PHOTO & VIDEO
SNAP, FILM, EDIT & SHARE
BY LEANNE HAYS
8mm Vintage Camera
Eight lenses, thirteen
film types, optional projector sound and jitters,
and the ability to import a soundtrack
from iTunes make this versatile app a
great addition to your iPhone.
Try this app for a modern cinematic look.
Shoot with automatic or
manual settings, experiment with blue
screen, stop motion, and time lapse,
then edit and share your creation.
A bit of a cheat, but
this app can smooth
skin, slim your face, and
make your eyes and teeth sparkle.
Create video selfies with animal animations or go for a more natural look.
Turn video and photo
clips into movies
in mere minutes.
Choose your content, template, and
soundtrack, and Quik assembles your
video. Share with friends and family to
spread the smiles!
Crop, rotate, adjust
temperature and expo-
sure, change perspec-
tives, add lens blur, and choose from
dozens of filters. I can’t believe this
app is free!
See your favorite pho-
tos through new eyes;
the Waterlogue app
turns landscapes, architecture, pets,
and people into frame-worthy water-
color images with the tap of a button.
Bazaart Photo Editor
Create custom cards,
posts, You Tube thumbnails, and col-
lages with your own photos or Ba-
zaart’s massive library of HD options.
1967: Retro Filters &
Get the perfectly im-
perfect look of film
photography right on your iPhone.
Crop, add filters, adjust opacity, and
add a sprinkling of dust to age and
add character to your snapshots.
Want to experiment
Spectre app uses AI to adjust light
levels, keep the shot steady, and even
cut unwanted people and vehicles out
of your images.
(Free, $19.99 for pro)
Focus on form and
texture with this black
and white photography
app. Processing and some filters are
free; textures, borders, and additional
filters come with full access.
With so many
photo and vid-
eo app choices
available, it can
be difficult to
find just the right
one. Give a few
of these a try to discover the
look and style you’re going for.
If you’ve found an app you love
that I haven’t mentioned, let
me know why it’s your favorite