If you are a creative person that likes to create content as a hobby or as a professional career, you’re in luck. Little did you know, there are plethora of free resources for you to dabble on your creative side.
If you’re looking for an easier alternative of Photoshop, then Canva is a great design tool for creative projects. Canva allows you to create logos, photo collages, social media content, business cards, and so much more. Best of all – it’s completely free and easy to use. You can also have your designs uploaded for physical print and sent right at your doorstep.
Looking for some high quality photos for social media? Pexels is a free image site where you can share photos for commercial use. For a free image site, the pictures are beautiful and in good quality. They also have free stock videos so that you can create engaging visual content online or for a personal project.
3. Davinci Resolve
Video has become popular in social media and it’s a great time to learn how to video edit. If you are a beginner, I recommend trying out Davinci Resolve. There are YouTube tutorials for beginners who would like to learn more in-depth about Davinci Resolve’s feature. With only a few hours of learning, you can become pro at basic editing.
Are you a selfie person? Then you’ll love Snow. The camera app is for beauty and makeup. What’s fun about this app is that it includes animal emoji features where you can wear different animal ears, facial features, and so much more. The variety of animations will keep you wanting to take photos with your friends. It also looks great on Instagram.
5. Photoshop (App Version)
If you’re looking for some photo touch up, then the app version of Photoshop is ideal. You can edit the photos in detail by using the shadow, filter, and transparent features. You can take your photos into the next level by combining two images into one, with the convenience of editing on your mobile phone.