Downlaod the Lightleap app on your PC. It is one of the best photo editing apps due to its AI, which applies special effects and photo corrections before or after you shoot with your phone’s camera.
What is the Lightleap PC app?
While most phones will have built-in software to crop and enhance your snaps, the best photo editing apps can do a lot more. And that’s true whatever your subject: everything from a picture of your dog to the perfect selfie, or from a tantalizing shot of your meal to a hilarious gif, will look better after you’ve used Lightleap for PC app.
Lightleap for Windows app is taking a similar approach. The base app is free, and there’s more than enough in there to make it worth a download if you’ve never used it before. Its design can be a little overwrought at times, and you’ll need to have the patience to sit through tutorials for a lot of its features, and for some reason, you can’t use it in landscape mode anymore. But once you’re used to lightleap’s way of doing things, it’s a very capable piece of software for the kind of tasks you’d want to do on your phone. All of this is also true of the new free version.
There’s also a whole subscription-only model called Darkroom, which gives you a simple way to control various tonal parameters, along with some new film filters that I frankly found a little too heavy-handed (although you can dive in and edit the presets yourself). If you want to make more dramatic alterations, the Enlight Photofox subscription also includes a bunch of graphic elements that you can weave into your images.
Lightleap for Windows app should prove to be an interesting test case for the viability of subscriptions in the App Store. Enlight was already a good app, but it’s never been harder to get smartphone users to stump up a few dollars to download this kind of thing.
Lightleap for PC app uses filters, called “lenses,” to apply special effects or make adjustments to color, lighting, and clarity. But what makes Camera special is the use of the Sensei which automatically identifies the type of photo (portrait or landscape) and creates masks for key aspects, such as a face or the sky.
So, for instance, the sky lenses can change the color of the sky, add or remove clouds, and even add the appropriate reflections in a body of water, without affecting other portions of the picture. In addition, some lenses have “sprites” — smart objects that can be pinched, zoomed, and moved within a Sensei-identified area of the picture.
The iPad version of the app has a few clever desktop features, such as the refine edge brush, which lets you better define an object you want to select and rotate the canvas. Both features are touch-enabled, too.
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How to Install the Lightleap app on Windows and Mac
- You will need to install an android emulator on your PC, I will recommend the BlueStacks emulator.
- Complete the installation of the emulator by following the on-screen instructions.
- Open the PlayStore app from the home screen of the emulator.
- Search for the Lightleap app and click on the install button.
- You will be asked to log in using your Google ID to start the download process.
The Lightleap app can also be used on your smartphone as well.
Lightleap for PC app promises that it will add new lenses (all free) on a regular basis, some created by celebrity artists and influencers. Since each of the lenses has variations (accessed by swiping right or left), you can have hours of photo adventures. It is a delightful app that is essentially push-button photography, even though you can make some adjustments to the effects. As such it will appeal more to fun-loving photographers, rather than pros or serious amateurs.