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.
This week’s Draw On Photo Drawing Challenge will ask you to do something a little unique. Create a drawing that lives in the world of your photo.
One of the best times to photograph flowers is just after a summer rain storm. The water drops left behind will add more visual interest to your close up work.
When we think of a “correct” photo, we usually think of one that’s composed well and exposed “properly.”
Did you ever capture a photo up in the air only to get let down by a sky whose clear blue has come out as pale and overly bright, washing out your main subject?
This week’s Drawing Challenge will ask PicsArtists to draw leaves using the app, and so today, we’re posting a step-by-step tutorial to show you how it can be done.
In this tutorial, learn how to make your photos shine by adding Lens Flares!
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you how to apply PicsArt’s Dodger Effect to edit your images.
When I’m out searching for photos, I’m always looking beyond the actual subject to see what’s behind it.
For this week’s Drawing Challenge, we ask you to take to the seas and draw a boat.
If you haven’t tried out PicsArt’s Mirror Effect, then you’re missing out on an awesome opportunity to let your creativity shine!
Of all the directions of light, perhaps there's no finer option than shooting directly into the sun.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a custom stencil with PicsArt. This technique can be used to create all sorts of cool edits, so scroll down to learn more!
We have challenged users to draw kites for this week’s Drawing Challenge, so to help you take to the skies, we’re posting a step-by-step drawing tutorial.
For photographers, Yosemite National Park is perhaps best known for the famous black and white prints created by Ansel Adams.
Last week’s Drawing Challenge saw users create amazing birdhouse drawings using PicsArt, and today, you watch how they were painted live in the time-lapse videos below.
As photographers we spend so much time searching for sharp focus, it’s easy to lose sight of the alternative, soft focus.