For this week’s Drawing Challenge, we’re asking you to draw a night sky.
Icelandic horses are quite different from the horses found in the rest of the world.
Shape Masks are a fun and easy way to make your pictures beautiful. Follow this tutorial learn how to apply them to your own shots, and then share them with the hashtag #ShapeMask!
There are lots of different ways to get creative with words in your images. In this tutorial, we’ll share a new technique with you: overlaying a text box onto your image.
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to use PicsArt to add text overlays to your images.
For this week’s Drawing Challenge, we’re asking you to draw a still life.
As an outdoor photographer, you’ll want to study the scene to determine the most fitting composition.
Learn how to slice up a portrait into staggered layers by using just Copy and Paste!
For this week’s Drawing Challenge, we’re asking you to dive deep and draw a jellyfish.
A good crop can make an average photo great. Sure, some of the master photographers of yesteryear warned of such compositional sloppiness.
PicsArt’s Add Photo feature allows you to overlay one (or more!) images onto a single shot.
The Twilight Effect allows you to give your images dark and dusky tones with just a few taps of the finger.
For this week’s Drawing Challenge, we’re asking you to embrace your inner animal and draw horns.
PicsArt’s Motion Blur Effect is an easy way to emphasize movement in an image. It works great for adding an extra kick to your action and sports shots.
In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the drawing process for creating the perfect horizon for this week’s Drawing Challenge.
The Holga 2 Effect is a versatile tool that makes your images look as if they have been taken with a Holga camera.
In this world where everyone’s lives are on the internet, everyone could use a bit of pixelated faces in their photo-editing repertoire to get some much needed anonymity.