Luckily, photo apps have kept up, making it possible to tweak and tune more than ever as you turn a raw photo into a polished photograph.
From newcomers like "Manual," which give you unparalleled access to your camera's inner workings, to age-old favorites like "Camera+," your photos will never look the same.
Just make sure to keep your thumb off the lens.
EyeEm gives photographers the chance to get paid and published.
Founded by Flickr's former VP of product, EyeEm gives you the chance to win prizes, money, and even have your photos published in prominent news websites or photo agencies like Getty through creative missions. A recent mission, for example, asked users to take a picture that represented "peace" to them, for the chance to see their photo in a Huffington Post article.
Cycloramic uses your iPhone's vibrations to magically rotate for perfect panoramas.
Cycloramic wowed audiences on ABC's "Shark Tank" with its unique hands-free mode, which uses the iPhone's built-in vibration motors to rotate the app to capture smooth panorama. If you have an iPhone 5 or 5S, the hands-free mode will rotate the phone while it stands vertically, but since the iPhone 6's corners are curved, a new version for the iPhone 6 (not the 6 plus, unfortunately) cleverly uses the iPhone's charging block as a stand instead.
Manual gives photography experts full access to all of your camera's settings.
Manual lets you open up the hood of your iPhone's camera, giving you full independent control of advanced settings like shutter, ISO, white balance, focus, and exposure compensation. When you're done editing, all of your photos save directly to your iPhone's Camera Roll.