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Picture My Wall

Photographers, need to convince a client that a big print would look great on their wall

Photographers, need to convince a client that a big print would look great on their wall

Picture My Wall

by Scott Straka
Picture My Wall
Picture My Wall
Picture My Wall

What is it about?

Photographers, need to convince a client that a big print would look great on their wall? Don't just tell them, show them with Picture My Wall!

Picture My Wall

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
(7)
Size
24Mb
Genre
Photo & Video
Last updated
August 23, 2014
Release date
March 6, 2013
More info

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Photographers, need to convince a client that a big print would look great on their wall? Don't just tell them, show them with Picture My Wall!

Are you wondering how those photographs or that artwork will look in your house? You can use your imagination...or you can use Picture My Wall!

Using your own images, set the background, set the scale and then let your imagination go wild. You can add frames to the wall of any size (scaled correctly) and then fill them with your images. Drag them around your wall until you are happy with the result! Share your creation with others!

Updated Features for Version 2.0
- Ability to use Metric measurements
- Ability to add multiple frames at one time (clusters)
- Ability to create your own clusters

Features
- Use your photos as backgrounds
- Add frames of any size to the background (correctly scaled)
- Move the frames around the background
- Zoom/Pan the image in the frame
- Save the scene for later editing
- Save the scene as an image in your camera roll
- Send the scene in an email directly from Picture My Wall
- Measure the distance between frames

Visit us at www.facebook.com/PictureMyWall

Guidelines for best results:
- Ensure background picture is taken parallel to the background wall
- Background picture should be well-lit