Photo Grid allows you to create masks from photos of people or animals saved in your gallery. The feature, available in the iPhone app (iOS) and Android phones, is useful for applying stickers with faces cut out in selfies. In this way, it is possible to make montages with photos of friends, pets and celebrities.
After creating a mask, the app automatically applies the image on the user's face using facial recognition technology. Next, see how to step by step how to use the feature on your smartphone.
Tutorial shows how to create masks for selfies using the Photo Grid application Photo: Marvin Costa / dnetc
How to create posters with your photos using Photo Grid frames
Step 1. Open Photo Grid on your phone and tap the camera icon at the bottom of the screen. Then, touch the scissors cone to continue.
Path to access the PhotoGrid app's face clipping tool Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. Touch the "+" icon and choose a photo from the cell phone library to import into the face cropping tool.
When importing a photo into the PhotoGrid to create a mask Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 3. Move the pinch with your fingers to enlarge the photo on the screen. Use a finger to circle the face joining the two ends of the white line. You can help the clipping by touching areas of the line and pushing it into the face. When the cutout is adjusted, touch the "Done" button.
When cutting a person's face in a photo to create a mask with PhotoGrid Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 4. When aiming the camera at your face, the mask will be automatically applied through the facial detection system. You can use the pinch movement with your fingers to adjust its size. To take the photo, touch the white circle icon at the bottom of the screen. With the image created, tap the "Save" button. The photo will be sent to the cell phone library.
When to use a mask created with the PhotoGrid app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 5. If you want to send to a friend or post on social networks, just use the sharing cones.
Sharing options for a photo edited in PhotoGrid Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa