5x7ft Simple Brown Backdrop Minimalistic Brown Snowflake Glitter Photography Background and Studio Photography Backdrop Props. Yesterday’s price: US $22.88 (20.57 EUR). Today’s price (February 18, 2019): US $16.47 (14.78 EUR). Discount: 28%. #Camera #Photo #background #glitter
The Top 7 Photography Apps for Your Smartphones and Tablets Advance mobile technology has allowed us to get the most of our smartphones and tablets. Aside from sending SMS, calling and browsing, smartphones can now be used as digital camera substitutes. A lot of people who own tablets also use their devices to take photos. Although these gadgets can not really compare with high-end point-and-shoots and SLRs in terms of photo quality, there are apps that allow users to come up with pictures that are more than the ordinary. Here are seven apps that smartphone and tablet users can use to improve their photographic experience. The apps are divided according to their function or main feature. Editing and Filtering Apps The most popular photo apps are the ones used for editing and / or filtering pictures. These apps give anyone the chance to come up with a photo that he or she can be proud of. 1. Instagram (Android, iOS) Probably the most popular photo editing app in the market, Instagram is favored by many smartphone and tablet users because it is multi-functional. Aside from allowing you to take photos and filter or add effects to them, this app also acts as a social network. You can easily post and share your photos to friends and followers. You can connect your Instagram account with your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Instagram has filters (both custom and standard ones) that are the simplest to use. The filters allow you to add special effects to your photos so they'll have more depth. You'll find its "selective focus dropper" quite useful, too. Aside from smartphone and tablet, Instagram can also be accessed through a computer. 2. Hipstamatic (iOS) iPhone users shoot square photos using the digital photography app Hipstamatic. Photos can then be edited to look rustic, as if they were taken using an antique camera type. This is possible because of software filters and effects. The app has three kinds of flashes, four lenses and three types of film that you can choose from. Additional effects can be purchased if you are not contented with the free ones. People who like analog-like photos use Hipstamatic. 3. Snapseed (iOS and Android) Launched as Snapseed Mobile for the iPad back in 2011, this photo app allows users to edit a portion or the whole part of the picture. It's easy-to-use: there's an auto-correct function that can work wonders on your photo's brightness, contrast, color, texture.