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When you’re in PicsArt, your options are pretty much, well, limitless tbh. You can time travel back to the 90s with vintage FLTRS, make totally rad Stranger Things fan remixes, edit yourself roller skating on the moon with your childhood cat (R.I.P. 😢) and/or anything in between!  Of course, no one comes out of the gate knowing how to do it all. You gotta start with the basics before making the jump to extraterrestrial family pet level! Lucky for you, our basics are anything BUT. No matter what your skill level, these 5 tutorials will get you making some 🤯 remixes with just a few taps and maybe a swipe or two. 1. Dispersion Tool: Not Just for Murdering Avengers Sure, our one-tap Dispersion Tool can transform any photo into a scene straight out of “Avengers: Infinity War” in a snap,  but it also looks awesome on selfies, landscapes, puppies, avocado toast…basically…

If you haven’t heard Jonas Blue’s new song, “Polaroid” yet, you’re going to want to grab a box of tissues. The song, featuring Liam Payne and Lenna Stella, tells the story of two strangers who fall in love after a chance encounter, captured by a polaroid picture. If that isn’t beautiful enough, we are bringing the song to PicsArt for you to to remix all your polaroid dreams in a special, two-day remix challenge!  Jonas Blue is a London-based DJ bringing us the best combination of pop and dance music. The Brit Award nominee has risen to an incredible level of pop stardom, and is recognized around the world for his songwriting, producing and performing. He is, in every sense, a pop renaissance man, and we are so excited to partner with him for a two-day Remix Challenge. Remix your best polaroid image from 11/16 to 11/17 for a chance…

Polaroids may be retro, but we think it’s safe to say that they’ll never actually go out of style. Thanks to the help of an awesome user, we’ve found yet another cool way to incorporate that classic polaroid look into your photo editing (hint: it’s a really cool photo collage). With our photo editor and collage maker, there’s no need to invest in a polaroid camera. Our PicsArt backgrounds and Polaroid Love frames pack have got you covered. Check out this photo editing tutorial to learn how to create your own polaroid picture collage. Pro tip: If you’re looking for a good polaroid filter, try applying our Retro or Light Cross photo effects to incorporate that classic faded polaroid look into your photography. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android or Windows. Tap on “Get Stickers” and download the Polaroid Love frames, the Flower Paper backgrounds and…