Nare Navasardyan


Are you bored of monochromatic palettes? Thinking of adding that little extra something to your photos to get a more vibrant, romantic, or dramatic look? Would you rather create with dramatic contrasting colors or go for the harmony of hues? Whatever you’re trying to do, you’re sure to find a plethora of amazing tools for easy yet professional color editing on PicsArt.

Photo editing is an essential part of the music industry, especially when it comes to creating album covers. One may argue that album cover art is just as important as the music. Before ever listening to the album, the cover art instantly conveys the mood of the music. Professional artists often hire a team to work on their album cover, but what if we told you that you could achieve similar results with nothing but your phone?

PicsArt’s face swap takes your creative explorations to new dimensions. “Everything profound loves masks,” said Nietzsche. Do you have a flair for acting? Dream about your fabulous future career by putting your face on your favorite movie characters’ picture. Or start swapping and see how you’d look like in a meme or as the ancient Greek goddess born from the white foam. How about face swapping with Elsa from Frozen and controlling ice and snow in your Scandinavian kingdom?

Do you want to travel back in time and channel the aesthetic, style, and mood of a bygone era? Or perhaps you’d like your photos to have a grainy look, similar to the photographs of the iconic rock stars of the 1960s? Does the vintage, old film look resonate so strongly with you that you’d like to convey that vibe across your website and social accounts? We’ll give you step-by-step instructions on how to get film grain filters on PicsArt below, but first, let’s define film grain and look into the reasons why it is still a sought-after effect in digital photography after all these years.