Like all other smartphone photography apps, Snapseed allows you to adjust image brightness and contrast, but it also allows you to add textures and frames. David Hay explains
Smartphones have transformed the way we take photographs. Many photographers use them as mobile notebooks while others use them to document potential locations before returning to photograph them with a ‘proper’ camera. However, as the quality of the cameras in smartphones has improved, they are increasingly being used for serious photography. Photographer Julian Calverley initially used his iPhone to record the position of his camera on a tripod at each location while waiting for the light. To pass the time, he started ...
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