The latest iPhone can take excellent pictures and are considered as a portable photography tool. However, a great photo is not all about the device and the skills of the photographer, at times a tad bit of retouch can enhance the picture to a whole new level. From one-touch fixes to serious enhancements, the best photo editing apps for iPhone can do it all. Read along to know the best photography apps for iPhone in 2020.
It has basic editing tools for cropping, exposure, color, and sharpness. The integrated camera app allows you to capture live photo and edit on the app. The users can share the edited photos using the built-in share function.
Enlight is a paid app and costs $3.99 on the Apple App Store. While it may not be the cheapest photo editing app, the features on offer undoubtedly worth the praise.
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Other features of the app include Black & White support, Vintage, Granin Film, Drama effect, the double exposure that allows blending two photos and HDR scape to enhance the sharpness of the photo.
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The app can also do what Phonto does better by allowing the users to add artwork and text to their photos with different fonts and designs. The Overlays will enable you to add a group of text overlays including prism effect. The overlays can be adjusted to make the photo look unique.
The app also supports live video and GIF modes for creating collage into GIFs. If you would rather prefer to create a collage of photos, the app supports the collage feature as well. Decorate the photo further with stickers and stamps.
The clone stamp tool allows you to remove duplicate objects. The Stamp tool can be adjusted for hardness, Size, and Opacity. All the tools can also be adjusted for hardness and Size based on their use.
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You can also within your teeth, change eye color, remove redeye, replace the background, add prism effect and tons of filters for every occasion.
You can take a selfie by hand gesture and also add a smiley face to every face. If one photo is not enough for you, you can create a collage by adding multiple images.