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How to change the look and feel of photo?

  1. Upload the photo by clicking on the "choose file".
  2. Select and drag the controller to update look and feel.
  3. Download updated photo by pressing "save" button.
  1. What are Photo Effects or Photo filters?
  2. Photo effects refer to the various changes and enhancements to digital images to transform their appearance, mood or visual impact. These image filters allow photographer to unleash their imagination which can add unique touch and style to photos. Photographer can use these filters to fix multiple issues with the photos like fix lighting issues, emphasize on the subject, fix background, create shadow effect. Special filters like brightness, contrats, sepia, selective blur, sepia can give images a professional and polished appearance. Proper application of filters can transform ordinary photos into captivating visual masterpieces.

  3. Improve brightness, contrast of the photo.
  4. Open the photo by clicking on the "Choose file" button. Your photo will be displayed on the canvas. There are multiple options which can be used to change the appearance of the photo. To make the photo brighter drag the "brightness" range on the right side. The opposite can be done by moving the range on the left side.

  5. Increase opacity of the image.
  6. Opacity of any photo is generally associated with the PNG images. Please note the images on the canvas will be transformed to PNG images. However, the change in opacity will have distinct impact on the photo which have original format as PNG.

  7. How to convert photo to pencil sketch?
  8. To covert photo to pencil sketch the following steps can be done.
    1. Upload photo to canvas.
    2. Convert photo to Black and White using grayscale slider. The value can be 100%.
    3. Save the photo. The name can be bnw.png.
    4. Invert bnw photo on canvas as 100%. This can be done by dragging the invert slider to maximum.
    5. Increase the blur level. This can be different for different photos. The suggested value is 7px.
    6. Save the photo. The name can be blur.png
    7. Refresh page to clear any pending cache etc.
    8. Upload bnw.png. From Overlay drop down select "color-dodge". Upload blur.png. This will generate pencli sketch of the photo
    9. Please note blur level can be changed to improve the look and feel of the pencil sketch

  9. Blur Photo.
  10. Blur level of any photo can be increase by dragging the range on the right side. Every step is equivalent to 1px. Please note this page will blur the entire photo. However, if you want to do any selective blur then please use the page .

  11. Overlay Images.
  12. This is an activity to mix multiple images. By default existing images will be considered as background image. The new content will be drawn on the top of existing image. Image will be drawn with coordinates as 0, 0. There are multiple options which can be used to overlay images.
    1. source-over: This is the default setting and draws new shapes on top of the existing canvas content. The existing content will be considered as background image.
    2. source-in: The new shape is drawn only where both the new shape and the destination canvas overlap. Everything else is made transparent.
    3. source-out: The new shape will be drawn where the new and existing shape will not intersect.
    4. source-atop: The new shape is only drawn where it overlaps the existing canvas content.
    5. destination-over: New shapes are drawn behind the existing canvas content.
    6. destination-in: The existing canvas content is kept where both the new shape and existing canvas content overlap. Everything else is made transparent.
    7. destination-out: The existing content is kept where it doesn't overlap the new shape.
    8. destination-atop: The existing canvas is only kept where it overlaps the new shape. The new shape is drawn behind the canvas content.
    9. lighter: Where both shapes overlap the color is determined by adding color values.
    10. copy: Only the new shape is shown.
    11. xor: Shapes are made transparent where both overlap and drawn normal everywhere else.
    12. multiply The pixels of the top layer are multiplied with the corresponding pixel of the bottom layer. A darker picture is the result.
    13. screen:The pixels are inverted, multiplied, and inverted again. A lighter picture is the result (opposite of multiply)
    14. overlay:A combination of multiply and screen. Dark parts on the base layer become darker, and light parts become lighter.
    15. darken: Retains the darkest pixels of both layers.
    16. lighten: Retains the lightest pixels of both layers.
    17. color-dodge: Divides the bottom layer by the inverted top layer.
    18. color-burn: Divides the inverted bottom layer by the top layer, and then inverts the result.
    19. hard-light: A combination of multiply and screen like overlay, but with top and bottom layer swapped.
    20. soft-light: A softer version of hard-light. Pure black or white does not result in pure black or white.
    21. difference: Subtracts the bottom layer from the top layer or the other way round to always get a positive value.
    22. exclusion: Like difference, but with lower contrast.
    23. hue: Preserves the luma and chroma of the bottom layer, while adopting the hue of the top layer.
    24. saturation: Preserves the luma and hue of the bottom layer, while adopting the chroma of the top layer.
    25. color: Preserves the luma of the bottom layer, while adopting the hue and chroma of the top layer.
    26. luminosity: Preserves the hue and chroma of the bottom layer, while adopting the luma of the top layer.