Spruce up your photos
Applying effects to photos can improve the way they look and enhance how an overall layout feels. For example, some photos work better in certain layouts if they are changed to a black and white or sepia, to name just a few of the effects available to you.
Check out the photo below that had the Sketch Effect applied.
Moves the balance of light and dark shades in the image more toward the light shades.
Moves the balance of light and dark shades in the image more toward the dark shades.
Changes brightness values of the middle range of gray tones without dramatically altering the shadows and highlights.
Transforms a color image into a black and white image.
Applies a brown and white coloration to the image like early 20th century photographs.
Turns the image around, as if you were seeing it in a mirror.
Turns the image upside down.
Softens the focus or reduces the definition of the image.
Increases the focus or definition of the image.
Simulates a drawing of the image (black and white).
Makes the image look like foil has been placed over the image and it has been sculpted to the image's contours and colorized.
Gives the image an artistic brushed look.
Reverses the color of the image.
Simulates viewing the image through a fisheye lens, a lens that distorts the image to make the middle portion of the image appear larger and the outer edges smaller.
Add a mat (a border or frame around a photo) to a photo or edit an existing mat.
Add a shadow to a photo or edit an existing shadow. A shadow makes the photo stand out and gives it a sense of depth on the canvas.