Sometimes, you like a photo just fine, but as luck would have it, the image has a bland or boring background that detracts from your perfect shot. You can also get tired of an old photo and start looking for a way to give it a refreshing and interesting new vibe. Pho.to offers a great number of dreamlike, exotic, and romantic backgrounds that can gently suggest the mood of an image or emphasize it, turning your photo into an absolutely different picture.
Do any of you use the phoTWO camera app for iOS and Android that we announced about a year ago? Since that time we’ve significantly enhanced the app and added a number of features. The updates include a lot of colorful frames, funny stickers and a bunch of new features. If you haven’t tried it we do recommend you to have a look at the app.
In this post we are going to tell you about amazing Instagram users who travel around the world, shoot TV shows and make unusual images with phoTWO.
Artistic photo effects, mind-blowing photo montages, vintage photo frames and many more new photo templates await you on Funny.Pho.to. With our photo effects you can let your special ones know that they are on your mind and in your heart, support and amuse your friends and easily amaze all of your followers on social networks. See for yourself!
The Editor.Pho.to service is developing rapidly and now we want to tell you about a bunch of cool new features. Recently we’ve written a big post about the tips and tricks of basic photo correction by the means of Editor.Pho.to. But the new release calls for another useful guide, so here we are with a detailed review of all new features in our online photo editing service that you may like.
By the way, if you have already tried Editor.Pho.to, be sure to share your experiences and ideas on how to improve it in the comments.
We are proud to have so many Photo Lab fans with great sense of humor, who make a lot of cool and funny pictures every day. That’s why our team wants to say ‘Thank you, guys!’ and share another series of amazing photos taken and edited by users of Pho.to apps and services.
We have not written about new arrivals on Funny.Pho.to for some time as we were very busy, developing them and bringing you other cool posts, e.g. about easy photo enhancement or design of profile pics for different websites. But now we are here to mend our way and tell you about lots of new amazing effects that wait for you on Funny.Pho.to.
Editor.Pho.to was designed to help you enhance your images with ease. In this post, we are going to reveal little tricks and secrets on how to do it and what to pay attention to while editing. For that purpose we’ve chosen a few unedited photos and used them to show how you can ‘rescue’ dull pics.
Inspired by the impressive technique of double-exposure (or multiple exposure) photography, we’ve designed a new photo effect that instantly mimics it. Almost every photographer knows how hard it is to make double-exposure images without digital manipulation, in the in-camera mode only.
In photography the double-exposure technique is used to combine two different images into a single one. Originally it was used in the days of film. Then cameramen took one picture and then instead of advancing the filmstrip to the next frame (to take the next picture), they left the film in the same place and took another picture right on top of it. The resulting image contained the subsequent picture superimposed over the original. Photographers used similar techniques. But it’s much easier to achieve the same result with Photoshop or another graphics editor (if you have a legitimate copy and know how to use it). That’s why nowadays the majority of photographers use clipping and masking techniques to recreate the double-exposure effect.
There are many talented gurus of double-exposure photography: Brandon Kidwell, who creates mind-blowing images from iPhone photos; Dan Mountford — the master of storytelling photography; Tierney Gearon and her genre scenes of city life; and many more. All of them use different cameras, methods, and techniques, and make unique artistic images. This task takes a lot of time and effort, but the result is worth it, isn’t it?
In the end, it doesn’t matter which tools you use if you come up with a truly artistic image. We’ve produced a simple effect to smooth things down for all who’d like to create similar photos quickly and with ease. From this post, you’ll find out a few tips and tricks on how to create mind blowing images with the help of our Double-Exposure effect.
Do you need a special reason to share joy and inspiration with others? We think that ‘just because’ is the best reason. That’s why in January (and despite holidays) we’ve made seven new effects. Use them to spread the winter miracle, make a funny face montage with Gollum from LoTR or give a brand new look to your travel photos. Be sure to check the new artistic effect in Ben Heine style and put your face on a Time magazine cover.
14 February is on its way and almost everybody who is in love looks for a new way to amaze and amuse their dearest on this wonderful day. Who doesn’t love a little romance, especially on Valentine’s Day? In addition to dates and gifts, there is a special way to show your significant ones that they’re on your mind and in your heart. The tradition of sending greeting cards originated in 18th century England. Fortunately, today you don’t need to draw the card yourself. Instead, you can design a unique photo card using one of our romantic templates!
For 14 February 2014, we published an overview of our romantic photo effects and explained how to use them to create beautiful and artistic Valentine’s cards. This year, we want to address a more specific need: showing you how to give photos of you and your loved one a new look. If you have photos of you and your partner as a couple, get ready to turn them into a lovely Valentine’s greeting card! Click the image with a photo effect to make a similar one, but with your own photo and text wishes.