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These 7 Apps Will Take Your Travel Photos To The Next Level

By Bianca Lambert

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Taking stellar travel photos isn’t as simple as the travel accounts on your timeline make it look. It takes practice, a good eye, and a little editing to bring the pictures you see life. Thanks to technology, you no longer need a bulky camera or fancy editing software to create eye-catching photos.  Here are 7 apps that will take your creative genius to the next level.

Foodie

This app is named perfectly. With over 30 different filters specifically titled to match the type of food you’re capturing for the gram, the app will make capturing the perfect snap a breeze.

A Color Story

Another fan favorite, A Color Story can make your next travel #ootd photo perfection with over 300 filters designed by top photographers. The app even offers video editing options as well.

Snapseed

Just captured a picture of a beautiful sunset overlooking the Grand Canyon? Snapseed makes it easy to brighten, sharpen, and add shadows to landscape photos with its easy-to-use editing tools.

VSCO

VSCO is a cult favorite of photographers because of its manual camera options that allow you to adjust shutter speed, white balance, and ISO before taking your next photo. The app also offers adjustable filters if your photo needs a little extra pop.

Facetune

We all have our imperfections. Some of us own them, while some of us want to ensure we are flawless at all times — especially in our vacation pictures. With Facetune, you can whiten your teeth, remove a blemish, get rid of wrinkles (in your clothes), the possibilities are endless.


Fotograf

Many travel, food, and lifestyle bloggers love this app because of the cool features, including the ability to make custom preset filters. The filters make it easy to edit photos without making them look overprocessed. 

Adobe Lightroom CC

If you’re familiar with using Photoshop or Lightroom, this app is a mobile extension of the software you use daily. Not only can you edit your photos and video, but the premium features of the app allow you to organize your captures and send them to contacts seamlessly.

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