Most photo filter apps have a difficult time balancing features and functionality to create an engaging user experience, but Paint FX: Photo Effects Editor is one of the few that is able to nail both.
Paint FX: Photo Effects Editor includes an easy to understand interface that works great in both portrait and landscape orientations, providing you with quick access to all of its main features no matter how you like to work on your photos. It allows you to import photos from your library or pull them in from Facebook, and then spice them up with a huge selection of effects.
Each of the effects can be applied to the entire photo, or you can paint them in with your finger in order to only cover a portion of the photo. The app includes the ability to adjust the brush opacity, size, and edge along with the ability to zoom in on your photo, making it easy to perform intricate changes. You can also layer effects, and change each effect’s brightness, contrast, and saturation in a snap.
Paint FX: Photo Effects Editor includes a handful of other tools as well, like undo and redo, masking, an eraser, and the ability to share your photos via Facebook, email, or upload them to the Paint FX community page.
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