Hello everyone! I’ve been so busy lately I wasn’t able to blog. So busy that I can’t even open my store. Darn. Well at least I’m not idle. Haha! Anywaaaaay…..back to the subject….

If you are a shutterbug with an iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone, then this post is for you.

Natural (raw) pictures are nice, but there will always be instances when you need to do photo editing. And what is the most popular software for that? Abobe Photoshop!

iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone owners can now enjoy some of the features of the Adobe Photoshop thru Adobe Photoshop Touch. It’s not free, unfortunately. But at least it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, unlike the CS6, hahaha! And, these apps are a good stepping-stone if you want to use more complicated but feature-packed Adobe software in the future.

Here are some of my test shots:


After: (using Effects – Graphic Pen)


After: (using Effects – Pencil and Add Text, I decreased the opacity to lessen the pencil effect)


After: (You can make an item stand out in a picture by using Paint and increasing/decreasing saturation levels)


After: (Using Watercolor Paint, by the way this is my favorite photo out of the bunch)

Using the iPad is more ideal for this software because of its large screen. If you’re using a stylus – much better. Making delicate photo editing on the iPod Touch or iPhone may be more difficult.

It may be difficult to use at first, but with practice it’ll be easier especially if you’re already familiar with the buttons.

There are so many more things you can do with your photos using Adobe Photoshop Touch. I haven’t explored all its features, but hopefully I’ll master them in time, and I hope you do too.

Struggling with Photoshop Touch? Give Adobe Photoshop Express a try (I’ll be blogging about it too – soon), it’s less complicated than Touch.

Thank you for reading my post! (.^_^.)