2014 was a great year for photo junkies. Ever improving phone cameras in hand we snapped selfies, events, and activities building a significant library of photos from 2014.
Hundreds of apps hit the market every day enabling hobbyist to turn average photos into something special and memorial.
Apple’s iOS 8 upgrade added some of the neatest features to iPhone’s camera role. Users are now able to slow videos into super slow motion, time lapse videos and burst selfies. If you haven’t integrated this download into your photography fun, do it today.
Individuals are now able to use remarkable features and apps to create their own perspective of 2014. This is an incredible shift for historians and sociologists because now we can see 2014 in review with more breadth and depth.
The following are some favorite photo apps and encourage you to create your own year in review. Post a link to it in the comment section below. Share “Your 2014 Year in Review” right here at Examiner.
Wondershare Video Editor
Wondershare is my favorite video editor at the moment. It is user friendly and less time consuming than some older movie making apps and software. The app enables you to cut, merge and trim video clips. You can add special effects by zooming in or using the green screen feature. Of course you can put your year in review to music.
Give Wondershare a try and you’ll have your professional looking video created in minutes.
Get your photos ready for movie making using a photo editing app like VSCO. VSCO Cam is easy to use for both photography and editing. It’s free from the app store.
One of my favorite features of VSCO is the one tap photo editing. This is not unique to VSCO, however, the built in settings help crate pictures that don’t look over edited. If you don’t want to use presets there are many options for custom edits. VSCO Cam allows you to prepare your photos to tell your story your way.
Instagram’s popularity surged this year. Forbes reports that between spring and fall of this year teenagers abandoned Facebook in favor of the instant photo/video sharing social network. Instagram continues to work to keep users happy by enabling not only quick sharing of interesting life moments, but also enabling creativity.
Recently Instagram introduced Hyperlapse to capture quality time lapse videos as they occur. The neat addition to this app is the built-in stabilization which allows users to move while capturing their video. Prior to this amateur time lapse videos had to remain stationary.
Hyperlapse is great because we can share our story, lesson or silliness in seconds – even when it took us all day to experience it. We can so quickly and easily get up to speed – hyper speed.
Hyperlapse works only on iOS, alternative apps to create speed regulated videos include Framelapse, and Hyper Timelapse.
Forbes: Survey Says Teenagers Prefer Instagram Over Facebook
Instagram Official Blog
Wondershare Video Editor