Just with a few taps, create professional grade superimposed or juxtaposed photos on your iPhone! You don't need a computers and expensive software to superimpose or blend/mix/combine/cut/copy/paste one photo on top of another any more.
Here is how it works...
1. Load a background image.
2. Load a foreground image.
3. Mask out unwanted portion of the foreground image using wide range of masking tools.
4. Smoothen the edges with smoothen tool inside the app, if required.
5. Move, Scale, Resize, Rotate, Flip the foreground to place it on the right location on the background image.
6. Adjust the colors/exposure/contrast/hue/saturation etc. of the foreground and the background images if required to match both the images in terms of colors.
7. You are done! Save the blended image to the photo library at full resolution or share it on Facebook and Twitter.
You can also use this tool to do serious photo editing tasks like blending textures or overlaying borders or to do double exposure with adjustable transparency and 18 blending modes.
Masking in the app is the most powerful one available on the app store, just tap on an area of the photo, and the app will mask out all the connected area with similar colors. Or you can use brush, lasso, polygon, global color similarity, rectangle, ellipse, linear, bi-linear, radial gradient, mask from image, mask from text, magic mask and hair refine masking tools. Mask an area with this tool and that area of the foreground image will become transparent and reveal the background.
You can even drop a shadow of the foreground onto the background.
More bug fixes.
If you like using Superimpose, please do write a review or leave a rating in the App Store!
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The King of Visual Design apps!
I’m quite the app-aholic and especially when it comes to photo editing apps and no matter how great and new and shiny the other apps may be, ( I’m looking at you Makaron ) I come back to SUPERIMPOSEX every time. My whole instagram is indebted to this app; you can see for yourself ( at cosmic_pursuit ). Not only can you remove backgrounds from any image but you can customize the tools in which you will mask objects and you can keep a former mask shape to create cut-outs for later use. You can custom color-map images , distort images in countless ways like ripple or glass effects and transform your mask shadow any which way. In addition to my art , I’ve created so many flyers and images for promotional materials for work. It’s complex but designed so that you learn once and keep getting better and better. Any questions for real ask me cuz I’m logging some serious hours.
THE ART OF MAKING ART
Pankaj Goswami has contributed notable talent, generously, to humanity as an artist in all aspects applicable.
Fortune had allowed the purchase of Superimpose and Superimpose X, two genially devised apps by this developer.
It took over 30 years to finally have the ability to create my digital representations of modern human society. I believed in the past, this was preserved only for the privileged few.
Today it seems the playing field is closer to being leveled out, in my humble opinion. I wish to apply these tools for the purposes of generating imaginative possibility for the betterment of human artistry.
Thank you, dev, for all your efforts and beautiful work, inside and out.
Hope this review will encourage artists to practice their craft and help in the pursuit of cultivating a wonderful world. The gift is ours to borrow. We know what we have to do!
Now about the actual apps... I didn't know much when I began. I figured out as much as I could and utilized most aspects needed at the time.
Wasn't long until I found the online video tutorials.
Everything works perfectly and is simply laid out for anyone who seeks. Basics of function exist and as of today, more tools are being added. I would get in on this now before the deserving increase of price.
Best of all, you can do anything freely and privately as you wish!
Fun and easy to use
This app is amazing. I’ve been using it for years and haven’t found anything that comes close in terms of features and performance. I recently started using the clothing app Stylebook that lets you upload photos of your wardrobe to create and plan outfits. It allows you to erase pieces, delete the background, etc, but I find that running the photos through this app first lets me do everything in a much neater, cleaner way and the photos end up looking SO much better. I also use this in lieu of photoshop when I want to create something of my own (swapping heads of family members, adding people to pics who weren’t actually there, general low-level mayhem, as you do). Fabulous app! Fun and easy to use.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.