Best photo editing apps for ipad 3


While the iPad 1 & 2 were always great for mobile photo editing, the new iPad, with its Retina display and 5-megapixel camera has made Apple’s tablet into a powerful photography tool for both professional and amateur photo enthusiasts.If you would like to get started editing and working with photos and images on your iPad, take a look at this list of top photo apps that we’ve compiled. Each one is unique and the perfect edition to any photo editing arsenal.

iPhoto ($4.99)

Apple’s well known Mac photo application has been brought to iOS, and it’s better than ever. With this app, you can browse, edit, and share your photos from your iPad, and enhance your pictures with Apple’s included effects. Multi-touch controls allow users to use their fingertips as brushes to apply adjustments to specific sections of photos, and AirPlay support allows you to share photos between your devices and display them on your Apple TV.

Photoshop Touch ($9.99)

With Adobe’s version of Photoshop for the iPad, you can manipulate your photos and images in all new ways. The app includes popular Photoshop features like layers, selection tools, adjustments, and filters, all of which can be combined to create the perfect work of art. Adobe’s new Scribble Selection tool makes extraction editing on the iPad a breeze – just draw on the item you want to remove from a photo, apply the Refine Edge tool, and you’ll have desktop quality edited photos in no time at all.

Photogene for iPad ($2.99)
This longtime favorite has been a staple on our iDevices for years, and it does everything you need in a photo editing app. We’ve tested this app time and time again, and it always makes our photos look better, from DSLR to point and shoot. The app offers a wide selection of photo editing tools, and with its quick and responsive interface, photo touchups are simple. This app also supports RAW formats and can edit very large photos, which is handy. Photogene has been carefully refined since 2010, and it shows.

Snapseed ($4.99)
Snapseed, from Nik Software, is arguably the best photo editing app available for the iPad, which is why it was voted iPad app of the year by Apple in 2011. With Snapseed’s advanced features and powerful tools, you can turn your photos from blah to amazing in just a few taps. This app’s one-touch auto correct is by far the best of any photo app, and its filters, like Drama, Vintage, and Grunge, consistently produce amazing images that can’t be achieved with any other photo editing app, desktop or mobile.Snapseed is by far the best photo editing tool in my opinion. Its not free but worth buying. iPhoto looks great and has a few neat touches that snapseed doesn’t but it’s still not as good. I use snapseed and then what snapseed can’t do I edit in iPhoto lol.PhoroForge looks like the max image size that you can save is 1600 x 1200 – not the best for printing, but otherwise it looks good. I wonder why iPhoto gets only 3 stars on the App Store reviews? (I’ve bought too many photo apps already does PhotoForge stand out…I think I like it so much because it reminds so much of PS which is something I worked on at school for a long time. Another one of those programs that I got quite addicted too But, honestly, it’s not very fair of me to judge iPhoto in comparison, as I didn’t give it a very fair shot. I tend to get bored easily and if I don’t like what I see within the first 10 mins or so, I start looking somewhere else. My husband is actually the one who found Forge for me, and for the reason of it having such rave reviews, I gave it a shot and got hooked within the first 2 mins. I love having the ability to add effects and filters. I don’t believe I saw those options in iPhoto? Correct me if I’m wrong.If you dot mind me asking, what sort of projects do you enjoy working on the most and do you have a program you favor more so than others?

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