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  1. Jwit Not a doctor, but plays one on ΩF Jan 24, 2017

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    My apologies if there is already a thread about this. I searched a bit and didnt find any definite list of sorts.

    I was thinking that we all take all these watch photos with our phones and some of us go crazy with editing and others don't edit at all. So my question for everyone is; What do you guys use to edit your photos on your phone?

    I personally use VSCO because it has a wide variety of tweaks and I can adjust the strength of filters if I choose to use one. Instagram has adopted a lot of these features recently so sometimes I'll do additional editing in IG or with my iPhone editing system.

    Here are some of my photos


    -Jake
     
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  2. Jking something intelligent and witty... Jan 24, 2017

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    Those are two very nice constellations Jake. I'd like to track down a nice black dialed one like yours as my first vintage.
     
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  3. Jwit Not a doctor, but plays one on ΩF Jan 24, 2017

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    Thank you! The black dialed one was actually my paternal grandfather's and the reason I found OF looking to get it serviced correctly. Original thread etc here: https://omegaforums.net/threads/followed-up-constellation-168-010-looking-for-advice.44400/
    And the second one was actually a goodwill find: https://omegaforums.net/threads/with-all-these-goodwill-threads-i-decided-to-visit-one.50098/
     
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  4. bryanmanio Jan 25, 2017

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    I'm a huge fan of VSCO as well. Their mobile app is great, but their lightroom plugins are on a whole different level.

    Everything on my exposure site used VSCO in some form or another, mostly Kodak Portra 800 +

    https://bryanmanio.exposure.co/tokyo
     
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  5. Darlinboy Pratts! Will I B******S!!! Jan 25, 2017

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    Pixlr on the iPhone, Pixelmator on the iPad. :thumbsup:
     
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  6. Interstatetime Jan 29, 2017

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    Adobe Photoshop user since version 1.x....Adobe Lightroom for some batch processing.

    JohnCote
     
  7. JohnSteed Jan 29, 2017

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    I've been wanting to 'shop' on my iPhone for a good app that allows multiple photos on one photo...which one is it???
     
  8. Jwit Not a doctor, but plays one on ΩF Jan 29, 2017

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    I've been playing around with Pixlr per @Darlinboy's recommendation above. And it looks to have a double exposure feature. Haven't used it yet.... I'm gunna try now
     
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  9. JohnSteed Jan 29, 2017

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    Cool!
     
  10. Jwit Not a doctor, but plays one on ΩF Jan 29, 2017

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  11. JohnSteed Jan 29, 2017

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    I'm in!!! ::facepalm2::


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  12. JohnSteed Jan 29, 2017

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    Layout seems pretty good too. Pic above is unfiltered btw
     
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  13. onthedial Feb 23, 2017

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    For mobile shots (iPhone) I have used VSCO, Snapseed, Afterlight, and Tadaa. They all have their merits, although I probably use VSCO the most.
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  14. ncstate1201 Mar 4, 2017

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    Are these available on Droid or any recommendations from forum members on Droid apps for editing photos?
     
  15. Jwit Not a doctor, but plays one on ΩF Mar 4, 2017

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    VSCO should be available for android... if I remember correctly I used it while I had a galaxy. Unsure of the others but if there are free ones out there I've them a shot and keep us posted please!
     
  16. chhipa Mar 8, 2017

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    Cool Pics....
     
  17. JohnSteed Apr 9, 2017

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    Layout really is nice

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  18. MaiLollo Apr 22, 2017

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    I use snapseed, its great for pics taken with the phone ;) IMG_5134.JPG
     
  19. speedybob Apr 27, 2017

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    I didn't start taking photos with iPhone until I acquired an iPhone 7 about two months ago...I always shoot with my D750.
    I use two apps for taking and processing pictures:

    1. For taking pictures I use ProCam 4.
    I really love it. It can shoot RAW and TIFF and give me the ability to manually control the iPhone camera: exposure (ISO and shutter speed), white balance, focus. Can be used to shoot video too and also time lapse. It's a paid app, cost me about $4, but it's worth it.

    2. For editing I use Snapseed.
    Love this app. It's free and really easy to use. I tried mobile Lightroom for a while, cause Lightroom 6 (stand alone) is what I use on my desktop, but I don't like it and I don't like the subscription idea, so before the trial period was over I uninstalled the app.
     
  20. Gauvain Apr 27, 2017

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    VSCO is definitely available on Android, I used to use it on my Nexus 5. I find myself using the standard phone camera app more and edit the pictures with Snapseed too.

    For B&W photographs, you should take a look at Lenka (iOS and Android)
     
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