Introduction of Picsart Stretch tool
Image stretching is an advanced editor function that can be used for enlarging some selected areas in different ways.
Because of that Picsart Photo Studio has for stretch tools, you can change the size of the chosen area, and you can be able to select four no of stretching patterns.
The Amount of stretching is depending on the time of holding your fingertip in the selected area.
However, it goes wrong; you don’t worry about any case. You can quickly go to the back with step by step. Therefore it is a straightforward and user-friendly interface for all users.
What is Image Stretching?
"Selected image area will enlarging is called as Image Stretching in Picsart Photo Studio"
Steps of using Picsart Stretch tool
Here I have shared the complete steps of the Picsart Photo Studio free version. Therefore anyone can use this step to stretch your image selected area very easily.
Step 1: Identify the Stretching Required Image
You need to go to Picsart Photo Studio Editor Mode and select a photo that you need to edit.
Basically, most women are worried about their figure. This stretch tool is very important to correct those worrying points.
Therefore I took a women photo for describing the functionality of the Picsart photo studio stretch tool.
Then you can see the appearance of the apps editing interface of the Picsart Photo Studio app free version.
Step 2: Open the Picsart Stretch tool
The Stretch tool is located in the tools section.
When you open the tools section, you can see the stretch tool in the second row, third icon.
Here, you can see the complete editing interface of the stretch tool in the image.
Picsart Photo Studio has two levels of restore methods. The first method is to restore the original image from one click.
In the top row, you can see that icon with two arrows. The second method is step by step, going backward to make the corrections.
However, this app has a different type of stretching mode in a single tool.
The Swirl counter-clockwise, Swirl clockwise, squeeze and inflate of the selected area in the image.
Step 3: Stretch the selected area as you want
Picsart Photo Studio is a very great customizable editor tool.
Therefore users can be able to do their creation with a wide range.
Warp is using to change the size of the selected area to do the stretch function, and power is represented the stretching Amount of the selected area at one finger touch.
Step 4: Different output with variable changes
Inflate tool can use to stretch some small selected sections as you need like this.
Then your whole image appearance will change without any bad marks.
No one cannot identify that the photo is an edited one.
Picsart Photo Studio has that much of advance and smooth editing tools for free.
I think you can identify the difference between the edited version with the inflate tool (First Image) and the original image (Second image).
The squeezing tool also can be used similarly. The third image shows the squeezed version of the original image.
Step 5: Make your Final Output
Here, you can see the function of swirl stretch tools in the image.
It makes a stunning appearance for seawater in one finger touch.
This is the beauty of the Picsart Photo Studio.
You can do various types of editing with one finger touch with the advanced tools in this excellent app.
Step 6: Save photo
Picsart Photo Studio provides three ways to save your image.
- You can directly send for your friends as an image file
- You can upload the output image on the Picsart Cloud server.
- In the final method, you can save the image in your smartphone memory (Gallery) as an image file.
- You can save and store the image in your phone gallery for less than one second.
- It will show the notification after the saved image in your phone gallery.
I hope that now you have a very clear idea of the usage of user-friendly Picsart Photo Studio, Stretch tool, and how to use it properly.
You can download the original and latest Picsart Photo Studio version for your smartphone from the below download button. (It is available for all iOS, Android, and Windows Operating System platforms.)