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.
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!
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.
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.
You might have used Layout, Instagram’s app which allows you to layout multiple photos in an app. Sadly, Layout doesn’t support using video in its app. Luckily, there are plenty of apps that allow you to put two videos side by side. It’s super easy.
Creating video slideshows is a good way to turn your photos into video content. It’s easy to create a video slideshow with music using these apps. (more…)
Have you ever seen those photos that feature the same person twice in a picture? That’s a result of putting multiple photos together.