Tech on Tuesday: Picture Perfect Photo & Camera Apps

How many clicks does it take to capture the perfect photo?

If you’re anything like me, the answer is probably a lot.

Luckily, there’s a few apps that can help you snap the picture perfect selfie. See how they work in this week’s Tech on Tuesday!


TouchRetouch is one of my new favorite apps. This app gives you all the tools you need to remove unwanted content from your photos. What kind of content can you remove? Telephone posts and power lines, pimples and skin blemishes, photobombers, street signs, and anything else you feel is spoiling your photo. The best part about this app is how easy it is to use. At $1.99 in the App Store, this app is a must-have. The only downside is that it’s only available for iOS devices.

ProCam 6

If you’re looking for more control over your camera settings, give the ProCam 6 a try. This app offers manual camera controls to turn your phone into a DSLR camera. ProCam 6 offers shooting modes like night mode and burst mode, along with slow shutter mode. ProCam 6 also offers manual exposure, shutter speed, ISO, focus and white balance controls. My only complaint with this app is how complicated it can seem. This app is best for a more advanced photographer, one who is familiar with typical camera settings.


Advertised as “every photo app you’ve ever needed, wanted or dreamed of combined into one powerful, beautifully designed photo editor,” Enlight is one of the most comprehensive photo editing apps out there. This app offers all of the usual editing tools, along with the ability to convert your photos into artistic masterpieces. You can also personalize your photos with decorative touches like adding writing, decals and customized boarders and frames. An added bonus, the app is incredibly user-friendly!

Enlight Quickshot

Enlight Quickshot is your tool to capture action quickly. With the Quickshot mode, the app automatically aligns, straightens and enhances your photos while you are taking them so you can perfectly capture that fleeting moment in time. Enlight Quickshot also offers Strobe mode, which mimics strobe lights and long exposures for unbelievable, stylized action images.


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