Ingenious blendings of photos and drawings, created by the Belgium artist Ben Heine, inspired us to design our own series of photo effects in the ‘Drawing vs Photography’ style.
Sometimes a photo is not enough to express the mood and idea of an image in your head. This is when an artistic touch may become necessary. Our new effects turn part of a photo into a sketch or drawing, showing how art emerges from reality. Each template demonstrates different drawing tools, each of them with its own mood and surrounding. Thereby, you can choose and apply effects following your mood and virtu.
Back from a hot disco party? Reveal the burning spirit of those crazy hours with the ‘Burning Sketch’ photo effect.
The ‘Pencil vs Camera’ effect has clicked with car owners on Instagram. Photos of their tough autos and motorbikes looked even better with this effect applied. But we think, that the new ‘Ballpoint Pen Drawing vs Photography’ effect also does a good job with bikes photos, doesn’t it?
Though art is inspired by the real world, it can also open a surreal way out for every attentive viewer. This idea is vividly illustrated by the ‘Torn Color Pencil Sketch’ and ‘Photography in Drawing’ effects.
The ‘Photo to Sketch in iPad’ effect is the newest in our collection of artistic photo illusions. Don’t you think that this blending of art and technology looks familiar and intriguing simultaneously?
As all other effects in this series, the iPad sketch effect shows the artist’s hands together with the whole picture. This method creates the first-person narration effect and lets viewers look at the picture with the artist’s eyes. Do you like this detail?