Today I wanted to talk about a blending app called MultiExpo Pro by developer Millena Korneeva. Again I came across this app by not looking for it and saw the potential it has to grow. So far it’s a really great start with some hiccups. I’ll talk about the hiccups further down the blog post. The top photo was edited with MultiExpo.
After the load up, you will have these two options to load your two photos. Just tap on one to load or take a photo. Then do the same thing again to load the second photo.
I wanted to show you this too. When you tap on the bottom left gear button above the MultiExpo logo. This screen will pop up, you can follow the app on social medias and spread the word about the app.
Ok, now I’ve loaded my photos up to blend together and make some art. If you notice the top left and right corners, there are buttons. The left is Clear (start over) and the right is OK (next).
After you load up your photos, you can adjust the brightness of the photos for blending. Sometimes you want one photo to be a little more dominant than the other. This way you can have better control over certain details you want to bring out as you blend them together.
After you’re done blending your photos, you go to the next step. You have three buttons, Original, Masks and Color Blend.
Masks is for masking in these design into your blended photos. You play with the slider to get the style you’re looking for. The last screen shot is when you tap the Original button and that message pops up on the screen.
Color Blend is for the different blend modes and color variations. Some of the blends have slider control and some of them don’t. Play with the blends and see what you like. The only problem is when you use Color Blend or Masks. You can only use one or the other and you can’t pile onto of each other. I’m hoping this will change in future updates.
After you’re done with that editing screen, you’re taken to Choose Filter to apply on top of your creations. You can choose not use a filter to pick a filter. This is something worth playing with because the outcome can change with a simple filter applied on top of your image.
Last is save and share, you can even load you image to another app. After you save your image this screen will pop up to let you know it’s saved.
Here is my saved creation from MultiExpo. The resolution save is 1920 x 1920, not high but not low either. If you use a lower resolution photo or images, you have a lower res save. I hope in the future after the bugs are worked out, there will be a high res save…
I wanted to share the hiccup problem I was having with MultiExpo. What happen was I did two edits on my iPhone 4S. I was working on my third image and the app crashed. Then the screen popped up when I loaded the app. Whenever you see this message, always tap on Send Report or Always Report. This helps developers know when the crash happened and where it happened. Even if you try it again and do all the normal protocols after the crash, tap on the button to report the crash. I let the developer know what’s going on too. She told me they are going to look at the reports and implement the bug fix in the next update. If you don’t send the reports, the problems won’t get fixed and you’ll be constantly frustrated with the app.
This last edit I did on my iPad and have no problems with the app on my iPad. It worked very smoothly. MultiExpo Pro is universal to the iPad. Now if you not sure if you want to buy the app, there is a FREE version, MultiExpo. There is also an update coming up soon for the app. When the update comes out, MultiExpo will be released for Android. This should make Android people happy. Overall MultiExpo is a great app regardless of the crash hiccup, it has potential to grow and become one of the best apps.
Requires iOS 5.0 or later, comparable with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It’s also optimised for the iPhone 5/5S.
If you have any questions please leave a comment to email me firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to thank Millena Korneeva for giving me a promo code to try MultiExpo Pro out. Have a great day and see you soon…