Photo Sharing: iPhone and mobile devices

Pea-n-Me

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 18, 2004
so, I left the DSLR at home and just relied on my iPhone to capture the memories.
Glad I did.
I have spent a number of Disney trips behind the camera - this time, I was able to enjoy the experience a bit more and I was pretty happy with the iPhone shots.
Here are some of my favorites off the iPhone - processed on-phone with Snapseed:







Nice, Goofdad! I'm sorry, I hadn't noticed them before, but it was time to bump this up anyway!
 

Soupermom

DIS Veteran
Joined
Feb 12, 2004
When you all mention filtering, is this something you are doing on your phone with an App, and if so, is it a setting BEFORE you shoot, or editing AFTER you shoot? I can filter on my laptop, but have never done so on a phone. Great thread BTW!
 
  • Croston3

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    May 17, 2014
    When you all mention filtering, is this something you are doing on your phone with an App, and if so, is it a setting BEFORE you shoot, or editing AFTER you shoot? I can filter on my laptop, but have never done so on a phone. Great thread BTW!
    My go to app for photo editing on my phone is Snapseed. You can open this app, upload a picture you've taken, and enhance, crop, rotate, sharpen, or almost anything you'd like to that photo. Then share your new and improved photo. ColorSplash is another fun app. Once you get used to using these apps you'll have a lot of fun seeing what you can do with them!

    Ironically, I only edit pics I've taken with my phone. I don't edit my dSLR pics.
     

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