Blog . Facetune
Facetune is a photo editing app that produces images similar to what professionals are able to achieve in Photoshop. You can download this app for $3.99 in the app store.
Start off with a demo photo or import a photo. Select the photo to load, or If you want to use your own photo, press the small camera icon in the top left corner.
The crop tool has three different settings: drag and crop, fixed ratio, and change orientation. Once you are satisfied with what will be cropped, press the blue check mark in the top upper right corner.
This can whiten teeth, skin, faces, or anything else you want to be whitened in the photo. Select the toothbrush icon at the bottom of the screen to be able to use it, there is also an eraser tool if you are unsatisfied with your whitening.
This tool smoothes out wrinkles and can also smooth out skin complexion or overall texture of an object. You can change the brush size and erase mistakes.
Using this tool will let you enhance part of a photo to have it pop. You can change the brush size and the strength of the brush.
Redefine face contours, make a smile wider, make eyes bigger, etc. You have the option to undo a few times before it resets the photo.
Rid any unwanted blemishes or objects out of the photo. Undo a patch or change the brush size by making a scissor motion with two fingers.
You can change the color of a t-shirt, add makeup to a face, add highlights/lowlights to hair, along with many other possibilities. You can also select a color from the photo and use it elsewhere in the same photo.
This removes red eyes in an image and can brighten areas of the eye that are dark. Add any color to the eye after the redness is removed.
Blur objects in the background to add more focus to the main subject of the photo.
Adjust the lighting, texture, and the lens. To remove or add more of an effect, tap the wipe icon at the bottom of the screen.
Add a classic, artistic, or compare frame.
Press the blue arrow in the top right corner of the screen. This will give you the option to save it to your camera roll, send it in an email, share it on Facebook/Twitter, Tumblr, and open it in Instagram or another app.