If one of your 2017’s major ambitions is to declutter and systemize your workflow and improve your work-life balance - we hate to break it to you, but you’re out of excuses delaying it. In today’s modern world, almost everything you can wish for - there is an app for that. In addition to the range of cameras and photography equipment there is an array of software and applications at hand, which can help you keep everything in check. From note-taking apps and e-mail organizers to photo editing and storage spaces, we amassed them all. But do you know which ones are the best for you?
Fear no more, here is a short but sweet list of useful apps and software, all for your delight:
Desktop apps // software
Their tagline is “Remember everything” - pretty self explanatory, huh? Keep track of your to-dos, scheduled photoshoots and wishlists.
Get to all your files and photos from anywhere, on any device, and share them any time.
Teams can work together in Paper, everyone can contribute to growing better ideas in a beautiful, flexible workspace.
MailChimp provides email marketing for more than 15 million people globally. Send better emails, connect your e-commerce store, and sell more.
5. DF Studio
The best and most powerful software when it comes to delivering image galleries to clients.
Named the best app of 2015 for Mac. Affinity is a Photo editing app without compromise. With a meticulous focus on workflow it offers sophisticated tools for enhancing, editing and retouching your images in an incredibly intuitive interface, with all the power and performance you need.
Need we say more?
8. VSCO Film
Streamline your photo editing workflow with their collection of beautiful film presets that work in Adobe Lightroom & Adobe Camera Raw.
9. VSCO Keys
Keys is a powerful keyboard shortcut tool created to drastically reduce image editing time in Adobe Lightroom CC, 6, 5, 4, and 3.
With JPEGmini you can optimize images’ size by up to 5x, while keeping their original quality and JPEG format and being a perfect fit using them for web.
Things lets you enter new to-dos the moment they hit you. It easily syncs between Mac & Iphone via Icloud.
Some of life's best moments are stuck on our phones. Timeshel turns those moments into beautiful prints you can cherish forever.
TPE helps plan outdoor photography shoots in natural light, particularly landscape and urban scenes. It’s a map-centric sun and moon calculator: see how the light will fall on the land, day or night, for any location on earth.
4. Any Weather App
Next time you are planning a shoot, be sure to check out the weather situation. There is nothing more frustrating than ruined plans and shoes in mud (unless planned).
It’s a powerful mobile editor, capable of image viewer and raw-developer. Compared to other apps, Photo Mate can display and edit images in high-quality.
6. Sun Scout
Powered by Science. Filled with Awesome. Sun Scout is for everyone who cares about the sun. Sun Scout shows you live what your phone's camera sees, but augments the image with where the sun will be at each hour of the day. To see everything that might cast a shadow on you, simply sweep your phone across the sky from dawn to dusk.
We feel confident that this awesome lineup will lend a hand into working smarter, not harder. What are some of your irreplaceable software and apps that you use for your venture?