo filter. This is one of my favorite apps to play with, as it allows me get creative as I want and turn my images into colorful art pieces. With high resolution output and over 20 varieties of intensity and focus, you can't go wrong.
iColorama 6 of 10
iColorama was created for the user who loves adding effects to their images.
Apply different effects, filters, colors, and enhance colors and tones by using the over 200 presets available. This imaging app taps into your creative side, and you can share across platforms such as: Instagram, Tumblr, Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.
DMD Panorama 7 of 10
DMD Panorama is only one of the best options available to take amazing, near flawless panoramic shots for free! 'Nuff said!
Etchings 8 of 10
Create beautiful illustrations with your images using Etchings. This app is a bit similar to Popsicolor in the sense that you can get as creative as you want using filters and other enhancement features.
PhotoFusion 9 of 10
PhotoFusion brings both power and versatility right to your smartphone. With filters, enhancement tools, backgrounds and much more, this app provides limitless opportunities to dive into our creative minds.
Instant: The Polaroid Instant Camera 10 of 10
Want vintage style Polaroid pics? Then, Instant is the app for you. Instant offers by far the best replicated Polaroid camera effect out there. This app contains 30 adjustable vintage-style photo filters, simulating the effects of the classic Polaroid films. Add text from 10 handwriting fonts, and adjust the effect of the Polaroid border by choosing one of 26 different effects.
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