Picsplay Photo overlay app
Do you want to make superimpose photos on Apple iPhone without Photoshop? You can do it by Picsplay photo overlay app and below’s detailed how-to for you. Picsplay works to make double or multiple exposure easily with more than two photographs.
I have actually utilized Photoshop for more than 15 years. To superimpose a photo onto one more (placing a picture in addition to another) has been extremely straightforward, almost only to Photoshop users.
Nowadays, you can do it conveniently without Photoshop. As well as you do not also need a desktop for it. Mobile applications make “Photoshop jobs” for everyone!
Picsplay is one of them, particularly to overlay images on Apple iPhone. I assume one of the most valuable feature of this app is “superimpose” however it’s a type of mixed application with lots of various other features. So let’s inspect what you can do by Picsplay.
What is this app for?
- Great to overlay pictures (iPhone & Android)
- Expert photo modifying functions like Photoshop: distort, hue, white balance, curve & level
- Selfie retouch, filters & film effects are available
- Quickly make your pictures formed like square, circle, etc.
How to use superimpose photo app?
Let me describe exactly how to make overlay images detailed.
- 1. Download, open Picsplay and choose the first picture (mine is door) by touching “album”.
- 2. Tap the picture symbol and also select “multiple exposure” among the standing out attributes.
- 3, 4. The 2nd picture (sky) is superimposed on the initial image. Adjust the level of double exposure and select mode as you like.
- 5. Have messages, sticker labels, frames, etc. if you desire.
- 6. Save and remove the Picsplay watermark (crop image) if you don’t such as. I used Repix app (my favorite to crop pictures) to do it.
My suggestion is, it’s better to have your photos a bit marginal when you import them right into Picsplay.
It’s that straightforward. Overlay extra images is all the same. Comply with the steps and also leave a comment if you have any type of problem.
Superimpose photos easily
My final result of overlay or double exposure is like below. Given that the application makes blending or mixing photos easy, it’s more important for you to choose the photos. Imagine the result like “sky in the door” as well as select photos for the last image. Double exposure normally looks excellent on fantastic images, so picture something fantastic for the result.
Features except superimpose images
As you see the only issue is Picsplay watermark however it’s acceptable with complimentary variation. You just can cut it like I did and also appreciate double exposure photos.
Besides overlay photos, this application is pretty useful if you desire “shaped” pictures (screenshot No. 7-8, “designed frame” attribute popping up by touching the icon on picture No. 5). Since the feature is basic however generally not provided by other applications, I advise you to try it also.
Other photo editors to work with
This article is newly edited from my old blog article on replay404.com. I also linked two more articles (for other photo editors like “Repix” which I mentioned above) that you might be interested.
This new blog will be filled with new articles focusing on photo editing apps, like I wrote on my old blog. It’s good to have more and more apps to try and have fun with. Hope you play with your photos better with these mobile applications and make your creative superimpose images. How about house in the cloud or something?