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Review Photo Editor by Lidow
Photo editor by Lidow with a lot of rainbow filters
Author: Kevin Vadala
Date: 27 Oct 2014, tested on Samsung GT-I9500 Galaxy S4
Good amount of filters
Not that unique, too many rainbows
Photo Editor for Android is a photo-editing app with a variety of different functions. Its a good app to edit nature photos and rave photos with. Selfies? Well, you can make them look really colorful (see screenshots). Photo Editor doesn’t really offer much that is revolutionary per se. I’ve seen other photo apps with similar offerings but the packed deal of Photo Editor seems generous and relatively powerful if not somewhat niche.
Photo Editor has four different main packages with other settings on the side (these settings mostly adjust the image saturation and technical colors). There is lens flare, light leak, texture, and noise. Lens flare sounds what it looks like. There are a variety of different lens flares ranging from a right orange tinted light in the corner, to a rainbow looking stripe that crosses over your chosen picture. Like I said before, these might look cool if you took a rave photo or something that you wanted. Light leak is similar to the lens flare, but its even more extreme with bright colors going everywhere on your photo. It might bring you right back to the 90's.
Texture is another filter set that pastes certain textures over your photos. Some of these feel old timey, one looks like concrete, and one adds more rainbows to your pictures (do you see how I created those screenshots now?).
I think noise is my favorite filter out of all of them. It can really make your pictures look like old pictures, with wrinkles, dust, scratches, and even something that looks like spider webs. Perfect for Halloween!
Photo Editor is a photo app that has a good amount of filters on it and ways for you to put your pictures on social media. Its great for making old fashioned photos or rainbow pictures.