Social media is all about presentation. Regardless of where you live or what you do for a living, there's a way to make a shot (and your experiences) look interesting.
To make this happen, phone apps that turn lifeless photos into near-National Geographic style images have been sprouting up all over the internet. Here are some of our
Facetune counts many famous personalities as users and fans. Instagram models, big-name celebrities, and influencers all use the famed editing app. The app's most famous users are the Kardashian family, whose selfies go through the app and are exported with no blemish or pore in sight. Khloe Kardashian once proclaimed, "Facetune is the best thing to bring to the table. It's life-changing."
The editing, enhancing, and retouching application's features are some of the most user-friendly out there, and the app's beauty lies in the fact that it's hard to overdo; making sure that you have a natural edit each time. There is the unmatched Smooth feature, which blurs almost anything to nothingness while leaving a natural finish. The Reshape feature, on the other hand, can minimize, maximize, or stretch anything to your liking. In 2016, Facetune launched Facetune 2 with more precise controls that are
Marketed as a virtual makeup try-on app, MakeupPlus has evolved into a retouching app that can give you a full face of makeup right from your phone's camera. The app has numerous
If you're in need of an all-in-one photo editor then Cymera is the app for you. The app boasts 200 million users worldwide and has a multitude of features to make sure that your photo is practically art gallery worthy. Cymera offers
Under retouching, the app uses automatic face recognition technology to detect your features and easily lets you modify them: it enlarges your eyes, gives you a bigger smile, slims down your cheeks, whitens your teeth and eyes, and conceals blemishes. The body shaping function allows you to trim your waist, lift your hips, and define your legs.
Google's powerful photo editing app has been around since
Another nifty, lesser-known feature of the app is called Stacks, which basically makes a list of all the edits you've made. This works better than simply undoing an action, as you can select which of the edits you need to adjust. You can also copy-and-paste these stacks, and apply them to other photos so you won't have to redo the same edits from scratch.
Spring can help you when you've had a photo taken from a bad angle. The easy-to-use app specifically does three important things to remedy a badly angled portrait:
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