42 thoughts on “How to create candy-coloured photos”

  1. Hmmmm. I’ve never been forced to crop my photos into a square when using PicTapGo. I can even opt to post to Instagram in its full size from PicTapGo, so that Instagram doesn’t crop it down as it it does.

  2. I was going to leave the same comment as Dawn. One thing I love about PicTapGo is that you DON’T have to crop your pics to a square. You can leave them full-size (or crop them into various rectangles, if you wish) then when you’re at the “go” stage, just choose “Instagram full” and it will let you post to insta in your original size.

    I’m really loving the candy look of these pics! Thanks for the tutorial! I can’t wait to give it a try!!

  3. Pixlr Express for android users. My fave editing app!
    Just select your photo & select adjustment. Then select colour. From there you can change hue, saturation and lightness.
    You can also use the original size photo, no need to crop 🙂

  4. I use the Diptic desktop app and there you can adapt the ratio of your pictures, so you don’t have to limit yourself to the square options. Almost all the pictures and collages on my blog from before the summer are made with Diptic and you’ll see there are not many square ones…

  5. I love Aviary on android! ALL their features (effects, overlays, etc.) I think are still free temporarily with an Adobe account.

  6. Diptic app for android only lets you change brightness, contrast & saturation – cant actually change the colouring (unless i am completely using it wrong) 🙁 do you have any recommendations for another app similar to diptic? These pics are amazing…i want to join in :p

  7. Wow those photos are so cool. I love editing my photos, there are some great apps out there.

  8. Chantelle, loved this read! I’m in photoshop playing with a palm tree image so I’m so happy to see your blog post come up when searching, much love!

    Christy from Plan Your Gram x

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