. 1 Adjust exposure on iOS
With iOS 8, Apple has enabled iPhone and iPad users to manually adjust the exposure of photos. So far, tapping on part of an image in the Camera app has set both focus and exposure. Now you can tap to adjust the focus, and then move your finger up or down anywhere on the screen to make the image lighter or darker. The yellow sun symbol moves accordingly to indicate the change in exposure. To start over, tap another part of the screen
2. Straightening Photos in iOS
Another addition to iOS 8 and above is a straightening tool. Once you've taken a picture, tap the thumbnail next to the trigger to display it, and then choose Edit. Tap the Crop button (far left), and you can slide your finger along the control wheel on the side of your image to flatten it as needed. As you make changes, the image is automatically zoomed and cropped to maintain its original dimensions. Tap Done to save your changes.
. 3 Enabling HDR + Mode on Android
The latest versions of Android include an HDR + mode in the standard camera app – turn it on by clicking the " More "on (three points) and a hint on" HDR + ". When you press the shutter button, the app will take multiple photos one after the other with different exposure settings, and then combine them into a more balanced shot. The image processing takes a few seconds longer, but it can really make a difference if there is a big contrast between the darkest and brightest parts of an image.
. 4 Apply Lens Blur to Android
In the default Camera app on the latest versions of Android you can swipe up from the left (or down in landscape) to view a list of photo and video options. One of them is Lens Blur: you can take pictures with a sharply focused foreground object and a blurry background. Put your shot together, press the shutter button and you'll be asked to tilt the phone slightly – after a few seconds your photo will be ready for viewing and may even be refocused.
. 5 Hide Your Least Preferred Instagram Filter
Save time by hiding the Instagram filters by hiding those you never use: scroll All the way to the right, tap Manage. Reorder or hide the filters in your list by removing the corresponding circle. Alternatively, you can tap and hold the thumbnails on the main filter screen and drag them to a new location or to the photo to hide them. You can always bring back a filter if you change your mind.
. 6 Changing the Intensity of Filters on Instagram
If you tap once, an Instagram filter is applied, but you can tap again to bring up a slider that changes the intensity of the effect , If you love an effect but find it a bit too strong, then this is the place to go – you can also add a frame from the same screen. Other Instagram effects, such as brightness, contrast and warmth, can be added via the wrench icon and re-adjusted manually using a slider.
. 7 Tweak white balance with VSCO Cam
VSCO Cam is one of the leading mobile camera apps for iOS and Android, giving you more control over your images. One way to optimize the white balance of your recordings is to tap the top of the recording screen and then the ADV button to open the slider bar at the bottom. Tapping the Brightness icon lets you switch to white balance instead.
. 8 Use the Rule of Thirds in VSCO Cam
VSCO Cam, like several other camera apps, allows you to overlay a grid of nine rectangles over your image before you press the shutter button. This refers to an old trick of photography called the Rule of Thirds: The idea is that you try to bring the most interesting parts of the shot close to the lines or intersections between them. Touch the top of the wheel and then the icon that displays a cross in a square to display it on the screen.
. 9 Change the shutter speed to Camera +
One of the reasons why you want a third-party camera app is the extra settings you can access. One example is Camera + for iOS, an app that lets you optimize the shutter speed of your iPhone camera under different settings. Tap the menu button (bottom right), then tap "Advanced Controls" and turn on the Always Show button. On the Shooting screen, tap the center "Auto" button to choose an appropriate shutter speed for the subject you want to capture.
10th Select the correct mode in Camera +
Another useful camera + feature can be found in the lightbox (tap the flower icon in the lower left corner to to see it). Choose to edit an image from here, and you can choose from 16 different scene modes: everything from concert to beach. Once you've selected one of the scene modes from the list, Camera + automatically adjusts the color, brightness, and other picture settings to your choice – there are options to darken an image, reduce the effects of fluorescent light, improve image sharpness, and more
11 , Create an Antique Look with Camera Zoom FX
Check out a list of the best camera apps for Android and Camera Zoom FX is probably included. One of the best features of the app is the filter stack that is included in the Photo Library component. Select a picture and then open the edit area with the circle icon button to find it. Some of the filters require a small payment, but there are a few free to play around with: Holga 35mm (in the Favorites / Ready Made section) makes your pictures look like they are from a classic camera of the past  12. Better Macro Shots with Camera Zoom FX
Camera Zoom FX also offers a variety of focus modes, from which you can choose to get better pictures. When creating your shot, tap the settings icon (three sliders) and select Focus from the list. Select Macro to show the app that it should focus on objects in the very near foreground. Try it when you take close-up shots of any subject (you can still tap anywhere on the screen to adjust the focus point as you normally would.)
13. Changing the ISO Settings in Afterlight
Sophisticated Afterlight comes with a stack of helpful tools for iOS, Android, or Windows Phone: filters, textures, and frames for your images are in the spotlight also includes its own photo capture component. In the recording screen, tap the "M" button to bring up the manual controls, then select "ISO" to adjust the photosensitivity of the image. A higher ISO value means better pictures in low light conditions, but the picture noise can also increase.
fourteenth Experiment with Filters in Afterlight
Back to these Afterlight filters, and you can choose from 74 whether to take a new image or import an existing one. Tap the colored swirl icon to scroll through the available filters – each will be previewed when you select it, and you can adjust the intensity with the slider below. There are also dozens of textures that are offered behind the movie icon's role that makes your image look like it was shot on real camera film.
15th Create Instagram Collages with Pic Stitch
Instagram now has its own collage creation app (layout), but Pic Stitch has helped users place multiple photos on an Instagram for a long time Get time now. On the app's front screen, choose one of the many layouts, then tap each square once to create an image, or choose one from your camera's gallery, Facebook, or Dropbox. Images can be rotated and zoomed within their images so you can focus on the most important parts of each image.
sixteenth Improve your Facetune portraiture
Make sure your Facebook friends or potential Tinder matches always look their best by applying your FaceTune portrait selfie shots – it's like a mobile Photoshop to your face. On the main screen, tap Lighten to whiten your teeth, Smooth to remove wrinkles, or Tones to hide dark spots under your eyes. "Details" can enhance your eyes (or any other winning feature) and "Patch" can remove stains, while "Reshape" improves the symmetry of the image and lets you move parts of your face like putty.
17th Cut people from shooting with a better camera
One of the tricks that Android App's A Better Camera brings to the table is removing objects or people from Your pictures with a few taps. It focuses on moving targets, so you can save your landscape shots even when someone walks in front of the lens. On the Shooting screen, tap the Modes button (bottom right), and then select Smart Multishot. Tapping the shutter button will take multiple pictures in quick succession. Select "Remove Object" and you can then tap moving objects or people to remove them.
18th Sort your photos easier in SmugMug
You can not take pictures with SmugMug, but it's a handy app to organize on your mobile devices and the Web. One way is to filter by keywords so you can instantly get all of your children's photos with a simple search, even if they span several years (assuming you've all assigned correct keywords first). There's also a photo rating filter in SmugMug so you can keep your favorite five-star snapshot handy.
19th Level up 500px perspective problems
500px is ideal for discovering new photographers and sharing your own work. But even the photo-appointment component of the mobile app is worth a look – it contains tools developed by Adobe for its own Photoshop software. To correct perspective issues (for example, if you've photographed a lighthouse from below), tap the "Post" button below a picture: "Layer" aligns the main lines in the photo without changing the angle, "Vertical" fits the picture that vertical lines are straight from top to bottom, and "Full" corrects for both vertical and horizontal lines.
20th Matching Shadows and Lights with Snapseed
Google has just released an update to its photo editing app, Snapseed, and one of the larger changes is a new highlight tool, in addition to the existing shadows is used . With these features, you can lighten dark areas of your image and soften brighter areas to make details more clear. When the picture is open, tap the plus icon, and then tap Tune. Touch and drag on the image to select "Shadow" or "Lights," and then drag your finger across the screen from left to right to make adjustments.
21st Use the Hardware Buttons
For some, this will be a second nature, but not everyone has stumbled upon this tip: on iPhones and most Android phones, you can use the volume control buttons instead of pressing the shutter button on the screen. Fact is, Windows Phone devices have a separate hardware button on the page specifically for this purpose. It's usually a more natural way to take a photo, and you can keep your smartphone safer while trying to make the perfect shot (or selfie).