We have a few opening up around the yard now.
I tried something different here by blending an NIR version with one I edited in Snapseed. I had like 7 different versions of this image, but this is my favorite.
Rays is an app that adds light rays to your image. I’ve been meaning to check it out, but didn’t want to pay for a gimmicky app that I probably wouldn’t use very often. It is free right now, so might as well grab it and see if you can use it.
HDR FX (free til the end of April)
I’m a big HDR guy, so I’m always excited to try HDR apps. HDR FX analyzes your image and then puts a star next to the filter it thinks will look good on it. Don’t trust that star because its really hit and miss. Honestly, I think all of the filters are too wild. Select one anyway and then hit edit at the bottom. Here you can choose a filter for the sky and one for the ground. Be sure to keep the opacity low because this app likes to create wild HDR’s that people hate. Even if you don’t like HDR, you can always use this app for the textures, curves, and borders in it if your other apps lack those features.
IRIS Photo Suite
If you don’t have any image editors on your phone, Iris is better than nothing. The selective color and replace color features are pretty decent and easy to use. The polarizing filter seems to work well. I won’t go into all of the features because I’m not thrilled with the app. Free means it doesn’t hurt to have a look and see if its something you’d want. I have to warn you that it did freeze up twice in the 10 minutes I used it.