PicMonkey is an ideal solution for companies that want to add branded elements to their photos. The app lets you customise your colour palette, store branded fonts, and keep your logo on file to overlay on images. One of the major downsides to PicMonkey when compared to others on this list is its price. PicMonkey is available for $5.99 per month for a basic plan and $9.99 per month for a pro plan, making it one of the more expensive options in this section of our guide. But the rave reviews from users may make it worthy of trying out. PicMonkey is available for iOS and Android, and is available on desktop via a Chrome extension.
Creating interesting animations is easy. If you can visualize your idea, it’ll be a cakewalk. You begin by creating a title for your project. Flipaclip has a few in-built backgrounds to get you started with your animated movie or you can import your custom background as well. Once done, it takes you to the canvas and you can draw each frame. To add frames just add the Plus button below. The added advantage of onion frame is that it shows a translucent image of the previous frame for reference which makes the whole animation process easier. You can choose up to three layers while creating your animation in the free version. When you’re done with the frames you can play your video and I can already tell it looks awesome and save it on your phone. There are however some features locked in the premium version which I’m sure you’ll love to have once you start making videos with it.
Most big Instagrammers use Adobe Lightroom to edit their photos on their computers, but the same application is available on the phone. Adobe Lightroom is an all-inclusive application that allows users to edit anything from basic edits such as “Exposure” and “Contrast” to advanced editing like “Tone Curve”, “Split Toning”, “Dehaze” and “Lens Correction”.
Creating a great time lapse video takes a lot of careful planning and requires you to find the perfect location – unless you are using this awesome video editing app. Lapse greatly reduces the time it takes to create a time lapse video by shooting a steady stream of photos and then splices those photos together. Once completed, it renders the video in mere seconds.
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