Ultimate Android photography kit

Android_logo Android phones now come packing a wide-range of excellent built-in cameras but to help you give your photos an extra edge, we’ve scoured the Android Market and web for you. 

Here’s our pick of a killer tripod and four brilliant Android photography apps to make your snaps superb. Read on for the ultimate Android photography kit…

1. Mobile tripod

£15.29 from Mobile Fun

Mobile Tripod

This sturdy little tripod holds most phones including Android favourites like the HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S. Ideal for getting clear, sharp photos using a tripod will also enable you to use timer functions for cracking self-portraits or good group shots.

2. PicSay

£free from the Android Market

PicSay is a great photo editor for your Android phone with features such as colour correction, image cropping and the ability to add text and special effects to your photos. There’s also a PicSay Pro version which adds red-eye removal and more advanced effects like cross-processing.


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3. FxCamera

FxCamera

£free from the Android Market

FxCamera is another great option for adding effects to your photos. The results range from a Polaroid-style effect to Fisheye and a nifty little ToyCam effect.

4. Adobe PhotoShop Express

£free from the Android Market

From the folks who brought you Photoshop, here comes PhotoShop Express, a mobile-friendly version of the full-fat photo editing package which gives you the ability to crop, rotate and apply effects to images. It’s a great tool for making quick changes but not as powerful as some alternatives.

5. Snap Photo Pro

£0.61 from the Android Market

SnapPhotoPro

The final of our four favourite Android photo apps, Snap Photo Pro packs has some handy features not found in the others including a timer, burst mode, brightness and contrast adjustment and a range of different zoom features. This app is a great one for super-charging the camera that comes with your Android phone.

Let us know what Android photo apps you favour and if you carry any specific photography kit for your Android phone

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