PhotographyTalk has discovered 5 must-have apps for photographers that will help you be more creative and have more fun with your photography. Whether you love capturing scenic landscapes or a wedding couple's first dance, these apps are for you!
This awesome new app (available for both iPad and iPhone) makes it super-simple to create professional-looking video slideshows to display your best shots. Import photos from Flickr, Facebook, Smugmug, 500px, Instagram or your camera; add custom effects and music; and share your finished video anywhere. The app is free to create unlimited, short videos. For HD output and longer videos, plans start at $4.99/month.
Snapseed (for iPad and iPhone) makes sophisticated photo-editing effects and high-powered techniques the pros use, very simple, intuitive and just a little addictive. Give your images a bit of grittiness. Add some drama. Go vintage. Adjust images selectively with a tap and a swipe. Available for $4.99.
Looking for a great camera app that gives you powerful, yet easy-to-use tools? Camera Awesome has been hailed as one of the best iPhone camera apps. It comes with many cool photo effects, plus wonderful composition tools that let you capture your best shot every time. Free.
This app lets you be very creative with your photos. Apply and stack more than 100 different effects that use mixes of hardlight, overlay and more, with beautiful textures from around the world. Created by pro photographer Trey Ratcliff, 100 Cameras in 1 will turn your photos into works of art. Available for 99 cents.
If you love the look of HDR, then you'll love the Pro HDR app. It automatically creates stunning full-resolution HDR images with just a single tap. The new version 4.2 is even faster and comes with fantastic new filters and frames, and much more. Available for $1.99.
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