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It's perspective edit. If you're serious and on Android download This
-Pick a random photo to edit
-Press "+" and pick "TT"
-Go to "Effects" and scroll down
-You'll find perspective
On android esp. using near stock ROMs, my routine is:
Well, i did everything on my phone, of course it would be better and faster to do it in a computer and photoshop but anyway... basically i did everything manually (adding the black stripes, erasing some parts of it, coloring the background, etc) i used this app here:
So, after i added the black stripes, i changed the temperature of the image to more warm colors (yellowish tones), then i used an effect called "color splash(brush)" in the app, so i could select the colors that i wanted to see manually, That's basically it.
Or Photo Editor for stuff like exif tags stripping or saving in some other format. Other features are good too
Anything more -> PC
Thanks, it is. Actually, I haven't seen one like that yet, so this is why I made it. Rick's head is from this cutout from S3E2.
I used Photo Editor on my phone to make it so it's not really that perfect though.
It's a pretty involved app and has a fairly steep learning curve, but it's by far the best photo editor on Android and can accomplish practically anything you throw at it. There's an entire tool dedicated to what you described with the cropping out of various shapes, and they can be adjusted pixel by pixel, both with their size and placement. Then just save your edited image as a png file, exit and reopen your desired base picture, and select your previously edited image as a new layer. Position, size, opacity, etc can all be adjusted again from there.
Just play around with the app for awhile and you'll eventually get the hang of it.
Snapseed's pretty good, Lightroom's pretty good, PicSay's pretty good, but none of them compare to the photo editor with the most basic name of them all: Photo Editor
It's the real Photoshop of Android in my opinion, absolutely bursting at the seams with useful, and more importantly, precise, editing tools. Images can be edited down to the literal pixel, edits can be adjusted step by step with directional buttons, and cropping is hands down the most refined on Android, with features such as an adjustable zoomed in area of where you're touching and friggin drag speed controls (as low as 1/18th the speed) so you don't "over drag", which make it effortless to crop exactly where you intended. And all those things barely scratch the surface of what this editor is capable of (it even has a lesser known but very involved GIF maker/editor).
Photo Editor does have a rather steep learning curve, so if feature packed isn't really what you're looking for and instead prefer straightforward, aesthetically pleasing filters and full image color tuning (though Photo Editor is more than capable of both), then Snapseed or Lightroom or even Pixlr might be closer to what you want.
I'm on Android so I use the intuitively named Photo Editor.
It's no Photoshop but it has a good few basic functions that are easy to use.
I used an app called photo editor for Android: [link]
It offers a lot of options so it's a bit tough to master
I have absolutely no idea if it exists for iOS.
This app: [link]
It's genuinely amazing, as close to Photoshop as I've seen in an app. Goes way, WAY beyond filter-and-frame apps.
That plus a bit of okayish Photoshop skillz, and voila :-)
My favorite is photo editor. Very simple to use, tons of options, light weight, regular updates,... Adds are just a small banner but I bought the pro version just to thank the dev. Give it a try
Edit : wrong auto correction
I quite like an app called "Photo Editor" ([link])
This app looks simple, but it has all of the features I use most often in GIMP (color changes, crop, adding text with own fonts with layout options, adding other images into your pictures, and all the things you mentioned as well as seeming to handle every image file type I have tried). It is free with some very unobtrusive ads (you can pay to remove), and the developer seems to really try their best to add in all suggestions from users. It has some slight "layer" functionality, but not as good as full sized art programs (you need to search in different areas for it a bit, like the adding of another image which lets you set transparency levels and order, etc)
Edit: This is definitely more of an editing app, sorry I misread that you wanted it to be a full art program too. I use the Autodesk Sketchbook app for all of my drawing needs... which they unfortunately retired ages ago (Their current "SketchBook - draw and paint" app is similar). I decided not to delete this post because I still think Photo Editor is great and might be useful for people seeing this
Photo Editor does it both! You can adjust the picture, but you can also draw over pictures, or highlight with boxes, etc.
- Create from blank(transparent or white background)
- Add photos, text, shapes
- Supports layer masks
- Save/load layers
- Plus the usual photo tuning tools, etc.
- APK is less than 5MB
- And more
> * Photo Editor has the most options of all photo editing apps I've ever used. It has an outdated design though, but it works great. I highly recommend it for 'professional' photo editing on your phone.
I agree with this and also highly recommended it.
I can't stress enough how superior Photo Editor is to all the insanely overhyped, undeservingly popular editors available on Android. This app is as deeply feature packed as its name is bland. Two and a half years later, I'm still discovering things it can do, and do exceptionally well. It's the real Photoshop of the Android platform, miles ahead of Photoshop Mix/Touch/Express.
The only thing is, if you don't invest the time getting to know this app, you'll never come close to understanding what it has to offer. Every feature has multiple layers, and every layer has tweakable options. Buttons are small and are aplenty. Most serve multiple purposes when you tap them more than once. I've figured out 4 completely different ways to remove image backgrounds, borders, etc, and I only managed to do this after tons of experimenting with all various settings combinations.
So like I said, invest the time, intentionally fuck some pictures up just to see what can be done. Photo Editor may not rival full-fledged desktop functionality, but it damn well tries.
If you want an app that's gonna hold your hand and have a dumbed down interface, don't even bother. But don't even try and claim that a steaming turd like PicsArt qualifies as a "great" app.
Save yourself the unnecessary permissions and unnecessary "Community features" of Sketch and just use Photo Editor.
Bit of a learning curve, but it is more than capable of handling any sort of photo based editing you throw at it.
Photo Editor can do it. The feature you want is under crop(free) > click text "shape" so it becomes "brush" > click brush icon > click orange "cloud" icon.
Or if you want a bit smoother looking shape then while in "shape" mode > click triple dot > choose the middle icon in bottom row
I use Photo Editor. It let you do all that stuff except resize by %, but you can manually enter size, and have a small scroll to resize it too.
I use an app called Photo Editor. Open the video with the app then choose the frame you want to save as a picture.
I think I've been a user of this app since the days of Samsung Galaxy S2...
On some phones, you may be able to tap on the screenshot in the top right and edit from there. Some others require you to open it from the notifications (or the gallery) and use the image browser's editor. If your phone doesn't have any editor at all, I recommend that you download this one. It may take a while to figure out, but it's more than worth it.
I'm primary using Photo Editor. It may not have the nicest UI, but once you get a hang on it, adding text/shapes is actually really fast and simple. It offers quite an advanced features too.
That would be an awesome feature to have. Currently there's no simple way to do it on an 'as needed' basis. You'd have to choose your images before hand and batch-process them in a photo editor to make them round and saved on the device.
Thankfully the app Photo Editor can batch process images into just about any format you can imagine, including round ;)
In the future, there's a possibitliy this feature is going to appear in a plugin, such as AutoTools or AutoPhoto from AutoApps Suite of plugins, and if/when it gets developed, I'll make sure to be posting about it =)
If it doesn't, you could try making the transparent icon on the phone itself rather than importing from Photoshop. I use Photo Editor for stuff like that (and, in fact, recently for exactly what you're doing) and it worked fine.
Start a new image, say 600x600, set transparency as the background colour, then, save it as a PNG without doing anything else, and that should be it. Just need to select your newly created blank square as the icon for whatever you want there but hidden.
I always recommend Photo Editor by DevMacGyver. I use it for all kinds of theming stuff, like making and editing icons and resizing or cropping wallpapers. It's hands down the best design tool for Android!
Most would be the stock LG app, I've had by far the best results out of it (with the exception of XCam, which just expands on what LG already do). Add a little processing if you want using a decent editor, Photo Editor is nice, Adobe Lightroom on a computer if you want even better control.
I mean, you could install an actual photo editor & just choose to overwrite the original file when saving. Despite the bland name, I highly HIGHLY recommend Photo Editor which is by far the most feature packed, detail oriented editor in the Play Store. I'm talking pixel by pixel level of detail if you so choose. I personally make & edit icons it nearly every day (for fun, not professionally).
For your gallery, here is where you'll find the resigned version of pre-Cheetah Mobile QuickPic. Still the best (though Easy Gallery is getting close), forever my hatred boils for Cheetah Mobile. QuickPic won't, on its own, overwrite an edited picture, but I assure you going through a separate editor will take no additional time or effort than using a gallery's built-in one, regardless of the app.
On PC I use Photoshop CS6. But actually I made this meme on my Android phone! Via Photo Editor by dev.macgyver. It is a really powerful app if you know how to use it.
I have tried many photo editor apps but they all have one problem and that is one has a feature the other doesn't and so on but deep hidden inside there is one app with most number of options and that is.....
This one - [link]
I did them in an app called Photo Editor which is a pretty awesome tool. It's not exactly Photoshop, but it's not that far off, either!
IRL of course you'd want the icon made properly in Photoshop or Illustrator, but for a quick thing it works fine.
Feel free to use/adapt any of them, and if you want a properly done version, I'd be happy to help out :-)
Not the same as having it in Snapseed, but for that (and a lot more) I would highly recommend Photo Editor - as close to Photoshop as I've found in an app.
Two, for different purposes: Photo Editor and Snapseed
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I don't think so? It's not really what snapseed is for imo. I use another free app for things that involve detailed stuff like that.
This is the app I use: [link]
All I did was use this app. I feel like its the best app out there in terms of functionality and it doesn't cut off any features for being free.
Extreme precision, an eye for detail, good use of assets, and a good app. It ain't no Photoshop, but its pretty darn close.
I do all my work on mobile with the Photo Editor for Android (Free with Ads, IAP to get rid of Ads). Rarely ever have to use a real PC for things like amoledifying.
I mean if you search "photo resizer" in the Play Store, you get a lot of options. Have you tried anything or are you looking for something specifically well known?
This is my favorite photo editor as it's like a Lite version of old-school Photoshop. You can definitely resize your image, but it may be a bit counterintuitive.
Nevermind. I just found out a great photo editor titled... Photo Editor. This is simply the best photo editor on Android I've ever seen.
Linkme: Asus Photo Collage, Layapp, Pixlr are the best collage apps.
Linkme: Pixlr, Toolwiz, Camly, Snapseed, Picsplay and this are the best photo editors.
Overall, I think this photo editor is my favorite app. I mostly use it to make memes so I'm grossly under-utilizing it, but even after using it for nearly 3 years, I am still amazed by how feature-rich it is, all for free and with very non-intrusive ads. It's just an app that's too good to be true, yet it is true.
As for games, I still think the original Plants vs Zombies is the best mobile game of all time. I haven't played it in years so I don't know if EA somehow ruined it like they ruined PvZ 2, but it was incredibly fun and replayable and I never felt required to pay for things in-game.
Nova settings - look and feel - icon theme
Edit: I just understood your question and the pack doesn't show for me either when long pressing an icon.
Create a transparent .png file 500*500* and set it manually. This is a reliable photo editor.
Does this do what you're looking for? [link]
I don't know what you mean about clothes. If you meant colours it has levels and curves.
Edit: I don't use Snapchat so I don't know how it compares.
Ridiculously generically titled Photo Editor on Android is what I used since the Note 2 days. If there's an ios equivalent it's pretty powerful. Managed to edit in absent family members from pics as a joke using it.
I use this one when I need to crop, rotate or blank something out. For free hand drawing, you need to scroll right on the bottom bar and select the 'Drawing' option.
Photo Editor will do this for you. It has a whole lot more than that, but there's a pretty straightforward drawing facility if that's all you need.
I found solace over a year ago with Photo Editor.
Just like with the app's straightforward, no frills name, this editor is a zero bullshit, 100% feature-focused app. It is somewhat unsuspecting given the typical over-the-top promotional methods of the thousands of horseshit photo editor apps that plague the Play Store.
Play around with the app for a few minutes & see for yourself just how much it has to offer.
I do use a secondary editor for more alpha based image tweaking (primarily icons & such) which is called Background Eraser. Very simple, but serves its purpose well.
Not sure about the paint bucket feature, but these 2 are slightly serious photo editors:
Photo Mate R3
It doesn't look as flashy as Snapseed, but you might find Photo Editor useful.
It's my editing goto, with Snapseed really just being a backup, for filters or colour correction.
It might not be the prettiest or most intuitive app, but as far as functionality goes Photo Editor has everything. Granted it will take you a while to figure out how to do things, but it can do anything you can do on a computer - except layers, but with some clever thinking you can work with it.
I use Timbre for quick audio cuts, but avoid it for videos. It's too unreliable.
Hey, just came across this thread - if you have an Android phone, check out the app Photo Editor - with which I made a quick attempt at replicating Blue 2.
Just in case it's useful to you in future :-)
EDIT - actually, it's not a very good attempt, the colour is wrong, but you get the idea!
ah, okay. However, this app on my phone does all the same stuff, so... I guess the possibility is there but not enough development is going on.
I have used this app for a few years now. Its free, easy to work with, and even lets you do more complex things like curves.
You can use an app to resize or crop it to the S6's resolution. Can recommend Photo Editor (free with ads).
Photo Editor is the closest I've seen to Photoshop on Android (besides Photoshop Touch which was removed from the store a while ago)
If it's a difference in size for icons on the same type of element, like, all are desktop icons for instance, then what makes some of them smaller is transparent space around the icons.
I use themex to extract the icons I want from any given theme, and then use photo editor ([link]) to crop them to the size I want.
Once you remove all the extra space around them, they will take up the max amount of visual space per your settings.
If you're still in need of a photo editor, I've been using this one for a few years now and am really happy with it. It's full of features and the ads are non-intrusive.
You can do it manually using Photo Editor
Open the first photo, use the tool on the far right to extend the canvas size (fit) select enable scale up and choose the size with the pencil icon
Then Text / Image to import, place it on place, import the next, place...
Install this app [link]
Have the screenshots ready. Open up the app. Choose new option. Define the height and width of background rectangle. Add screens using text/image options. Manually drag them to positions you need. Shadow can be applied using shadow function. Make sure to turn on align options (edge and centre) in editor page settings.
So, many have talked about Snapseed, Pixlr and Picsart among their choices, which I also use; I'd like to add Photo Editor which I used to use for layers, text etc many moons before some of the others were advanced enough, but I still fall back on for various edits; the pixelate function has disappeared though, but I use it for spot-blurring in shapes (for number plates etc).
Photo Editor. Ads are very non-disruptive, it has a long feature list, doesn't crash or anything like that, and it's free. Any app like this that I've ever tried had the most annoying ads ever, and hid most features behind a premium version. So this app is a really rare find.
^^^^^I ^^^^^use ^^^^^this ^^^^^app ^^^^^to ^^^^^make ^^^^^memes.
Photo Editor Lets you draw shapes on top of pictures. The UI it's a little confusing though, but on the Drawing menu (after you select the image), there is a three dot button which will let you apply shapes.
For effects and re-colouring it's the best I know of.
However for more technical stuff, layered images and so on, you might also want to try Photo Editor as well - it's really excellent.
Sorry but I don't understand. I haven't done any effect on this setup.
Edit: If you meant presentation simply download a photo editor app. Define a rectangle shape first. Add the screenshots and manually apply shadow and rotation. Fairly easy process.
Here's link to the one i use
I'm almost sure this photo editor does that, but I don't have it installed as of now. It's quite powerful and small, btw.
Photo Editor by DevMacGyver Text/Image tool. Shapes can snap to guides, and you can save them as layers if you want to reuse them! It's the perfect photo app for power users.
There are other, flashier ones; but this is my favourite - even though you have to play around a lot as it's not massively intuitive.