PS Express is an iPhone photography processing app from the Adobe Photoshop powerhouse. It has powerful desktop style image editing facilities together with a library of predefined iPhoneography effects and filters (some via in app purchases).
Rating (all versions): 3.5 (136392 ratings). Rating (current version): 4.5 (82 ratings). Current Price: USD0. Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.
Join millions of creative folks who trust Adobe Photoshop Express for fast, powerful, and advanced editing on mobile devices. Now, try-out the #1 user-requested feature: COLLAGES. Adobe Photoshop Express Collages helps you create studio-caliber layouts in 5-7 taps.
FEATURES: • Access images on your mobile device, Creative Cloud, Dropbox, Facebook, and now Google Photos. • New Adobe-only features like "Intelligent Layout" and "Style Transfer" help you automatically create stunning share-worthy collages in a single tap. OR • Pick any photo in the collage, and manually edit it however you like: - Hold and drag to swap photo position, pinch to zoom in or out, or drag the handles to resize. - Double tap to pan and zoom. - Adjust/fix a single image, and apply any look. - Change border thickness and color. - Undo and try again • Easily save and print your collage or even text / email the file. • 1-tap share with Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and WhatsApp. • Download and start designing unique collages immediately - all free.
Want to do more with your photos? Take a look at these other free Adobe Photoshop apps:
• Photoshop Mix — Cut out and combine elements from different images, blend layers, and apply looks on your iPad or iPhone — anywhere you are. • Photoshop Fix — Edit facial features, heal, lighten, liquefy, color and adjust your images to perfection — and then easily share them across other Creative Cloud desktop and mobile apps. • Lightroom Mobile – Capture, edit, organize and share professional quality images from your smartphone or tablet.
This textured painterly floral iPhoneography image has raised the question, ‘Is it a painting or is it a photograph?’ For this style of edit, my preferred style for still life images, that is the ultimate accolade.
Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Although my floral images follow quite a tight workflow at the moment, I wanted to share a couple of learning points I took away from this piece of iPhoneography.
Textured painterly floral iPhoneography image. Spring has finally sprung here in the UK but during the dark and seemingly endless winter months my iPhoneography has definitely taken a turn towards the floral.
My Nan has one of those old fashioned photographs of her sisters and her that have been manually recoloured and I wanted to try to simulate that on an iPhoneograhy image. Multiple masks turned this into a jigsaw.
Still life floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style shows Gypsophila against a heavily manipulated background. Post processing is made significantly easier by ensuring as clean a background as possible. Initial post processing involves correcting the lighting situation.
I guess it might be the season. Short cold damp days seem to be full of grey. More than ever I’m drawn to colour. This floral iPhoneography image in a painterly textured style feels comforting and fills the void left by the lack of warmth and colour outside.