It’s easier than ever to add text behind objects in a photo, using these specialized apps. This cool effect is both impressive and easy to achieve.
Have you ever encountered photos where part of the image is animated while the rest stays perfectly still? This new type of media that toes the line between photo and video is called a cinemagraph. Cinemagraphs are increasingly popular in marketing campaigns and social media as they boost click-through rates and draw your audiences attention to your content.
You’re in luck if you want to mirror your photos, add reflection effects, or flip your photos upside down or horizontally—there’s an app for that! Here are the best apps for iPhone and Android to mirror photos.
It’s easy to achieve an impressive double exposure effect on your phone. Double exposure photography is also known as multiple exposure if more than two photos are used.
Did you know that your mobile phone is capable of long-exposure photography? Your amazing phone camera can do even more with the right apps and tools on hand. Here are the best ones we could find for slow-shutter / long-exposure photography.
Removing or replacing the background on an image is easy when you have the right tools on hand. Here are the best apps and tools to help with the task.
When Apple first introduced Portrait Mode everybody was amazed — it made your mobile device that much closer to a DSLR and removed the need for many to own or carry a dedicated camera. Even if you don’t have a compatible device you can still achieve this effect on any iPhone, iPad or Android with these apps!
You may have noticed a viral trend amongst Instagrammers with the addition of shimmering glitter effects that provide a realistic sparkles on light sources in videos.
Have you noticed video uploads taking forever when uploading to Instagram, or sending over iMessage and Whatsapp? These apps will compress videos to help save you time and data.
With the release of Apple’s ARKit and Google’s competitor ARCore, a swarm of new augmented reality apps have graced the app stores. App developers are taking advantage of these new SDKs, which bring precise AR capability to the masses.