As summer wanes and photo libraries swell with magical images from vacations and staycations, the potential for digital debris anxiety syndrome is serious. We asked professional photographer Sean Cope of Sean Cope Pictures which apps he likes best for shooting, sharing and storing.
Shoot and Share
CAMERA+ A top choice: You can adjust exposure and focus and use the full suite of editing tools and filters once you’ve taken the shot. Then seamlessly share on your favorite social media networks.
PIC JOINER Combine multiple images into a collage, add effects and borders, and share directly to the social site of your choosing.
GOOGLE+ PHOTOS Want to animate your vacation photos with special effects like falling snow and floating pink and red hearts? Google+ Photos lets you do that and more.
PHOTOBUCKET Two gigabytes of free storage and helpful icons on the site make it easy to share each and every one of those bytes on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Tumblr, Reddit, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon, Digg and many others.
FLICKR Photo sites have come and gone, but Flickr has lasted and improved in the last decade; here you can upload, edit, organize and share.
PHOTO SHELTER This site offers tons of professional tools. Cope uses it to host his website as well; it enables him to share private galleries with clients and facilitates downloads, e-commerce and more.