I use a combination of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to edit my photos with some presets that I used depending on how the photo was taken – whether it was indoor or outdoor and what my camera settings were at that time. I usually focus on playing with the exposure, dehaze, and split toning.
After I have gotten the photo to the right lighting and crispness I want, I tweak the HSL colors, the grain, and the vignette to my liking and try to maintain the look for each of the photos within that one post.
On Instagram, I created a Lightroom mobile preset based on playing around with the contrast and shadows then moving to up the luminescence on the colors that I want to pop on my profile and down-playing the ones that I don’t want to stand out on my profile. Then I put the photo into Snapseed and up the structure and sharpening in the details. Then in tuning, I put up the ambiance and also altering the brightness to make sure that the photo isn’t too dark before I post it to my feed.