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Photography is not hard. It may seem hard for a beginner. In this articles are easy to follow photo techniques you can start using right now. This is an easy technique to take better shots. Be sure to practice as much as possible and experiment with different ideas and techniques as well.
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6 must-have travel photography apps for iOS and Android

While we love Instagram, there’s more to life than plopping a Valencia filter on your photos. Whether you’re looking to enhance pictures with fun graphics, have better storage options, or take DSLR-quality photos, there’s an app for that. Below are some of the hottest new photo apps to help you capture and archive your journey:

1. Bevy (iOS & Android; $349+). The reason this app is so expensive is that it requires you to invest in the wireless storage device it pairs with. That being said, if you travel as a group and want to easily sync your photos and videos, it could be a great investment. The app collects media from everyone in the group and stores it offline on the device without the need for manual backups. While pre-orders are sold out, Bevy officially launches in October.

2. Foap (iOS & Android, free). One of the many apps that helps travel photographers make money, Foap connects you with brands that give you assignments (think “awesome feet selfies” and “me and my bicycle”) and sells your pictures for $5 in the Foap Market. It also functions as regular ol’ social media, in that users can follow each other and like or comment on photos. A few other apps with similar models include Snapwire, Clashot and Scoopshot.

3. 645 Pro Mk III (iOS; $3.99). This app is just as technical as it sounds — it turns your smartphone into a DSLR interface. While it takes a bit of getting used to, once you do, you’ll be able to manipulate exposure, white balance and focus — and there’s even histogram data, shutter speed and aperture priority modes, and post processing tools. For an Android semi-equivalent, try Camera FV-5 ($3.95). Both apps are great for travelers wanting to take professional-quality photos without lugging around a professional camera.

4. TouchRetouch (iOS & Android; $1.99). I hate taking an awesome travel photo only to have it marred by a garbage can or telephone pole. That’s where TouchRetouch comes in, as you can easily remove unwanted objects by simply swiping your finger. While there are a few apps out there that do this, the clarity and precision on this one is superb and very worth shelling out a couple dollars for.

5. Lenstag (iOS & Android, free). While Lenstag won’t help you take better photographs, it will keep your gear protected. The complimentary registration database allows you upload gear photos and serial numbers. If an item is stolen Lenstag creates a public page to help track it down.

6. PicLab (iOS & Android; free). To add a bit of fun to your travel photos, PicLab lets you enhance them with typography, graphics, filters, collage effects, shapes, borders and other additions, with the ability to (of course) share your creation on social media.
Here’s a tip: No matter which app or gadget you go for, make sure to keep simple tips for stellar travel photography in mind, such as the Rule of Thirds and leading into a frame with natural lines, as there’s no replacement for creativity and skill.

Jessica Festa is the founder on the solo and offbeat travel blog, Jessie on a Journey, and the online responsible tourism and culture magazine, Epicure & Culture. She’s constantly searching for local experiences beyond the guidebook. You can follow her travels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.