Ever since I was little, I have always liked editing pictures and creating something which I could look back on in the future and remember what my life was like. I did try keeping a diary/journal on and off for a few years, and although I enjoyed it, I couldn't keep up with writing regularly, so that was given up. I then decided to have a go at scrapbooking, as it was a way I could record all my pictures, and also have a excuse to buy new stationery :), but after seeing everything was really expensive, I decided to just stick with what I was doing, but use some proper editing apps instead of the default I0S editing platform.
PicCollage. This is my favourite editing app ever. This is an app where I can create virtual scrapbook pages that I can save to my IPod or my computer! After their update, you can change the background colour, layout and there are so many cute stickers to use, and most of them are free which is a added bonus! I would really recommend this for anyone who is like me, and loves putting together little cute pages to look back on. Oh, and I forgot to say, it's free!
Instagram. I love this, as there are lots of filters that can really enhance your picture. Instagram is one of my favourite social media accounts, as I love sharing my pictures with my friends and family! If you don't want to share the picture, just edit your photo and take a screenshot of it, simples! This app is free too, which is a bonus.
PicCandy. I mentioned above in PicCollage that you can add little sticker doodles to your collages, but if you only want to add doodles to one image, this is the app for you! The stickers are really cute, and I love making my photos fun and creative. You can also add pretty watermarks to your photos if you wanted to, so you could use the cute image on your blog!
Afterlight. This is a app which I only heard about recently, and already it is on my favourites list! No longer need to worry about taking your pictures in natural light, because this app will brighten the photos to make it look like you took the photo right next to a window, even if you didn't. It will get rid of that orangey tinge too, if the picture relied on indoor lighting.
What are your favourite editing apps?