Photobucket is pleased to announce the release of our latest smartphone app, Snapbucket! This cool new app gives you all sorts of cool features, including a wide variety of filters, vignettes, sets and frames! How does it work? Well, we're glad you asked – it's really easy: Snap, Style & Share!
Snap a photo with your smartphone. Style it your way with multiple filters! Share it with friends using Facebook or Twitter.
But that's not all! You can even create your own filter sets and save them, and the more you snap, the more effects you unlock!
Check out these cool features that Snapbucket gives you:
Choose from filters, effects, vignettes and frames to style your photos your way.
Create YOUR OWN unique filter sets and brag about them to friends.
Show off your stylin' skills by sharing with friends to Photobucket, Facebook or Twitter.
Unlock new effects the more you use Snapbucket, and get filters that'll make your friends green with envy.
You'll always keep your original photo, so don't worry, go crazy with styling!
Check out our tutorial video below or find more information at the official Snapbucket page! Keep on snapping and remember: Photobucket for Life!
Your momma is so….WONDERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL! Show Mom you love her with a unique greeting on your favorite picture. It's simple to create a personalized and memorable photo card that Mom will always remember. Here are a few tips:
1. Click the "Edit" button above the photo you want to edit:
You are now in the Image Editor. 2. Click on the "Decorate" Tab, then click "Borders". Select a border that you'd like to add to your photo. You can adjust the width of the border, color, etc. at the top of this page so be on the lookout for those options. The photo below uses the "Daises" border.
3. Add a special message! On the "Decorate" Tab, click on the "Text" box. Enter a message and select a font, font color, and size.
4. Add some stickers! On the "Decorate" tab, click on the "stickers" button. Browse through dozens of stickers and select any that you like.
5. After you are satisfied with all your edits, click "Save a Copy" of your photo and you have yourself a lovely unique Mother's Day greeting!
Log in your account and start editing! Not sure what to say? Head over to our Mother's Day category and find a greeting that fits your personality!
Try our new Color Splash effect!Transforming your photos with the Color
Splash effect just got easier with our brand new effect in the Image Editor.
Color Splash allows you to keep certain areas of your photo in color while the
rest is black-and-white. Here’s how it works:
1) Click the “Edit” link on the photo you want to
edit. This opens the Image Editor.
2) Click the “Effects” Tab, and select the first
option: “Color Splash”. Your photo turns black-and-white.
3) Drag the brush (black dot) over areas you want
in color. You can select the brush size to apply the effect to both small and
4) Click “Save a copy” when you are satisfied with
all the areas to create your new Color Splash photo!
Add a professional touch to your photos with the "Borders" feature in the image editor. Choose from a handful of fun styles to make your photos stand out and give it an authentic feel. Here are some simple steps on how to add borders to your photos:
1. Click the "edit" button above your photo.
2. Click the "Decorate" tab and select "Borders". A menu with border options will appear. Play around with each border to see which is the best fit for your photo. The photo below has the "Vignette/Matte" border applied because it has so much extra space around the edges.
3. Voila! You have yourself a great professional looking photo!
This is interesting. Use "advanced options" on the Pop Art effect on the Photobucket image editor. You can selectively choose a focal area for the Pop Art effect, and play with fades. The results can be interesting.
Here's how you make a pop art "ink stamp" effect with Photobucket's built-in Photobucket. This takes about a minute to do. Click on "edit" next to any photo in your album on Photobucket to launch our built-in editor (powered by Fotoflexer).