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Here are 5 apps to create viral photos for your social media accounts

From people having to manually develop and edit film-reels to now shooting and editing photos and videos with the flick of some buttons on a smartphone, life has indeed changed.


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From people having to manually develop and edit film-reels to now shooting and editing photos and videos with the flick of some buttons on a smartphone, life has indeed changed.

In this millennial generation where Facebook photos are aimed to make your parents think you're doing fine, or Instagram posts to create an illusion that your life is picture-perfect, image and video editing apps have become social media necessity.

If you are on the hunt for an amazing editing app, here is a scoop on our top five favourites:


To help your posts stand out and make people swoon over your editing skills, Snapchat can be a great choice! The app is intuitive to use ? just swipe left and right to change filters on your photos and videos.

If you are a selfie junkie, the app will not let you down with its interesting face filters and funky stickers. While it may be perceived to ruin pictures by some, you can also draw and doodle on your photos and videos using Snapchat?s pen tool to better express emotion in your capture.

Snapchat lets its users add different filters, texts, emoticons and cool in-built stickers to their videos and photos and take their social media-game to the next level.

Roposo If you like jazzing up your pictures and videos with cool artworks, Roposo will become your ultimate go-to app! As far as mobile apps are concerned, Roposo has it all- a great camera, amazing filters and editing tools, and options for social media sharing that allow you to instantly publish your pictures on other social media channels.Get creative by clicking gorgeous pictures and creating fun videos with a variety of effects like time-lapse and slow-mo and add texts and hash tags in cool fonts. What we absolutely love about Roposo are the fun and unique filters that can spice up any picture. Full of cute and funky #trulyswadeshi stickers, Roposo will definitely make it to the top of your list.

VSCO If you use your phone to click, edit and share gorgeous-looking photos, you probably would have heard about VSCO. The app allows its users to capture and edit RAW files, edit GIFs, and videos and offers a variety of presets, both free and paid, that allow them to revamp their pictures in no time! Users can access app basic DSLR functions on the app- adjust white, balance, ISO and even shutter speed. Don't understand these features? No problem, VSCO suits the needs of professional and amateur photographers and produces astounding results!

Prisma Got a selfie or a picture of the sunset? Tell us how exactly is it different from the thousand others that are being shared on social media every day. Distinctive, creative, and fun- pictures edited in Prisma can be easily recognized because of its unique filters that stand out from all others which make the app an instant smartphone-hit. The biggest advantage with Prisma is its flexibility- you can choose images from your phone gallery or click fresh pictures using the applications built-in camera.

Canva You need an awful lot of patience to produce masterpiece photos and videos with perfectly written and placed typography, but it helps if you have an app like Canva. The app is less about image editing and more about adding graphics and textual overlays to make your photos and videos unlike any other. Transform any standard-looking photo into a professional masterpiece using Canva. The app?s drag-and-drop tools, along with its multiple fonts, layouts, and editing styles makes it easy for the users to create stunning designs from scratch.

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Are you tired of doing card-making and scrapbooking? Cheer up! We have a unique crafting idea for making wooden embellishments. You can use these embellishments in your own handmade cards, scrapbook pages, or art journals. Also, you can create wooden ornaments for your home or yourself using this method. You can create these adornments by using stamping techniques on wooden discs or any other wooden shape. For this, you can buy stamps for card-making from an online store at a great deal and also check out their latest promotions.


Materials Required - Wooden discs or wooden surfaces of any other shape, rubber stamps, and ink pads.

Which Stamp to Pick?

You can choose any rubber stamp of your choice, mounted or unmounted, keeping the size of the surface you want to stamp on in mind. If the stamp does not fit the wooden surface then the image will not look good and attractive. And also, you can use the same stamps as the ones you use for card-making to make an attractive and abstract image.

Stamping on Wooden Discs

We have chosen wooden discs as they are ideal for stamping, you can use any other wooden shape of your choice if you like. Make sure to select the wood wisely as the porous surface of the untreated wood can cause the ink or colors to bleed through. It is also better to practice stamping on rough sheets or other unknown surfaces before stamping on wooden discs. After enough practice, take the stamps, add some dark color ink, and stamp it on the discs. If you see ink running through the grains of the wood, then paint the surface of the wood to seal the pores.

When you do this, put even pressure from all sides so that the image does not look smudged or blotchy. Also, you need to be very careful with your fingers while stamping to make sure that the disc does not slip. Afterward, leave the piece to dry for some time.

Add a Finishing Touch

You can leave the stamped images on the wooden discs uncolored so that the wood is seen through. And if you want to color the image, then first check if the color bleeds or else, it will have a distorted and unfinished effect on the image. You can use color pencils or chalk to color as they are dry colors and won’t run through the grains. Seal the piece with a clear varnish to protect the image on wood.  

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