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Android Photography: A few tips

Posted In News - By DailyAndroidNews on Sunday, October 13th, 2013 With No Comments »


We live in an age where we carry with us, (on smartphones) around a multipurpose device that can pass through a computer, a notebook, a phone and among other things, a camera. This is what has led to things like Instagram flourish between the community and have a great acceptance because users are in these applications a quick and easy way to share their art on the go . Unfortunately, a few days ago we talked about a huge problem in Instagram (with respect to their new terms of service) and although it seemed that “the user heard” things changed a little of anything, everything seems to just unfair. But more to talk about alternatives to things like Instagram and Hipstamatic for Android in this post, the idea is to talk about how to make the photographic potential of your device:

1) Best Camera Application

We have different nominees in this respect, and in this order, these are the best: CameraZoomFX This app is definitely the best camera application for Android, will not talk about its features specifically in this post (it is that’s for a different ) but enough to know that an application is professional and easy to use that lets you squeeze all the potential your android camera with features like: Steady Shot, Voice Activation Mode, Burst, Timelapse, Collage, Study Edition, Zoom and lots more. Vignette Camera Application for Android More professional existence. It is quite powerful and filters / features offered are of high quality, However, the UI is primarily text-based and uses technical terms that may not understand if you do not know photography.What I do not like about this app is that it is poorly designed in the aspect that the user has to give a lot back to get something and when we take photos, things usually have to be fast … However, if you are a professional, you should definitely give it a spin. Pudding Camera This app is something like a GUI styleHipstamatic  for Android and although it is quite practical, easy to use and interesting, it has two major flaws: 1) the low output resolution offered and 2) similar to what happens with Vignette , one first select and customize a filter to use and then you can see your scene to take the photo, which is not very practical to say when we want to shoot something . 

2) Best Filters


We talked a little filters in the previous section, and the reality is, that we reviewed 3 apps have the ability to edit our photos with a stack of filters specific to each one, but if we use the best alternative, we have to go to the next one: Pixlr-O-Matic is a very handy app that has an impressive array of filters, frames and overlays of very good quality that we can use to edit our pictures and make them look better, similar or more personal one of my favorite apps on android phone with a pretty nice GUI, plus interesting options and extra utilities.3) Best places to share

If you want a specific place to build a personal photo portfolio, feel free to use the following options:365Project I ‘ve talked before on this site / photo community that while not well known itself is a great thing to say objective truth and has a very entertaining: Take a picture DAILY no matter where we are or what we do in order to foster creativity. Pinterest If yours is more individualistic but still want to publicize your work, be sure to use Pinterest a relatively new social network that is based especially on the sharing of images and other content with a focus very curious: your interests. It’s a pretty handy site to publicize your work in a format attractive and practical. Ending … And so good with that ends this post … At the end of the day, that the camera is taking good pictures is like saying a guitar is playing good songs. The tool does not makes perfect and these are just some tips of applications and utilities that will help a little if using an Android device, but that does not mean you become a better photographer (a) See you there!

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