#研究分享#【提升你Instagram的16个应用程序】

#研究分享#【提升你Instagram的16个应用程序】

现在,Instagram正在走向一个类似Facebook的算法,从众多海量照片中脱颖而出,就变得更加重要。第三方应用程序创建、编辑照片和视频,通常提供更多的工具,精细化你的排位次序,可以带来更多的关注度和点赞喜欢。
http://mashable.com/2016/03/16/best-instagram-editing-apps/?utm_cid=mash-prod-nav-sub-st#iZqEtYwScmq3

 

16 apps that will seriously raise your Instagram game

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Now that Instagram is moving toward a Facebook-like algorithmic feed, creating photos that stand out just became a lot more important. And as great as the app's built-in filters and editing features are (there are 40 now!) they aren't nearly as powerful as the ones you can get from third-party apps.

Third-party apps for creating and editing photos and videos usually offer more tools and precision over the look of your posts, which, in turn, can bring in more likes.

 

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To help your posts stand out (and hopefully gain a bunch of new followers and likes), we've cherry-picked our 16 favorite apps that can take your Insta-game to the next level. Most of them are free, too!

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Instagram used to have an amazing black-and-white filter called Gotham, and it was perfect for creating noir-style photos. Then Instagram ditched Gotham for no good reason and replaced it with Inkwell. Moon, originally a video-only filter, is the other built-in black-and-white filter.

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We've been searching for a good black-and-white photo app for years, and BLACK, an iOS-only app, is a solid one that tries to emulate black and white film with filters. There are presets for film like the Kodak TRI-x 400, Fuji Neopan 400 and Ilford HPS, to name a few.

The app is intuitive to use — swipe left and right to apply different B&W filters — and it lets you tweak shadows with a fade tool, control tones and contrast with a curves tool, and customize and apply vignettes. You will have to pay $0.99 to access these advanced editing features, though.

#Life is like escalators, it goes up and goes down. Always in motion. But you always end up somewhere. Shot at 1 #WTC. Made with my new favorite black and white app: #BLACKapp #ladygrey400 #latergram
A photo posted by raymond (@sourlemons) on May 02, 2015
Camera Noir ($2.99, iOS-only) is also another well-reviewed B&W camera and editing app.

For selfies: Facetune and Perfect365

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On some Android smartphones, the camera app comes with built-in "beauty" modes to help smooth out your skin, resize your eyes and distort your face. The results can be terrifying if used to the extreme. The iPhone's camera app has no such beauty feature.

But if you're the selfie junkie, FaceTune ($3.99 on iOS and Android) is a highly recommended app that can airbrush your skin and whiten your teeth in a pinch.

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Perfect365 (free on iOS and Android) is also a feature-rich app to tweak your selfies. According to US Weekly, Kim Kardashian and her sisters use the app to edit their selfies before posting them to Instagram. So, there's that.

For time-lapses: Hyperlapse and Microsoft Hyperlapse Mobile

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Hyperlapse (iOS-only) is hands-down the best app for creating time-lapses. The app's appeal isn't just that it lets you speed up and slow down video from 1x to 12x the normal speed, but its fantastic use of software image-stabilization is also a standout. In place of expensive gimbals and other hardware stabilizers, Hyperlapse uses data from your iPhone’s gyroscope to measure and remove frames that are shaky and create a video that's smooth.

What you get is cinematic-like video that often looks like it’s been captured with more expensive gear:

For short looping videos: Phhhoto and Boomerang

There are tons of apps that you can use to create short animations and videos that loop. Phhhoto (iOS and Android) is one of the originals, and unlike other apps, intentionally creates lo-fi "moving pictures." Here's one in action:

A video posted by raymond (@sourlemons) on Apr 01, 2015
For higher-resolution looping videos, Instagram's official Boomerang app (iOS and Android) is also really fun to use:
For silly and weird posts: Giphy Cam and Enlight

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Giphy Cam lets you combine video and images with canned GIF animations (like the dolphin on the left) into one new shareable GIF. The center image shows some of the editing choices and the last image is shows how precise positioning can make the whole image look more realistic.
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Who says Instagram is all sunsets, symmetrical buildings and selfies? It can also be a place to be silly...if you want it to be. Giphy Cam, an "incubator of all your worst (and best) GIF nightmares" as Mashable chief correspondent Lance Ulanoff called it, is the perfect app to create goofy video posts.

Got new shades #gifycam #gif #lol #realitydistortion
A video posted by raymond (@sourlemons) on Aug 27, 2015
The app generates GIFs, but you can import them directly into Instagram as videos and edit them further.

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Enlight ($3.99, iOS-only) is made by the guys behind Facetune and was named as "the best all-in-one photo editor" by Apple in 2015. While it's a feature-packed photo-editng app that might as well be called "Photoshop for iPhone," the app's Mixer, Painting, Urban, Sketch and Effects tools really make it outstanding, turning photos into creative pieces of art.

For powerful editing: Snapseed and VSCO

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Google's Snapseed is one of the best free photo-editing apps available for both iOS and Android. It comes with a huge selection of editing tools that are more powerful than Instagram's built-in ones and the filters — especially the High Dynamic Range (HDR) processing — are exceptionally great.

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VSCO, for iOS and Android, is another popular camera and photo-editing app; it has the added benefit of a thriving community in which to share your photos to.

For adding text and doodles: Typic and SnapPen

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While it's generally frowned upon to "ruin" your Instagram pics with text and doodles, sometimes they can help express emotion in a photo. Though there are free apps out there, we like Typic ($2.99, iOS-only) for adding text and stamps, and SnapPen ($0.99, iOS-only) for adding quick doodles. They're both simple and straightforward to use.

For collages: Layout and PicStitch

My hair thanks to TV. Done using the new Layout app from Instagram
A photo posted by Christina Warren (@film_girl) on Mar 24, 2015
Nobody likes to open up their Instagram feed and see a friend drop a dozen photos in a few minutes — chill out! — like the app's shutting down tomorrow. Instead of posting two pics of your food, a selfie and a pic of the restaurant you're in as four separate posts, consider consolidating them into a single post using a collaging app.

Instagram has a lovely collage app called Layout (iOS and Android) that helps you create different photo layouts.

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The venerable PicStitch (iOS and Android) is also popular with 245 different layouts and a built-in photo editor.

标题:16 apps that will seriously raise your Instagram game

作者: BY RAYMOND WONG

来源:mashable.com

链接: http://mashable.com/2016/03/16/best-instagram-editing-apps/?utm_cid=mash-prod-nav-sub-st#iZqEtYwScmq3


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