linasmile

Hi Lovely.

Welcome to my blog. My name is Lina. I am a foodie, IIN health coach, wellness blogger and earth lover. I want to share with you my healthy recipes, natural beauty tips and bits a pieces of my daily life. I hope to inspire you to live a happier and healthier life.

Apps I Use to Edit My Instagram Pictures

Apps I Use to Edit My Instagram Pictures

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This is probably the most asked question I get every day. I thought I would give you some tips to take your IG photography to the next level.

Editing, in my opinion, is the most fun and also time-consuming part of the creative process. I think you can take an image to the next level using the right editing tools. It is important to mention, I edit my food photos very differently than my lifestyle photos. I usually take most of my lifestyle photos with my iPhone 8, it takes amazing photos you just need to find the right lighting.


   Taken with iPhone 8 Edited with Lightroom Mobile      Vibrance + 11, Saturation +2, Sharpening +40, Detail +44, Masking +12, Contrast +13, Highlights -73, Shadows +73, Whites +32

Taken with iPhone 8 Edited with Lightroom Mobile

Vibrance + 11, Saturation +2, Sharpening +40, Detail +44, Masking +12, Contrast +13, Highlights -73, Shadows +73, Whites +32

Apps I use to edit IG photos

  1. The first app is Lightroom Mobile - This app is completely free on Itunes. I love to use it because it has great features. The one I love the most is the copy and paste settings which allows you to give your images a cohesive look (theme). Please note it depends on the lighting and settings to get the same look, sometimes I have to go in a adjust the temperature and exposure.

  2. Facetune App - I love facetune to use their patch feature which allows you to remove people from the background lol . It is not perfect but it gets the job done for IG.

  3. Instagram- I use the brightening tool on instagram and also the contrast to fill in the shadows.

There is no right or wrong formula, you need to experiment and find your own style of photography. Something else I recommend is to find what works for you and to practice practice practice. You will get better at it, and remember you don’t have to edit as I do. Find your own style and stick with it.

I hope this information was helpful and if you have more questions, send them over!

Love ,

Lina



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