As you venture into photo editing, you may find the options to be overwhelming. The Autofix feature is an icon you can select to automatically edit your photo. This feature focuses on dealing with problematic areas of a photo and does not try to add a particular style to your images. For less tech-savvy users or printing in a hurry, the Autofix feature can be extremely helpful.
The level adjustment section allows you to adjust three settings in your photos: brightness, contrast, and saturation.
The brightness setting changes the overall brightness across your entire image. Brightness adjustments can make an image feel lighter and airier and can make images taken in dark places easier to print.
The contrast setting changes the distinction between the light and dark areas of your photo. Higher contrast creates a more pronounced distinction between light and dark while lower contrast blends the two more.
The saturation setting changes the intensity of color in a picture. The higher the saturation, the more intense the colors of a photo will appear. The lower the saturation, the more your photo will look like it is black and white. Saturation adjustments are very stylistic in nature, so play around with this setting to find your desired level.
An easy way to stylize your photos is by adding filters. Our filters menu has a wide variety of options that can make photos feel warmer, cooler, brighter, or aged. Each filter will preview at the bottom of your screen. Simply tap on a filter to apply it to your photo. Once a filter is applied, you can still make level adjustments and add fun features like frames, stickers, and text.
Quick Action Edits
If you want to arrive at a beautiful print in one easy step, Quick Action Edits are for you. In a single touch, a Quick Action Edit will apply a series of edits, filters, and embellishments to your Sprocket photo. Like filters, simply scroll through the options and press them at the bottom of the screen to add the edits to your photo. These edits will not stack on top of each other, so as you press each option, a previously selected option will not interfere with your next selection.
While these are two separate menu options, they each work in a very similar way. The frames menu will allow you to add borders that wrap around your image. At the bottom of the screen, you will get a preview of what the frame will look like. Simply tap on the frame to apply it to your image.
In a similar way, the stickers menu will give you a preview of various stickers options you can add to your photos. Stickers can be resized, mirrored, and rotated by simply dragging and pinching them on the screen. Stickers are a great way to add a bit of fun and style to any photo.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a few more words to your photos. The text menu makes it easy to add headings, captions, and any other text your photo needs.
When you open the text menu, your screen will darken and your keyboard will appear at the bottom of the screen. Type out your desired text, then tap the check mark at the top-right corner of the screen to proceed.
Your text will now display on your photo. To move your text, simply drag it to your desired location and drag the corners of your text box to resize it. At the bottom of the screen, you will see options to select your font, text color, text background color, and text justification.
Sometimes you want to draw attention to an element of your picture. The brush tool is perfect for doing just that. At the bottom of the screen, you can select your brush size, color, and add blur to the edges of your brush strokes. Simply use your finger to draw to your heart’s content to add an extra element to your photos.
As you prepare to print your picture, the Crop/Rotate menu acts as something of a print preview. Here you can see your image with all your edits and get it ready for printing. You can change your image’s orientation, mirror it, or add rotation. This menu puts the final touch on your images before you print them.