o matter if you have the high-end Samsung Galaxy S8, the budget Alcatel Idol 5S or even an old iPhone 6, chances are you take photos with your phone. And whether your phone has the best camera or a modest camera, there are three quick tweaks to make your photos look better — all with using the f-word: Filters.
So many photo apps
Before you make your first edit, know that there are hundreds of apps to edit photos including favorites like Instagram and VSCO. You can use those apps or the default photo editor on your phone (iOS Photos or Google Photos) to make these quick adjustments.
Maybe you took a picture at an odd angle or perhaps you’re trying to get your subject perfectly centered a la filmmaker Wes Anderson, both are instances where straightening a photo can save the day.
Straightening lets you rotate a photo while zooming-in to square things off. The result is a picture that is better composed and looks more purposeful. Straightening works especially great for photos of people, buildings and landscapes.
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