The Best photography applications
While phone manufacturers are racing to see which native image-taking application will be better, over time it may turn out that more demanding users are not enough. The beauty of the Android system is, among other things, a very extensive Play Store with hundreds of thousands of free applications. If the standard camera on our phone is not enough, we advise you on what tools you can use to make our pictures taken by phone even more interesting.
VSCO is an mobile app for taking photos with artistic flair. While it may be cheap to work with some filters, there are a large number of people who are not a problem and consider it a great way to make a small artwork from a regular photo. Especially when the filters are as high quality as those proposed by VSCO.
In addition to presets, we also find many useful tools such as cropping, exposure, color temperature, contrast and many other useful sliders to manipulate the photo. VSCO also supports RAW formats for iOS for some time, so you can expect this option soon on Android.
The minus is the lack of camera zoom and very intuitive menus, which even the most patient can sometimes out of balance, due to unusual character markings and the use of unusual icons.
Camera FV-5 is a professional tool that resembles our professional-grade DSLR camera. In this case, we get the ability to manually set almost all parameters known from professional cameras. With the Camera FV-5, you can change the exposure with compensation, ISO, light metering (spot, total, area) and white balance. The application on Android 5.0 allows you to save RAW or DNG images, which opens the possibility of post-production of the photo.