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7 Photo Apps for Android Photographers

I am often asked which photo apps I use on my Android device to edit and share my images. Here is an ever-evolving list of what I like using and recommend to Android photographers.  Most of these apps are also available for the iPhone. Snapseed is my go to app when I want to quickly edit […]

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  • Great post. I’ve really started liking Instagram for posting photos of my baby girl. I’m gonna have to check out some of the other apps.
    May I ask why you switched from iPhone and what you switched to?ReplyCancel

    • Lucrecer

      Misty, I am not loyal to one particular brand when it comes to smartphones. I was due for an upgrade a few years ago and I waited to see what Apple was going to do with the iPhone when I had the 2. Siri was the big upgrade and I was not impressed at all. So, I decided to give the Galaxy a try and I really liked the phone. Only thing I missed were some of the apps for the Apple ecosystem.ReplyCancel

  • Madam, I had never heard of most of these apps. Thank you for the thorough bammness of this post. I love your pictures!

    Keep rockin’ out!ReplyCancel

    • Lucrecer

      Ha! I have many more apps to share, Sili! I am glad to have shared a few that you did not know about. Now you have something to try out! And, thank you!!ReplyCancel

  • So, I had to rectify a couple of things. The fact that I was NOT following you on IG (why didn’t you force me at Type-A) and the fact that I’m not using some text on SOME of my IG photos. I love text. It is easier sometimes than typing the first comment. Thanks for this post!ReplyCancel

    • Lucrecer

      Natasha, it was very nice meeting you at Type-A. I do like the look of type on pictures and there are some good apps out there for it. Hope you are prospering in your photography and doing well!ReplyCancel

Do Something! Stop Waiting to Feel Creative

If you are waiting for inspiration to hit you like a ton of bricks, you may be waiting a long time. Whenever I have waited to be inspired to create, I end up wishing I had just started something instead of waiting. I created this list to help you and me the next time we need […]

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  • Loved this article Lucrecer! Ideas just don’t pop out on notice and this post definitely reminded me of things I need to do to work them out… instead of getting stressed!ReplyCancel

    • Lucrecer

      Oh, I am so glad it was useful, Kitty. Just today, I had to remember what I wrote here because I really needed to be creative.ReplyCancel

Should You Buy a Point and Shoot or DSLR?

Recently, a dear friend asked for suggestions on new camera. He has been shooting a lot of his pictures with his smartphone and he is ready to upgrade to something a little more sophisticated. I suggested a couple of point and shoot cameras as well as a couple of DSLR and mirrorless systems. He asked […]

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  • Bryan Goddard

    Information on the cameras was very helpful.ReplyCancel

    • Lucrecer

      Glad to hear that, Bryan. There is so much information on just about any kind of camera you may be interested in. Definitely do your research and it is really important to hold the camera you would like to buy in your hands. The way it feels can be a deciding factor.ReplyCancel

  • This is so helpful, Lucrecer. Read this at just the right time … I’m thinking of investing in a “real” camera like your friend.

    I will follow up and let you know what I get. =)ReplyCancel

    • Lucrecer

      Mike, that is outstanding. I am glad this was helpful. Do let me know if you have any questions. It would be my pleasure to help out.ReplyCancel