If you are going for a career in photography, you should know something’s in handy because it isn’t out there.
These are the best editing apps that I use for my clients and they absolutely adore my editing.
1. Lightroom CC
Adobe Lightroom CC is a powerful and free editing app that lets you keep your edit at the best. And it helps you become a better photographer.
Create a wonderful image by editing anywhere anyway you like. Just tap and drag filters, adjust the light of your photos, put on filters, and much more.
Crop and adjust the ratio of your images just right to fit the purpose of your edits. Lightroom also allows you to showcase your work online.
2. Adobe Photoshop CC
Adobe Photoshop CC is an editing app to be used by professional photographers. This app will help you create great pictures that will make you look like an absolute professional.
In addition, Adobe Photoshop CC lets users create and enhance paintings, illustrations, and 3D artworks.
The app offers unique patterns and effects, as well as advanced brushes that allow them to create and customize digital masterpieces.
Adobe Photoshop CC features a variety of unique tools in this industry, among which brush management, brush smoke smoothing, Lightroom photo access, curvature pen tool, paint symmetry, color, and luminance masking controls, group layer arranging, quick share menu, variable fonts, and more.
They are the best editing apps I have used as a learner and a professional, try them and give your reviews here.
Now, I will tell you the best cameras that I use for photography.
1. Canon 1DX Mark ii
I use this as my best camera for shoots and photography. This is the information on why I use this camera as my best one.
Immense power. Phenomenal speed. A remarkable combination of innovation and refinement. The new EOS-1D X Mark II camera is nothing but legendary every step of the way.
Building on a heritage of sophisticated innovation, the EOS-1D X Mark II is blazingly fast. Up to 14 fps* (up to 16 fps* in Live View mode) can be captured at a burst rate of up to 170 RAWs with a CFast™ card, and an improved 61-point AF system helps deliver clean, sharp images quickly, even in dim light.
This remarkable speed means faster recording too: 4K video can be recorded at up to 60 fps with smooth AF and strikingly clear detail. Combined with superb low-light performance thanks to its powerful sensor and expandable ISO range, the EOS-1D X Mark II performs brilliantly, swiftly, and stunningly no matter when or where the photographer is shooting.
From the stadium, safari, or studio to virtually everywhere in between, the EOS-1D X Mark II maintains and enhances all the hallmarks of what Canon has to offer, marking a new page in the legacy of the EOS series of cameras.
2. Sony a7 iii
Sony a7 III is a supremely capable full-frame camera. Though it doesn’t have the most megapixels or shoots the fastest bursts, its well-judged mix of resolution, speed, features, and price point make it an easy recommendation for all kinds of photographers and all kinds of photography.
24MP full-frame BSI CMOS sensor
93% autofocus coverage (693 phase-detection points, 425 for contrast detection)
Oversampled 4K/24p video taken from full width 6K (cropped-in 5K for 30p)
In-body image stabilization
10 fps continuous shooting
2.36M-dot OLED viewfinder, 0.78x magnification
Larger, ‘Z-type’ battery (CIPA rated to 710 shots)
Dual SD memory card slots
USB 3.1 Type C
For generalist photographers, wedding and event shooters, and even sports specialists, the a7 III gets an awful lot of things just right. But as with previous Sony mirrorless full-frame cameras, there are some foibles that persist with this new model.
These are the best cameras, according to me and I have stated why too. If you are looking for a career in photography you should try these and get the best shots out of them.
All the best!