These photos were all taken with the iPhone 7Plus. I used the editing app ReTouch for removing unwanted lines (wires and cables). I also used the iPhone’s native editing tools for cropping and lighting.
My new iPhone 7Plus camera has already impressed me with the sharp, crisp pictures it takes. It is a 12MP camera, with a wide angle f/1.8 aperture lens, and a telephoto with an f/2.8 aperture lens, making it well equipped to take amazing portraits. The optical zoom at 2x, helps bring things close, without distorting the image.
Like many of us, I like to edit my photos to add interest, so this week I began researching editing apps that are available for use on IOS phones.
Some of my older photos are, truthfully, not that great. I have photos that are messy and have a bit of “noise” in the photo. I read about an app called TouchReTouch, that can easily remove unwanted things from a photo, making it more interesting to the viewer. **It is available through the Apple Store. This app requires IOS 9.0 or later. It is compatible with i-Phone, i-Pad, and iPod touch.
The Touch Retouch app offers 5 editing tools:
- Removing unwanted objects
2. Removing lines
3. Removing small objects quickly
4. Removing blemishes
5. Using a clone stamp
The app includes simple to follow tutorials for each function making it easy to use.
I tested out the Removing Unwanted Object feature, and it worked GREAT!
FROM THIS…………………………………………………………..TO THIS! So easy!
I love this the Touch-Retouch app, and plan on using it in the future!