Our pick of the best Android camera apps

If you’re anything like me, you’ll love making the most of your Xperia™ camera with the addition of filters, effects and other creative ways to get a perfect finish to your pictures. We’ve be trailing and testing some of the best Android apps around for budding smartphone photographers to bring you our selection of camera apps for your Xperia smartphone, so read on for our pick of the crop…

BeFunky Photo Editor

This powerful editor lets you first make changes to the brightness, contrast, hue and saturation, before cropping and getting onto the fun bit – the filters! BeFunky has a huge range of fantastic filters to choose from, such as changes to colour tone, tilt-shift, Orton effect and more. Choose how intense you want the effect, pick if you want a frame, and export to your favourite social network!

 

Pudding Camera

Create DSLR style pictures with this clever little app. Choose which ‘camera’ you want to use for your photography, whether it’s a the four lens ‘Motion’ cam that lets you capture movement in across four pictures, a smooth Panorama style camera, or a fun fish-eye. Plus, you can pick which photographic film you want in your camera to create stunning styles, such as noir, vivid, vintage brown, vignetting and more! Take your shot, and check out the amazing image your settings produced!

 

Paper Camera

Get your creative juices flowing with the ultimate collection of comic book effects! Paper Camera gives you a preview of the world around you drawn out in a range of styles, like comic boom, sketch up, old printer, neon cola, gotham noir and more! Plus, switch to video mode to capture all the same effects in your very own gritty, comic style film!

 

Instagram

‘A beautiful way to share your world’ – Instagram is the photography social network, allowing you to view your friends’ and families’ creations as well as share your own. Snap an image and apply one of the gorgeous filters to share the world around you with your network. We love the Amaro and X-Pro effects.

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