Top 5 Best Photography Mobile Apps for Your Phone

August 19, 2013

Impiger Technologies


Mobile photography has without a doubt changed the world of photography. Whether it is to take quick snaps of friends and family or to capture and create incredible works of fine art, photographers today are really pushing the limits of the usage of a smart-phone. With far too many developments in the world of photography, users are now swinging more towards mobile photography because of its convenience, compactness and ease of use. It is expected that more camera brands will develop owned social platforms and most brands will capitalize on the appeal of social mobile photography. There are also a vast number of hosts and sponsors who are kicking off a lot of mobile photography awards.

While most of the photography apps are simply a portal for people to capture and share photos, there is actually a lot more to be found. Let us discover the top five mobile photography applications that are currently gaining momentum across iOS and Android.

1. Handy Photo (Rs. 110)
Handy Photo was designed for those with a strong passion for photo editing. The app is a perfect choice when it comes to correcting and enhancing photos from all possible angles.

2. VSCO CAM (Free)
VSCO Cam is likely responsible for about 80% of the best photos that pop up on your Instagram feed and rightfully so. Its filters and effects are the closest thing to film you’ll find on a smart phone and are definitely your best bet for professional grade photos.

3. Snapseed (Free)
By using Snapseed, anyone can enhance, transform, and share their photos with ease using incredibly advanced features from the leader in digital photography software. Built-in Google+ capabilities make it even more powerful to share your images with your friends and family.

4. Triggertrap (Free)
Triggertrap is an app that allows you to create a trigger for your camera’s shutter based on any number of criteria. You can set it up for something conventional like a cable trigger or use some of the more unorthodox triggers, like earthquakes, all thanks to its handy ‘Seismic’ option.

5. Photosynth (Free)
Photosynth is a panorama creation app that makes it easy and fun to capture and share interactive panoramas of the places, people, and events that are important to you. Using the latest in computer vision techniques, you can not only make a panorama from left to right, but also up and down, enabling you to capture a full ‘sphere’.

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