I got the chance to get hands on with the new NFL Photo Editor.

In a nutshell, it’s the same app you’re used to, but it’s a much more polished and streamlined version of the one I’ve used since 2010.

And yes, I used it to take my photo of my favorite players and coaches.

Let’s take a look.


The UI interface: I love the simplicity of this new photo editor, especially for its use of the Touch Bar.

The “Photo” menu allows you to select one of several photo editing options, such as cropping, adding noise, adjusting contrast, adjusting colors, adding effects, and more.

In addition, you can edit your photos in either a standard, landscape, portrait, or sports/game mode.

And, yes, you’ll find a selection of presets in the menu.


The options: In the photo editor menu, you have the following options: Adjusting Contrast Adjusts the contrast of the photo, or you can set a default value of 10%.

Adjusting the Exposure Adjusts how much light the photo absorbs.

Adjusting Light Levels Adjust the level of light in your photo.

Adjust Exposure Compensation Adjusts exposure compensation.

Adjusts Contrast and Exposure Adjust the contrast and exposure of your photo in terms of sharpness and contrast ratio.

Adjust Noise Adjusts noise in your image.

You can change the brightness of your image by using the “Show Noise” option, and the amount of brightness changes according to the noise level.

Adjust Levels Adjust levels in terms (or degrees) of brightness, contrast, saturation, and exposure.

Adjust Color Adjusts color saturation and hue.

Adjust Lightness Adjusts brightness and contrast.


Editing photos: Select an image from the photo editing menu, and click on “Edit…” to select the area you want to adjust the photo to.

Select the settings you want, and then click on the “OK” button to save your photo to your computer.

Then, go to your “Photo Album” and add the photo you want edited.

I think I’ve just saved the photo in its default settings, but you can also edit the photo’s settings to your liking.

Then go back to the photo edit menu, click on your photo, and it’ll take the photo out of the editing area.


You’re ready to take a photo!

Here’s the final photo.

I’ve taken some pictures that were taken with my iPhone and iPad in the background of this video, but I also used a tripod, my GoPro Hero5 Black, and my Canon 1D Mark II to take some photos that I could use to show you how easy it is to use the NFL Photo Editing app.