Geek Lab: Being Me.

Good day to all! I have heard from quite a few of my friends recently asking me what's the best way to add text into my photos or edit them, so I thought I would share some tips! Basically, I am almost a computer/IT idiot that's why Photoshop is too difficult for me (though I know everything can be done through it). I, however, edit almost all my photos through PicMonkey because it's FREE!
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Here's how: Click on the link and it will direct you to the page as shown below.

Then, open a file and upload it. You may crop it to Instagram square sizes (though we finally no longer need to) or any dimension you want. I like to play around with the exposure to add brightness to the photo, sharpen it a little and even adjust the temperature of the photo (warm or colder).
Then to add text to your photo, simply click on add text. The best part is that even your own collection of fonts may be found under the "Yours" section. Do note that those with a crown sign beside it requires extra charges.
 After playing around with the text, here's how it looks like:
Then click save. I like to save the photo quality as sean but if you are concern about the photo sizes, then there are 3 options to choose from.
Then finally, have it printed out and here's my layout with the hello lovely collection!:D
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Supplies used: August Capture Kit
Thanks so much for dropping by and hope you have enjoyed my project! We would really love to see your creations! Please hashtag cliquekits on Instagram or tag us on Facebook! Please also note that this is not a sponsored post or any sorts! It's just that PicMonkey is working best for my scrapbook needs so thought of sharing!:D

Till my next update, take care and God Bless!

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