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Take better smartphone shots with our pick of the best photography apps out there
With the wealth of photography apps out there nowadays, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by them all. That’s why we’ve picked out our three favourite apps on the market for you to try.
VSCO  VSCO is an app that delivers as an all-round editing experience. It contains a vast range of editing tools, presets and social features. Among our favourite features are the filmlike presets, which achieve analogue looks and are named after famous film types such as Kodak Portra 160. You can also share your images with the app’s 30 million other users on VSCO’s in-app social platform.
In its most recent update, VSCO has enabled you to edit raw photos shot from smartphones or uploaded from cameras. The app is available in the App Store for iOS and on Google Play for Android, and is free to download. www.vsco.co
Slow Shutter Cam  This clever little app replicates the slow shutter speed of a DSLR. It offers three capture modes: motion blur, light trail and low light. One of the best features of this app is that it allows you to view the image in a real-time preview, something that DSLRs can’t do. It also allows you to pause and resume your capture while releasing the shutter for an unlimited amount of time. Slow Shutter Cam is available in the App Store for iOS and costs £1.99 to buy. www.cogitap.com
SKRWT  We’ve all noticed at one time or another when taking a picture on our phones that the perspective doesn’t look quite right. Pointing a camera upwards distorts vertical and horizontal lines so that they converge. (This is also known as keystoning.) SKRWT is a cool little app that fixes this problem with its three main features: a straightening tool, a vertical correction tool and a horizontal correction tool. If you’re looking to create symmetry in your images, this one is for you. It’s available in the App Store for iOS and on Google Play for Android, and costs £1.99 to buy. www.skrwt.com