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I do a little photography and this is an AMAZING app for editing my photos. I mean it’s really cool. But even if you aren’t a pro member you can’t even stick with the limited edits they allow you to use. It’s still trying to milk money even if you aren’t using it’s unlimited edits, because you can’t even save the photos you practice on just to experiment with the app. I used a couple of my photos to see just how much I’d really like it, and I really like it..but then as I attempted to save, it was telling me I had to go pro..like really? Just to save the edits that the app allowed me to use WITHOUT going pro, I can’t even save them? So in order for me to be able to save the photos I edit I have to pay. I just don’t think it’s worth going through that. I’d be okay even having advertisements pop up and them saying I have to pay for the ads to be removed. Versus saying I have to go pro just to save the photos I edit even though it’s limiting you enough.
I love this photo editor, it is truly an “all-in-one” one stop shop for all your mobile photo editing needs. The only thing I would like to see added (and if it’s already in it, then forgive me - I hope the creators would tell me how and where to find it), is a way to fade blemishes? For example, I have Face Tune on my phone and Photoshop on my computer to get rid of pimples and help perfect complexions on portraits. If I had that feature here, I wouldn’t need the FaceTune app. Adding a “brush” feature” where one could essentially “wipe away” unwanted blemishes, would make this beyond #1 editor in my book. I know there are other ways you can kind of do this, with lowering the contrast and detail a bit, brightening the image if possible or softening it, but again, if you really want to focus on the face and not touch the rest of the image, this feature would be amazing. Another idea, something as seen in OnOne Camera RAW (which is a desktop photo editor), but to be able to brush detail and light/color enhancement onto the human eye. To “zoom in”, on a portrait, and lighten/brighten the eye, even perhaps give a bit more detail? This feature in that software is called very simply, “magic eye fixer.” Anyway, that’s my two cents. Otherwise - I have the pro version and I love it. Thanks for making a great app!
I never write reviews but I had to on this one. I’m somewhat of a professional photographer in the fact I owned a video production company for 25yrs and shoot pics at 24-60frames a sec everyday! This app is extremely easy and user friendly! It works as intended and once you know how the app responds you can tailor your shooting accordingly to get the most from it. Can I create the same effect on a computer in photoshop? Absolutely. Can I do it in 5secs? Not a chance! This app can and I highly recommend it for the cost. It’s IS a monthly/yearly subscription to get all the filters but for me it’s worth it. I take hundreds of pic on my iPhone Xs Max every week or so. The camera on it is superior (in almost every way) to even my Canon 7D! You’ll love this app!!!
The free version is a decent photo editing app, with a handful of unique filters and some solid editing tools. But the available tools are pretty similar to the adjustments you can make in other free apps. I think it's worth having the free version for an extra handful of editing options, but unfortunately all of the features that really set the app apart require a monthly subscription. Personally, I didn't see much that made me want to commit to that. If I'm going to edit a photo professionally, I will go ahead and use photoshop on my desktop. I'm already paying an arm and a leg for that subscription, so I wasn't really interested in adding this one. If you could make a one time purchase for the app (that did not cost $60) or if you could pay by individual feature/filter, I would be more impressed. To me it wasn't worth the price, but maybe to others it's a good investment. Note: They do have their subscription fee on sale right now!
I too was initially having challenges with this app. In less than 24 hours - the support team was responding and several glitches were being addressed. As you can see from below I was not a happy camper- however totally ready to change my opinion on this app. Once I return home there will be a few more suggestions for the developers to consider. For right now! Awesome! ❤️❤️❤️ it. When you buy something you plan to use it! I purchased just 1 month app. You can use the editing program which has good qualities BUT you cannot save your new photos to your photo file. I ‘m a member in to 2 Camera clubs, haves photo following of over 28k.
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Enlight Quickshot: Edit Photos is ranking in Photo & Video & Utilities
Last update was at Jan 19, 2020and the current version is 1.4.108.
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