8Bit Photo Lab, Retro Effects Mod Apk
8Bit Photo Lab
instantly converts your smartphone’s pictures to 8-bit retro pixel art. The result can be saved or shared in one click.
make pixel art pixelate your photos create memes design flashy posters have fun!
Choose from more than 50 colour palettes: GameBoy GameBoy Advance CPC 6127 Apple II ZX Spectrum Spectrum Commodore 16, and 64 VIC-20 CGA EGA Atari ST Amiga VGA (2256 colors )…
Custom color palettes can be created with the possibility to add colors and create duotone effects.
15 types of dithering: Error diffusion noise pattern checkerboard…
Large range of finely selected resolutions from 8×8 to 2048×2048
Multiple pixel aspect ratios, and attribut clash modes
Alternatives to flat pixels are fuse beads bricks puzzle-painted…
Retro 8-bit text, and other glitches can be added
Decorate your home with 8-bit stickers
Click on the right-hand or left buttons to apply the filter immediately to another image from your collection.
High quality output of up to 4096×4096 in PNG
Optional grid overlay for cross-stitchers and bead artists
This app is designed to be simple and efficient enough to deliver effective and attractive results.
Old school graphics conversions can make it difficult to achieve good results under all circumstances. If you apply a simple downsampling, low contrast images or those with greyish tones can look muddy. 8Bit Photo Lab offers a variety of options that can be used to optimize the look and feel of your images. When working with images of low resolution, every pixel matters.
You can start with one look (star icon), then you can mix colors, ditherings, resolutions, and other elements until you achieve the result you desire.
You can change a parameter to instantly update the results. You can browse through many looks at once!
These are the resolution palettes, dithering and main parameters. You can simulate more colors than the palette allows. There are many options available. You may have seen pattern dithering in both older software and user interfaces on many operating systems. In games, checkerboard dithering was common. The most accurate rendering is achieved by error diffusion.
There are four parameters that adjust the color value for each pixel. There are the usual brightness, contrast and local settings. The local contrast setting is extremely effective in bringing out details and allows you to decrease resolution, while still maintaining good subject definition. A side effect of reducing local contrast is that it can create a soft-focus effect, which could be a great way to take your art into unforeseen directions. Some of the more flashy colors can be made better by increasing saturation.
Cropping allows you to choose the area of your photo that interests you. Even a tiny portion of an image may still be able to convert to 8-bit. There is still hope, even if the subject is tiny.
There were few color options for computers in the past. Computers also crashed in strange ways often. To add chaos to your photos, use the glitch menu (blender icons). The menu includes screen melt, pixel scattering, pixel sorting, cellular automaton block Swapping RGB ofsetting Interlacing.
A text tool that works well, whether it’s to create memes or add text to a bubble. The app offers a wide selection of fonts and borders in 8-bit.
These are the keys to unlocking:
Larger range of parameters
More ditherings, palettes included custom palettes
Additional fonts and borders
Lossless compression of files (PNG), higher output resolution (upto 4096×4096), 1:1 output resolution