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Top 6 Analog Film App to Rediscover Stunning Photographs


Taking shots is very easy for amateurs. However, getting some photos with stunning effect might not be as simple as using cameras. Just apply some analog film filters; you can make the photos special. What are the best programs to apply analog film? In this article, you can get most popular film analog app to rediscover the magic of film grain and camera profiles.

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Part 1: Best Analog Film Filter for Computer

Being the professional analog film app and film grain photo editor, WidsMob FilmPack has 4 different color rendition profiles, 28 types of camera profiles, 15 options for color modes, and 25 film-gain profiles. When you combine the effects, you can get tens of thousands of analog film filters with stunning results.


Features of WidsMob FilmPack

  • Easy to apply analog film presets and camera profiles to recover authenticity and natural look.
  • Support to upload images of JPEG, TIFF and most of the RAW formats to preserve the high quality of digital photographs.
  • Before-and-After mode to preview the analog film filters to adjust the effects with instant preview.
  • Color rendering digital photos with Contrast, Saturation and Special color tones.
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How to Apply Analog Film Post Effect

Step 1: Import the photos into the program, you can click the “Open” option to select all the photos or drag-n-drop all the files into the program.

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Step 2: Choose the different analog film profile, which you can select the different camera profiles, color modes and noise modes.

Beach Original

Color Positive Analog Film

Beach Color Positive

Color Negative Analog Film

Beach Color Negative

Black and White Analog Film

Beach Color Black and White

Cross Processed Analog Film

Beach Cross Processed

Step 3: Adjust the contrast, saturation and special of Color Modes, and choose the best effect of Film Grain to get the best result for the output analog film profiles accordingly.


Part 2: Top 5 Analog Film App for Smartphone

Top 1: Snapseed

Being the popular analog film app iOS, Snapseed is a powerful images analog app with easy operates and wide range editing tools. You need to make sure to run your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on iOS 8.0 or later. In addition, you can get analog film app free to try.

1. The analog film app Snapseed can open JPG and RAW files, or export as JPG.

2. Snapseed offers 18 realistic grainy film and 38 predesigned analog film texts.

3. You can get 24 tools and filters during analog film editing, to make sure the analog effects.

4. Snapseed can rotate, transform, HDR scape to bring a stunning look to images.

Snapseed

Top 2: VSCO Cam

Being another well-known analog film app on Android and iOS, VSCO allows people to edit and share photography freely. Moreover, you can analog film processing with videos as well. As a result, you can use the analog film app free, or purchase $19.99 per year to enjoy newest tools. You can use VSCO as analog film camera to shot photography.

1. VSCO consists release new products monthly for analog film developing.

2. You can get over 100 film analog presets and growing to apply.

3. VSCO community is the huge platform for people to communicate with friends all over the world.

4. Every filter is easy to be adjusted exposure, color or more.

VSCO Cam

Top 3: Enlight

Enlight has been the “2015 App of the year” by the App store, which can prove its strong film editing effects. Being the classic analog filmmaking app, Enlight can preserve image perfection no matter how much analog filmmaking effects you had added. You are able to convert, transform or create analog filmmaking processes.

1. Enlight offers built-in masking to control tone, color or other details precisely.

2. You can analog film cameras and vintage film with the film editor.

3. It is convenient to add artistic touches with film grain, fade and intensity.

4. Enlight provides text add service, with which you can draw manually too.

Enlight

Top 4: Mextures

It is easy for amateurs to use Mextures to analog film color without teaching. You can apply film grain, add textures, and get light leaks and gradients to photos within a second. After that, it is fun to upload products to the digital photo frame, with which you can enjoy your great work daily. It is acceptable to grit, grain, grunge and vintage film textures with the analog film app iOS.

1. Mextures has over 150 original textures for users to analog.

2. You can adjust photography with precision to exposure, contrast and preset.

3. Formula manager and infinite layers enables people to analog film processing

4. You are able to save and share film edits as Formulas, as well as importing Formulas.

Mextures

Top 5: Analog Paris

Analog Paris is the frequently use analog film city series, you can run it both on iPhone and iPad. If you want to apply other city effects, you can try London View, Jeju View, Wedding View or Beijing View with high quality. You need to use iOS 5.1.1 or later, or to apply as analog film Paris on the Android devices.

1. Analog Paris develops 10 photographic filters in Paris for you.

2. There are 30 color filters to edit for analoging filmmaking effects.

3. You can use various editing tools to exposure, sharpen, highlights, saturation, film grain texture and so on.

4. It is possible to preserve data, which are EXIF data and GPS data.

Analog Paris


Conclusion

What should be the best methods to apply analog film filters to your photos? In order to design the photos for Smartphone, you can download some photo filters from App store or Google Play to apply effects, for digital photos taken with camera, you can use WidsMob FilmPack to have some stunning effects with ease.

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Peter Wood
Peter Wood
Peter Wood, a senior editor, focus on photography design and editing software and devices.
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