Photography is one of the most interesting fields when it comes to hobbies and professionalism. There is also a big difference when you consider the two situations. Photography as a hobby can be enjoyed by the amateur and the professional. Professional photography is however for those that have taken time to study, work on and invest in this field for commercial and customer satisfaction purposes. It is however a field that everyone has tried or can try. With the Smartphones adorning some of the best cameras today, it is not that hard to find a place to begin. Amateur photography does not necessarily mean bad photography. It could also mean photography by inexperienced photographers. This simply means that the individual dong the photography may not have the expertise that a professional may have but will have the basic knowledge on how to do basic shots.
As an amateur photographer you will need all the help you can get. Thanks to apps today, you can cut corners on processing your photos to improve them. What the amateur may lack in terms of professionalism can be made up for using some really cool apps. Here are the top 3 apps for the amateur photographer.
The wonders of Camera+ app
This is a basically all you might need when it comes to your amateur photography work. The popular application comes with features like self timer, stabilizer and many effects, borders and effects. This is a sure way of bridging the gap between the professional and the amateurs. The Camera+ app has the ability to separate the exposure and the focus points for better imaging at the end of the day. This simply means that you have the ability to brighten the dark parts of our photos without having to change their general look. This is an ideal feature especially if you do not know how to work with lighting professionally. Other are additional effects that you can use to improve the image in the same app which makes it a must have for any amateur.
Big lens app for your aperture and shutter speed effects
Big lens allows you to manage the aperture of your camera. This gives the same effects one would get form a normal high end camera where the shutter speeds and the aperture are manipulated to produce blurs where needed. If you are taking a picture and need the front or the back highlighted, this is an ideal apps to highlight the part you need and blur the rest effectively.
Go Vintage with Shakeit
If you are looking for the Polaroid camera effect, shake it is the way to go. You will however literally need to shake you camera to create the effect. The pictures produce a vintage look that looks great especially when produced on canvas or any other print out job.
There are many more camera apps that you can go for your amateur photography. Picking what you need can be a nightmare at times. All you need is to know what you love and the kind of effects you prefer most in your photos and pick the app that applies to the field specifically.