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THE 3 BEST PHOTO EDITING APPS WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT

Haven’t we all browsed the many inspiring accounts on Instagram, living vicariously through their seemingly-perfect lives. But trust us - it’s not all as shiny and effortless as it always seems! Keep on reading to discover the apps we love to edit our photos with!


OUR 3 ULTIMATE EDITING TIPS

TAKE A MILLION PHOTOS

You have created a great outfit, found a great spot and took three quick shots in the glaring sun only to find out in the evening that none of them turned out the way you wanted.

STRAIGHTEN YOUR HORIZON

Once you start noticing it there is no way to stop seeing it - make sure to always straighten your horizons on your images.

FIND YOUR OWN AESTHETICS

Have some fun and play around with different filters until you find an aesthetics that you love and continue using it!


1. VSCO

You can download the app for free and buy additional filters for a small price, making it a quick and cheap option to edit your photos! The below image has been edited with the Q5 filter.

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2. LIGHTROOM

Lightroom is basically your advanced version of VSCO - you can easily adjust brightness, shadows, exposure etc. - but you can also influencer colour tones such as turn yellow into less yellow, make your skin a little more tanned and much more!

You can also shop presets from your favourite influencers which will edit your photos with only once click! The below image has been edited with the Greece 8 filter by @doyoutravel.

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3. COLOURTUNE

This free app by Australian photographer @bonniecee is not only free - it also features amazing filters which turn every photo into a dream! Choose from Maldives-inspired filters to one-click edits for city shots and step up your editing game! The below image has been edited with the Seychelles filter.

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This piece has been contributed by @dom.overseas.
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