In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you how to customize and apply the Lomo Effect.
Zoom burst is a very simple photography technique that allows you to create a dramatic, sometimes abstract, effect on an image.
Gleb Likhatsky’s (@likehotsky) portraits take my breathe away. With stunning backdrops and captivating models, I am easily transported to his world.
If you’ve ever studied darkroom photography, then you’re familiar with film negatives—the care and attention you treat them with as you gingerly remove them from your camera, guiding them gently through a series of chemical reactions, and the anticipation you feel while waiting for them to develop.
PicsArt’s Negative Effect allows you to make your photos look like film negatives.
This week, step away from the studio lighting: for our first Weekly Photo Project, we’re going all-natural.
This week, let’s focus on fog, for the simple fact that it puts things out of focus and we think that’s a cool challenge to conquer.
Sketching as a form of human expression has been around for a long time. In fact, drawings or paintings—which were preceded by sketches—were once the only mediums through which human beings could capture their surroundings.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the photo editor to make your photos look like hand-drawn sketches.
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll guide you through the process of using PicsArt’s drawing tools to create your own drawing of a foggy scene.
Each week, the team and I look forward to seeing your creative spark in your contest entries.
We love witnessing our PicsArtists curating their everyday surroundings into gorgeous images and textures.
In photography, a vignette is a slightly blurred or darkened border that can either appear naturally on an image (for example, if you’re shooting with a Holga camera) or added with a photo editor.
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the photo editor to apply a customized vignette to your images.
The British countryside streams past the windows, a box of thrift store dresses sitting in the passenger's seat.
Android & iOS users, the latest PicsArt update is out!
Forced perspective is a technique used to create optical illusions where the subject of your image (or one of your subjects) appears significantly larger, smaller, nearer, or farther away than it actually is.