I love iPhoneography, I've been hooked since I joined Instagram a year ago and I'm a serial photo app user. Last week I was asked what my favourite editing app was and I went into a blind panic. Choose one? No way! Most of the time I use multiple apps to get my final picture but if you are looking for a place to start - here's my Top 10 iPhone Photo Editing Apps.
1. Simply HDR by JixiPix Softwear 69p
Really easy to use and creates simply stunning results. Your pictures get better and better with practice so just get editing.
2. Dramatic Black and White by JixPix Softwear 69p
I love black and white photography but its one thing that the iPhone camera is rubbish at. Pictures are flat and boring. Dramatic Black and White gives back light an contrast capabilities
3. Colour Splash by Pocket Pixels Inc 69p
Give your photos a dramatic effect by converting them to black and white whilst retaining section of colour. Easy to use and perfect for the Shindlers List effect.
4. Filter Mania by Dropico free
This free app comes with dozens of downloadable filters that you can overlay to create really interesting pics.
5. iDarkroom by Maple Studio 69p
Packed with great effects including paper, frame, colour, noise and vignette. Adjust your image and share to your favourite social networks.
6. Filterstorm by Tai Shimizu £2.49
One of the more expensive apps in my list but one of the best.
Layers, sharpening, colour correction, curve manipulation and masks are just a few of the capabilities. Its like a mini Photoshop on your phone with all of the editing tools that you could ever need.
7. LEGO Photo by The LEGO Group free
Just for fun but I love LEGO so what can I say? Simply turn your best pictures into LEGO masterpieces!
8. CameraBag by Nevercenter Ltd. Co £1.49
This is one of the first iPhone photo apps that I ever downloaded but its simplicity and ease of use makes me go back time after time. It's also available in a Mac or PC version with the ability to layer multi filters.
9. Pocketbooth by Projectbox 69p
Turn your iPhone into a 1950's photobooth. Choose between front-facing or rear-facing camera mode, customise effects and print using AirPrint or share via Twitter, Facebook or email. A bit of old school fun.
10. Super Retro by Partiql.com £1.49
Easy and fun to use. Combine, crop, rotate, enhance. Set your own favourites so that they are on hand next time. If you like a retro Lomo feel you'll love Super Retro.
What apps can't you live without? If you have any suggestions i would love to hear them.