Is there any Android photo editing software which can be used to post process images of DSLR without fading down the quality?

Tone curve in Lightroom Mobile

Try Adobe Lightroom mobile.

You can do professional retouch even on your mobile phones.

But the software comes with a 30 day trial period, after which you have to pay to use the services.

,An alternative, free too use photo editor is Googles Snapseed, which also offers RAW file editing, tone curves, highlight and shadow editing, histogram and much more.

Tone Curve Lightroom CC

Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC have very different focuses, which means the best program for one photographer might not be the right choice for the next.

,Lightroom CC is ideal for photographers that want to edit anywhere, with 1TB of storage to back up original files, as well as the edits.

With a simplified user interface, itu2019s also ideal for beginners with fewer daunting controls and an interface that makes a bit more sense.

And thanks to an update bringing the HSL panel, split toning, and tone curves, the gap between the two programs is shrinking.

Imports are also faster using Lightroom CC, but accessing cloud-stored files can slow things down.

,Lightroom Classic, however, is still the reigning champ when it comes to features.

Classic also offers more customization for import and export settings u2014 though the ability to export TIFFs helps catch CC up a bit.

While CC is the Lightroom for photographers that want to edit anywhere with an intuitive interface, Classic is the best option for photographers that need the most tools and access to Photoshop.

Lightroom Tone Curve Presets download

Lightroom is easy and likely still more feature rich and powerful than what you will use as a hobbyist.

If you enjoy working in raw it will give you a great deal of flexibility in how you develop those photos and let you manipulate elements like white balance and tones without the learning curve of photoshop--and it is always easy to undo.

(And it usually works on non-raw photos as well.

) ,I particularly enjoy learning from others in this tool.

If you search you can download (often free or cheeply) a number of developer presets from others that can give you a world of options for enhancing your photos.

You can go retro or use extreme HDR effects and just about anything in between.

My preset pack from Trey Ratcliff does a lot of good for my travel photos.