PhotoFunia makes creating your very own cookbook as easy as boiling water. Simply choose a title for your gourmet dish and upload either a photo of yours (wearing a Chef’s hat) or a photo of your dish to impress your friends.
Dreaming of becoming next Jamie Oliver? You can start by putting on the Chef’s hat with the help of this photo effect.
Personal number plates are more than just a way for your car to be identified. Your number plates can actually say a lot about you and your personality. Create your very own personalized number plate with any text you like. You can also choose between five different colors for the car.
Put your photo into a wooden frame next to a beautiful lemon tree. You can choose between horizontal and portrait photo and the frame will rotate automatically.
Have your photo displayed on a huge billboard.
Create your very own custom vinyl record. Simply choose a photo, enter name of the artist and album in the desired text and color and let PhotoFunia do it's magic.
Your portrait drawn on a Drawing lesson with a pencil in color or in black and white.
Have your picture framed and placed on the wall of a cosy house with a kitty to keep it company. Nothing beats a warm atmosphere for your special picture, especially when it's cold outside!
In photography a double exposure is the superimposition of two exposures to create a single image. In other words, you take two shots using the same segment of the film and as a result you have a blend of two images.
For this effect we've already chosen a set of images you can use as a texture. All you have to do is upload your photo and choose one of those textures. For better results your photo should be a high contrast portrait on a plain light background.
Watch PhotoFunia transform an office building into a massive monochrome screen which displays text and graphics by switching lights on and off in every window. Simply enter the text and choose from four different symbols to create a stunning animation for any occasion.
Choose your photo and it will appear on a billboard next to the pedestrian crossing.