by Sandy Noto
I edit most of my photos in Lightroom (or Photoshop if I need to make additional touchups) but occasionally when I’m working on a project that requires a very quick turnaround, or I'm working on something just for fun, I edit my images on my phone. Also, when I worked as a Digital Media Manager at One Off Hospitality and oversaw the photography and social media for 8 restaurants, I did most of the editing work on my phone as I traveled between restaurants. So whether for fun or out of necessity, sometimes I edit an image from start to finish on my iPhone. These days editing apps are incredible, and several of them can process raw photos, so I don't feel like the end result is lackluster. Here are the top 4 apps I use for photo editing.
If you have a nearly perfect photo, but there’s one annoying little thing that you just want to get rid of, then retouch is the perfect app for those situations. That bit of trash on the ground, the smudge on a table, that annoying person that walked into your frame and wouldn’t move, all gone. For commercial projects, I make these sorts of adjustments in Photoshop, but for personal use, I go with retouch. You just brush over whatever you want gone, and that’s it! Sometimes it doesn’t work perfectly but usually if you undo, brush over a smaller area and try again, it works. Continue reading.
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