On the surface, this topic doesn't seem to relate to gardens, or gardening. However, most gardeners love to take photos of their hard work and their masterpieces, even if it is just one bloom like the above photo of my first rudbeckia of the season!
I hope you explore some of these apps, they are cheap or free and no I am not sponsored by them. (Although, if they want to send me some dough for gardening projects feel free). The app I used on the above and two below photos is called PIP Camera. You can take an instant photo to use or one of your older photos. My only complaint is that sometimes they have the words "insta mag" somewhere on the edge of the project if you use a "classic" image. It is easy to clip off the advertising when doing your final edit. I love the bubbles.
This app also has grids, freestyle and templates. It is interesting to see how summer roses look in a grid with a fabric style backdrop. You can use different photos for for the foreground and for the background. I used this app to create a photo showcasing my granddaughters first lost tooth and set my morning walk photos on a film strip.See below.
The postcard template came from an app called PIC Collage. They have grids and templates.
I love tilt shift photography. You know the photos where beach goers look like toys, or city-scapes seem like model landscapes? Well, there is an app for that called tiltShiftGen. This works best for larger landscape style photographs, like of the fair or New Orleans.
Finally and perhaps vainly, there is an app called insta beauty. At the risk of sounding self obsessed, I like this app for when you have a photo you like of yourself ( rare occurrence for me) but you wish you could add a touch of lipstick or soften a blemish. It is fun to play with but save your original photos because it is easy to add too much makeup, or become too pale from softening!!
As Elliot Erwitt said, " Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."