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Jul 5, 2021 at 12:00 PM #299068ContributorKeymaster
by Melanie Alberto
Looking for good quality editing apps? Here are some good recommendations just for you!
To those who consider themselves as beginners, PicsArt is the best editing app for you to try on. The basic membership has limited features but you can upgrade to premium anytime. It is still a good app and has a high rate.
Ever since I discovered PicsArt during high school, it became one of my top favorites. It is easy to use and navigate since the options are easy to understand. There are also a lot of things you can explore and make your picture way more creative by just adding stickers or background. I love using this editing app because it makes my picture look like it was done by professionals. Furthermore, it is also acknowledged by professional editors. If I rate my experience in using this editing app, it will be 4.5 out of 5!
Adobe Photoshop is my most favorite editing app. We need some basic knowledge in using this editing app since it’s not easy like PicsArt. To be honest, it really takes time to study each feature but exploring things you don’t know is a good thing! As we all know, Adobe Photoshop is commonly used by professionals to edit pictures.
Personally, this is the editing app I highly recommended to everyone. Since I believe that having your own experience will make you sharpen your editing skills. Aside from that, I like making my own presets and Adobe Photoshop allows me to do so. Just by adjusting the features can already make your pictures portray different moods and vibes. What I especially like about Adobe Photoshop is that you can remove the watermarks without actually paying for it. Yes! For free! Plus the option of how much quality your pictures you want to be. I would rate this editing app 5 out of 5.
At first, I am not really fond of VSCO as my editing app due to its limited presets. First , I really don’t like spending money when it comes to editing since my expenses don’t prioritize my hobbies. If I’m making money out of it, I’d definitely invest on it though.
However, VSCO is the most popular editing app for people who are the same age as mine. They say it is easy to navigate and already have presets that you can pick any time. Additionally, it is not a time consuming app which is really good. The presets are also good and have such a vibe. Most people I know use and prefer VSCO. I would rate it a 4 out of 5.
This is another editing app that is also fast and easy to use. When I was still a beginner and didn’t have any clue which app to use aside from PicsArt, my editor friend recommended Snapseed as an alternative editing app. The selective tool it has is awesome and really convenient. I have only tried this app once since then I have never used as I discovered Adobe Photoshop. However, Most of the feedback I hear from this editing app is good and remarkable enough. It is also a good recommendation for beginners. I will rate this app a 3.5 out of 5 given the fact that I don’t have much experience from it.
Although it is low compared to others, it doesn’t mean it’s a bad review. In fact, you should try it for yourself. This is just still my opinion.
Adobe Lightroom is another editing app that I have also only used once if I remember it correctly. I just really prefer Photoshop over this one. Yet, this editing app has a remarkably good review rate. This is also one of the most commonly used editing apps and I know lots of people using this for editing their pictures.
Adobe Lightroom also has an app where you can access free presets for you to use. I will rate it 3.5 as well since my experience with this editing app is only little.
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