Merge two images to create beautiful and creative Double Exposure pictures with Picamerge.
- Tuaw: "Picamerge is a rather unique photo app for iOS that is designed solely to create double exposures to make some unique looking images."
- AppZapp: "The so-called “double exposure“ effect can lead to interesting results. The motto of the app is “Two become one” and works simple and easy."
Multiple exposure is the superimposition of two or more exposures to create a single image, and double exposure has a corresponding meaning in respect of two images. (c) Wikipedia
All images that you see on Screenshots are made in Picamerge app.
• Filters changes a lot of settings with just one touch (no need to twist and move all that weird sliders)
• However, you can adjust all filter settings with just one slider
• Choose image from Photo Library or create new
• Pan and zoom your images
• Crop image with square preset
• Save result image to your Camera Roll
• Share to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, E-Mail etc.
• iOS 8 compatible, clean design, ease of use.
Picamerge is image blender app that allows you to overlay one image above another and apply filters quick and easy.
Filters perform alpha compositing, tone and apply art effects to images.
Picamerge helps you to create Art from regular images!
- Sharing services bugs fixed
Ratings and Reviews
No More Support!
Was a great App. Malfunctioning now. Be very cautious buying anything from this company!
Great concept marred by fatal flaw
Picamerge is a wonderful concept and has huge potential to be one if the next killer apps. The biggest flaw I found, and one that will likely keep me from using this app, is that there is no way to pan and zoom the background image, so you will need to make sure your crop is perfect in another app before starting.
*At first the user interface looks clean and tidy, but adding images results in a preview image that is less than desirable.
*The filter effects are nice but there is no unfiltered / original option.
*Simple cropping, rotating and flipping should be available on each individual layer.
If the dev can fix these issues then this app has a very bright future.
Total waste of money. Don't bother.
After reading a review and seeing the example images in this App Store page, I had high hopes for Picmerge. Sadly, this was a complete waste of $1. Instead of intelligently blending the light and dark regions of the images, it just does boring blends. After having used it, I am 100% certain their example images were not made with this app. You might as well just layer 2 images in photoshop at 50% opacity.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.