Sharing photos during a trip and re-living the memories afterward makes taking pictures a must for most travelers. And what easier way to capture those memories than with your mobile phone? Here Italian Tripper Alberto Contestabili, a student of Visual Development, travel lover and iPhone aficionado, shares his favorite iPhone photo apps.
It’s still the top rated app for sharing pictures with your friends. The interface is very simple: snap or choose a photo from your iPhone’s Library, select one of the many filters, then share it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Forsquare, Flickr, email or with the Instagram community online. (for Android phones try: picplz)
Camera Bag, supported by Apple operating system, will allow you to select images from your camera roll library or instantly take a new photo with 14 different filter effects you can select and combine. This app is also available for Desktop usage on PC and Mac Platforms.
Pano, with a clean and simple interface, allows you to take 360-degree panorama images with a final resolution up to 6800×800. All images will automatically stitch together with no major distortion of the panorama. (for Android phones try: photaf)
This app is one of the few photo apps that lets you to have full control of the way you capture photos with your mobile phone. A few cool characteristics are the Anti-Shake, Self-timer, and 3 Shot Burst.
Developed by Nikon for iPhone. myPicturetown is a photo sharing/storage app that allows you to organize all photos you take with your iPhone by simply creating custom albums; ideal for multi-city trips.
That wraps up Alberto’s top 5 photo app picks. What are some of yours?