How to Make Polaroid Photo Effect by Cell Phone | Publishers

How to Make Polaroid Photo Effect by Cell Phone | Publishers

The Nomo app applies an effect that simulates Polaroid photos on images captured on Android or iPhone (iOS) phones. The filter can be used on photos taken on the spot with the camera or on files uploaded from the device gallery. To speed up the development of images, the app asks the user to shake the smartphone, making a move made famous by revealing physical Polaroids.

The free version of Nomo creates Polaroids in the traditional format with white borders and a larger empty space at the bottom, with the photo in the center. The paid version offers other options for older cameras and costs $ 79.90 per year ($ 299 in direct conversion). Here's how to make the Polaroid photo effect for free on your mobile phone. The procedure was performed on an iPhone 7 with iOS 12, but the walkthrough the same on devices with Google system.

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Nomo app creates Polaroid effect photos on Android and iPhone Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetcNomo app creates Polaroid effect photos on Android and iPhone Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetc

Nomo app creates Polaroid effect photos on Android and iPhone Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetc

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Step 1. Download Nomo from dnetc. Open the app and see the camera viewfinder on the home screen. To capture a photo, press the main button. If you want to take a selfie, use the button below, illustrated with a landscape photo and a portrait;

App Nomo creates Polaroids in rear camera photos and selfies Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo FernandesApp Nomo creates Polaroids in rear camera photos and selfies Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

App Nomo creates Polaroids in rear camera photos and selfies Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Step 2. After capturing, tap the circular thumbnail of the photo, located in the bottom right corner of the screen. You will see the image slowly unfolding. According to the app, the photo is ready in 90 seconds, but the user can speed up the process by rocking the device;

Rocking the phone simulating the revelation of a physical Polaroid accelerates the application of the filter in the app.Rocking the phone simulating the revelation of a physical Polaroid accelerates the application of the filter in the app.

Rocking the phone simulating the revelation of a physical Polaroid accelerates the application of the filter in the app.

Step 3. Tap Polaroid to open it in full screen. To share on social networks or save to device memory, tap the sharing arrow;

Share your Polaroids on social networks or save the image to device memory Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo FernandesShare your Polaroids on social networks or save the image to device memory Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Share your Polaroids on social networks or save the image to device memory Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Inserting the Polaroid Effect in a Gallery Photo

To insert the effect into a photo saved in the device's memory, tap the yellow photo film icon in the left corner. Then select the desired file. The app will show the result applied and you will be able to save or share to social networks in the same way.

Nomo applies Polaroid photo effect to gallery files Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo FernandesNomo applies Polaroid photo effect to gallery files Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Nomo applies Polaroid photo effect to gallery files Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Ready. Take the hint and create Polaroid photos on your phone quickly and for free.

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