The photo-editing tools on your mobile phone can help you quickly polish your snaps before sharing them with friends. The best help you easily adjust lighting, contrast, and color and add filters tomore
The photo-editing tools on your mobile phone can help you quickly polish your snaps before sharing them with friends. The best help you easily adjust lighting, contrast, and color and add filters to change the look of your photos.
But to really polish your images, you'll want to use digital photo-editing software for Windows or MacOS, which offer industrial-strength editing tools to create the image you want.
If you need industrial-strength tools, Adobe's image-editing apps set the standard. For $9.99 a month, you can subscribe to Adobe's Photography bundle, which includes Photoshop and Lightroom. Between the two, you'll have just about everything you need to create, edit, organize, and share images.
Paint.NET is a packed photo-editing app, offering tons of tools for improving your photos. If you want just touch-up your photos before sharing them or want to turn your photos into high-quality images, Paint.NET is worth a look for Windows users.
Apple's Photos app is a deceptively powerful editing and cataloging MacOS tool. If you are still suffering from PTSD over iPhoto, its replacement, Photos, is worth a look. Photos provides a deep collection of editing tools and stands out with its ability to organize images using facial, object, and scene recognition.