Editing Images on the Photobucket Mobile App
Let's get to it!
To access the editor on the mobile app, tap on a photo and swipe up on the Copy links bar at the bottom of the screen and then tap on the Pencil icon that says Edit.
You will see the different editing tools we have:
Easily crop, resize, flip, and rotate your image using this tool.
Make your images pop by adjusting any of the functions below:
Brightness - Adjust the overall lightness or darkness of your image.
Saturation - Adjust the intensity of the color in your image.
Contrast - Adjust the blacks and the whites of your image. High contrast means the blacks are really dark and the whites are really bright. While a low contrast will make your image look like it has a gray wash to it.
Gamma - Adjust the overall brightness of an image. Use this feature to help make sure your images don’t look too bright or too dark.
Clarity - Will adjust how sharp the image is. This feature will adjust the colors of the image.
Exposure - Adjust the amount of light that affects your image.
Shadows - Adjust the details of the darker areas of your image.
Highlights - Adds extra emphasis to the brightness of the image.
Whites - Adjust the details of the white balance of your image.
Blacks - Adjust the details of the black balance of your image.
Temperature - Adjusts the tint of the images. The lower the temperature, the more of a blue filter it will show whereas a higher temperature will give a hint of orange.
Use this to keep one area of your photo clear, while blurring the rest of the photo to help your image pop more. Use the slider to adjust the focus and blur.
Filters, Overlays, Add Text, and Others
Choose from a variety of filters for your photo to enhance your photo in new and dynamic ways.
Add stickers to the image such as smiley faces. You can adjust the size and rotate the sticker as needed.
Add text on the image. You can adjust the size, positioning, and the font face and color.
Add transparent filters on the image. These filters will appear as an overlay rather than changing the aesthetic itself. Tap the filter to cycle through different presets for the filter.
Select from a number of frames to accent your image. This will add a digital look of a frame.
Edit, or add, brush effects. You can “paint” over parts of the images.
Undoing and Saving
If at any point you want to go back you can tap on the arrows on the right side of the screen just above the editing toolbar. You can tap on the X on the Editor bar on the bottom of your screen to close the editor. If you have edited the photo there will be a pop up that asks if you want to discard the edited image. You can tap on “Yes” to discard the edited image or “No” to continue working on the image.