Do you like to relax coloring your favorite coloring pages with flowers or mandala ornament? Or your kid might enjoy to paint a coloring page with unicorns, Disney or anime characters. Sometimes it’s a really funny for adults to make the craziest painting in the world in a coloring book.
Professional photographers know how important it is to protect their own photos and reserve all rights over their creative works like mosaics, unique photographs, etc. They take advantage of Photoshop tools and label images effortlessly. Thanks to the smart watermarking, pro photographs fall under a strict image license type that limits free image distribution. If you want to restrict your picture usage and copyright images, there are easier ways than complicated Photoshop. Here are 6 fine and free programs that enable you to protect pics with either another image (for example, a logo) or a custom text.
What is a mosaic picture? It’s a a picture with many pictures inside of it. Mosaics can be digital images, printed mosaic tile posters on your wall or full resolution mosaic pictures in frames hanging on your wall. No matter what type of mosaic picture you want to make, PhotoScape offers you over 100 mosaic templates with different design, style and layout.
Sure, you’ve seen those cute rabbits, kittens, even faces made of figures and mathematical symbols. They are made in ASCII mode that has the plainest explanation you would never think of – American Standard Code for Information Interchange. In this post, I will show how civils have transformed military ASCII into a piece of art.
Screenshots are ordinary satellites of work life. It’s the best way to show and explain things to your colleagues, students, Zoom or Slack-mates. Besides, screenshots help remember information quickly and get back to it later on. (more…)
Do you happen to be an avid backpacker? Are you crazy about travel photography? Gone are the days when you needed to tag bulky cameras and heavy lenses along on your travels. With technology touching dizzy heights, all you need now for some ultimate travel photography is your smart phone. Yes, that’s it! There are some mind-blowing mobile apps out there that not only make photography much more convenient, but also give you access to some brilliant features to turn your images into masterpieces. Following are 5 awesome iOS apps for you to start with. (more…)
Merging photos is a very demanded feature that every photo editor must have no matter whether it is a Windows 10 desktop photo editor or a web-based application. Since its birth Microsoft Paint allows you to merge two photos, combine several images into a photo collage like on the picture above, insert a photo into a picture, join two screenshots, put together two images for side by side “before and after” pics, and even unite many photos into one panorama. The merge feature is especially useful for those who want to organize photos taken in a small photo gallery or to add an object with a similar background.
PhotoScape is a free powerful photo editor. As we reviewed earlier, it’s full of various photo editing techniques among which there is image background editing. To remove an old background in PhotoScape, you can select one of the 3 following methods: crop photo background, paint background or clone background. Each option has pros and cons. Have a look at a PhotoScape tutorial to apply the method that suites you best. (more…)
Sometimes there’s a vital need to have a screenshot to show it to a tech support specialist, friends, or just to save it for your own. I suppose all of us want to make screenshots quickly and for free. But our requirements may be different: sometimes it’s necessary to have only a part of the screen, sometimes the full screen, sometimes only a program window. Let’s discuss the topic in detail.