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!
Make your Instagram more stylish and impressive by cropping your photos into creative shapes. Easily create round, rectangular, triangle, oval, diamond, heart and other-shaped photos. These circle and shape photo frame apps are like a cookie cutter for your pictures!
You might have seen photos that feature this dramatic effect: one object in color with the rest in black and white. Here are the best apps and tutorials that show you how to recreate this effect.
Slideshows have been a popular art form for a long time, and with good reason! Creating slideshows is a good way to turn your photos into video content, a much more enjoyable way to share your photos with friends and family. It’s easy to make a video with pictures and music using these apps. (more…)
So you have designed your website and now you need engaging content, and photos that will jump out and grab your audience. It can be incredibly difficult to find stock images that aren’t either expensive, boring, or watermarked.
Instagram is one of the most used apps today. It can be a fantastic marketing tool, but if you’re not a professional photographer, standing out can be difficult. So in order to help your posts reach their desired audience we have selected 6 of the most effective apps to help lift your Instagram game.
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.
Have you ever seen those photos that feature the same person twice in a picture? That’s a result of putting multiple photos together.