Here at PicsArt, we like to create places where you can take a seat and discover the charm in our daily lives. This photo gallery of amiable and minimalistic benches gives us just that.
Sometimes photographers do crazy things for a photo. From the first moment I laid eyes on the spooky Gothic clock tower, I knew I was in for a scare.
Our October Issue of PicsArt Monthly is out today, so download your copy.
Sometimes, you want to throw subtlety out the window and use Effects to completely reimagine your life. For this Weekend’s Art Project, turn your life into a cartoon with the Cartoonizer Effect.
With so many outstanding users in our community, we like to bring some of our top users to the forefront every couple of weeks to single them out from our increasingly enormous crowd.
Whether it’s indoors or outdoors, lighting receives quite a bit of thought and consideration from photographers. Lighting determines the appropriate mood, style, and appearance of objects and scenery when shooting.
Last week’s Graphic Design Contest challenged users to find inspiration close to the heart, and create postcards for their BFFs (best friends forever). There was no shortage in affirmations of friendship, as users submitted 1,343 entries for the contest.
Orchards and vineyards all over the world are now reaping the fruits of a year’s worth of labor: the harvest.
Lanterns, light-posts, and chandeliers are three of many man-made inventions that give us light. Figuratively speaking, photographs are a window to positive thoughts and emotions, that can bring light to intense darkness.
PicsArt newsfeeds everywhere were flooded with powerful images last week. These images needed no caption to tell us that they encompass many different lands, cultures, and kinds of people.
Last week, we officially crossed over into the fall with stunning photography and a diverse collection of great reads.
One of the best ways of looking at photographers and their styles is to see how they shoot the most simple and basic elements.
Whether you’re a planner-girl, a magnet-mom, or a write-it-on-your-hand woman, with the bustle of never-ending to-do lists, it’s not enough to jot things down in your head.
Bharat Choudhary is an up and coming photojournalist who has examined religion and India through his all-seeing camera lens.