I checked my hard drive recently, and tried my best to compile all my photos and videos from my journeys into albums and let’s face it, it takes a lot of organisation. I will never be able to count, but I’ve probably taken 1,000,000 travel photos in my life.
I’m a novice photographer and truth be told, most of my photos in fact are not great. I don’t post on Facebook or Instagram to get likes on photos, I post to tell my life story. Quality of photos has always been totally irrelevant to me.
However, with Instagram, I often edit my photos and have been playing around with Fotor, a great photo editing and graphic design app.
You can also review some features of Fotor based on specific topics, such as using Fotor to edit party or travel photos. Below are some of Fotor’s features:
Fotor’s Poster Maker
The poster maker function is a great tool for companies who want a simple and easy poster design, it’s quick to make, has a good range of options, and the completed article, the poster, look excellent.
Fotor’s Card Maker
Fotor’s greeting card maker is a fun and easy way to make greeting cards for friends and family, easily personalised and of course they can be sent directly on email now, or even better, print them on card and deliver them personally.
Fotor’s Photo Collage
As someone who hates the nitty gritting of photo editing and putting photo compilations together, Fotor’s photo collage is highly easy to organise. There are different types of collage, including the artistic collage and the funky collage.
Simple Photo Tweaking and Editing
My favourite aspect to using Fotor however, is how easy it is to edit and tweak your travel photos. Of course I won’t ever have time to go through all 1,000,000 of my photos but I can get through my favorites.
Simply add your photos and use Fotor’s easy to understand user interface to do all sorts of things to your photos – cropping, adding smileys, changing the tone, skin colour, lighting, blurring them etc. There are so many different ways to edit one photo using their app!
Jonny Blair is a self confessed traveling nomad who founded and blogs at Don’t Stop Living. He sees every day as an adventure. Since leaving behind his home town of Bangor in Northern Ireland ten years ago he has traveled to all seven continents, working his way through various jobs and funding it all with hard work and an appetite for travel. Don’t Stop Living, a lifestyle of travel’ contains over 1,000 stories and tips from his journeys round the globe. He wants to show others how easy it is to travel the world, give them some ideas and encourage them to do the same but most of all he aims to constantly live a lifestyle of travel. He is currently based in Hong Kong and on Twitter @jonnyblair.