-Studio Line Basic
-Aurora Photo Editor
Step 1: Upload Picture
Step 2: Add or Subtract Color
Start coloring around the inside edges of the object you wish to make pop. In my photo I wanted the Swoosh to be grey so I edged around that as well. I have found that using a bigger size brush helps because I move the brush around smoother and with less shaking. Smaller size brushes "shake" more to me. Another way to help is to slow down the tracking speed of your mouse or trackpad in settings. This can help tremendously if you are having trouble moving the mouse too fast.
After you have filled in the edges, start filling in the center of your object. This obviously can be done pretty quickly even if your object is small. After you have finished filling in the center, look for small blemishes on the outside edge of your object. There will probably be some in the middle as well if you brushed that area over pretty quickly.
When I click save iSplash tells me that there is a duplicate photo. Sometimes I rename the pic but that takes a lot of creative thinking. You'll want to be able to remember the file name for your awesome new pop color photo! Usually though, I just replace my new picture with the old one. The pop photo looks cooler any way!
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