In this article, we look at two different photo editing apps – Quickshot vs Lightroom. We look at their features, and who would benefit using from each program.
- Multiple presets for enhancements
- Healing tools to correct imperfections
- Magic tool to quickly improve photos
- Sky Control tool to improve landscape photos
- Edit multiple photos using batch editing
Quickshot can appeal to all levels of skill. Those wishing to make quick edits for social media images can use the various automatic enhancement tools.
Also, the sky control tool automatically enhances the quality of skies and reduces highlights to bring back contrast and detail. If your photos have imperfections, you can also use the clone and heal tools to quickly remove them.
If you have a large volume of photos that you want to make consistent edits too, you can also use the batch editing feature. The app runs smoothly, and the features are all user-friendly and easy to learn.
Who is Quickshot suitable for?
Quickshot is a great app for photographers, influencers, and social media users. The various tools allow for fast edits and consistency. If you live a busy life or need fast, high-quality edits, Quickshot is a suitable app.
- Advanced photo management- A rating system and keyword searching
- Ability to edit and add photo Metadata
- Comprehensive RAW editing tools
- Export options to multiple platforms
Lightroom is a comprehensive post-processing suite and photo management tool. It allows users to edit their photos in detail, but also manage and catalog large volumes of images. The management tools include star ratings, assigning keywords, and folder hierarchy management.
Aside from data management, Lightroom is also a decent program for RAW editing. You can edit images in detail altering parameters like contrast, clarity, highlights, and exposure using the convenient sliders. Also, you can edit in minute details using the layer adjustment tools.
Who is Lightroom suitable for?
Lightroom is suitable for professional photographers or those working with a large volume of photos daily. Its extensive photo management tools are suited for managing whole catalogs of photos – like specific events or photoshoots.