Editing photos on your phone and turning them into masterpieces can be quick and easy with the right tools. In part 1, we discuss some of the tools used to build a spectacular photo. Part 2, we build it! Please look through some of the resources below, so the tools and terminology will be familiar when we go to work in part 2.
Editing Photos On Your Phone
Move the slider above to compare the original (left) and edited (right) photos.
What You Need
There are many choices and personal preferences out there when it comes to editing you precious photos. I actually use quite a few of them. But, my “go to” app for editing is Snapseed by Google. It’s available for iOS and Android and works on cell phone and tablets. Although I run a fairly large smartphone (iPhone X), I prefer to edit my photos on my Apple iPad Pro with Apple Pencil.
Although, I prefer to write all my own content, this subject has already been done very well by a lot of people. Below is a list of tutorials that I have personally used in learning this app. If you know of others, please comment below, so other readers can benefit from them as well.
Software On This Page That I Use
Snapseed for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.niksoftware.snapseed
Snapseed for iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/snapseed/id439438619?mt=8
I have separate posts for moving phone off of cell phone when you do NOT have cell service or WiFi:
- ios: https://www.marcrjacobs.com/backup-iphone-thumb-drive-usb-flash-drive/
- Android: https://www.marcrjacobs.com/backup-thumb-drive-usb-flash-drive/