The second autumn month has brought us a lot of bright gifts. And we are sure that four new effects on Funny.Pho.to are among them. So there is only one question left — which new effect did you like the most? Take time and look through October arrivals to choose the best one.
With two days before October and we’d like to come up with a brief overview of filters, templates and montages that have first seen light this September. Just in case you’ve missed out on one or two. 😉
As always there are effects for any taste, character and lifestyle. Though looking at the list of September’s arrivals we clearly see that first of all we were busy experimenting with face photo montages. Probably we were carried away a bit, as some ideas may seem overbold. But our risk has been rewarded: now you can come across profile pics on Facebook with these effects applied.
This column in the blog is probably our favorite, because when we choose pictures for such posts we always discover new gifted photographers (or mobilographers, as you wish). Here are images that impressed us this time.
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.
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!
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.
Here at Pho.to we just adore the spring season. It always inspires us to design new photo frames, photo montages and photo card templates adorned with beautiful birds, flowers and other amazing things. It’s a wondrous time and we are really excited to share with you some tips and ideas on how to make a photo card for a great spring holiday — Easter.
We’ve already written a post about Easter that includes interesting information about the holiday and tells how to turn your holiday photos into good-looking Easter-themed pictures. Our new post is different: it’s all about greeting cards, personalized with your photos and wishes. But be sure to check the Easter page on Funny.Pho.to as well: there are so many Easter templates, that we were unable to write about all of them.
We bet a pound to a penny, almost all of you have accounts on many social networking and dating websites that represent you to the digital world. But are you sure that your profile pics are really the best of the best (or at least good enough)? If you are tired of your old, low quality, or boring picture then it’s time to design a new one. We are ready to help you and show you how to hit a high note.
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.