Surrealism, kitsch, and fun with Superimpose photo editing app
If you’ve ever used masks in Photoshop you know how easy, yet powerful this tool can be. Superimpose app allows to make superimposed or juxtaposed photos right on your iPhone. You can transform, blend, mix, combine, add filters, create masks, adjust exposure, add text, blur and much more. You can use brush, lasso, polygon, global color similarity, rectangle, ellipse, linear, bi-linear, radial gradient and so on. The possibilities are vast, and you choose which of the app features to use — from light photo editing to really professional images creation. For creative souls the app brings an opportunity to spend hours in the app and to create complex superimposed or juxtaposed photos. You will never get bored with the app.
Superimpose meets you with classy UI design and brings you a lot of options for photo editing. Everything is just at hand, but if you got stuck you can always check out the Instructions on the Help page. By the way, there are some profiles on Instagram with the tutorials for the app.
Generally, there’re three major steps in creating a superimposed image:
1. Load a background and a foreground images.
2. Mask out unwanted portion of the foreground and place it on the right location on the background.
3. Adjust the colors, contrast, hue, saturation, exposure/ etc. of both images.
Surely that’s up to you how much you would like to transform the photos. Luckily, the app provides a lot of possibilities. You can start with simple filters. But more amazing options are also easy to implement.
I believe, that quality stuff makes everything better even if you don’t know how to do it. I mean a good car makes your driving more secure and smooth, good make up makes you look good even without much effort, good camera makes good photos even if you are not a photographer. As I’m not fond of scrupulous work and not a pro in artistic photo editing, that was important for me to reveal the possibilities of the app in the hand of a lazy user like me. So here’re some of the 1-minute creatives.
Here’s my Paradise — blue ocean and clouds in the form of a cat, book, and a cup of tea.
I also found it interesting to put photos on a color background, gradient or solid.
Here’re some more 1-minute receipts.
Spice up your casuals summer photos.
Imagine you’re smaller than a strawberry.
Pineapple on the sunset.
Even if you don’t have an idea what to do with this app now — just get it and be ready to boost your creativity.