Polarr Photo Editor 1.0 Tutorial (1 of 2): Basic Overview

hello and welcome to polar photo editor for iOS this is version 1.1 I’m just going to do a series of videos taking you through how to use this product so first if you go to left hand side of the screen you’ll see the filter options just click to choose different filters and these are good for making a quick change you can sort them by clicking on most-used and see the different ways to sort by modern film art and even have the option of creating your own custom filter but we’ll discuss that in a later video next going into the viewport click and pinch to zoom in and out in the upper right-hand part of the screen you can see the percentage of zoom as you do this motion click on the histogram button on the left hand side of the screen show the histogram it’s a distribution of colors and order brightness and click to remove click the eye on the right hand side of the screen for before-and-after and hold it before and release for after in order to see the menu you’re going to tap on the right-hand side of the screen we have different adjustment pads for each menu option in order to make adjustments on the adjustment pad there’s three ways to do it you can click and drag directly on the pad left and right these adjustments are in real time you can see a number at the top of the screen that represents the stage of that adjustment second way is to click on the box and a scroller will appear you can scroll up and down to make that same adjustment the third way is gyroscope enabled editing to use this click and hold the box while tilting the screen from left to right and you can make that same adjustment now at some point in this editing process you’ll probably make a mistake so in order to undo click the back button in the lower right hand side of the screen polar keeps an infinite history so you can go back to any point in your edits the left hand side of the screen is your edit history and you can choose which step in your edits you would like to go back to clicking revert will return you to the original photo in order to crop resize or tilt or tilts click on the crop button you make crops by clicking and dragging the edges of the box horizontally vertically or diagonally for tilts scroll up and down on the scroller on the right hand side of the screen you can see the edges of the photo shift inward and outward to maintain the integrity of the photo during the tilt process to rotate the image click on the 90 degree button and your image will rotate clockwise you can even choose an aspect ratio you like a click on aspect and selecting of the options such as one-to-one or any other aspect ratio once you have an aspect ratio you’re comfortable with click done to import photos click on the import button where you can import from your camera roll or take a photo we’re going to import from the camera roll go into your camera roll and select the photos you like you can pick multiple photos and import them all at once the photos you’ve just imported will appear on the bottom of the screen and you can choose the ones you like click on the filmstrip to have the option of viewing or not viewing those same imported photos to remove a photo click on the individual photo hold and hit remove you can do this for photos individually or you can remove all imported photos by clicking on this button and going to remove all photos to export hit the export button or you can export to the usual social media sites or save to camera roll we’re going to save to the camera roll there you go you


  1. Kenneth Paddie November 9, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    I love this App!! informative and precise instructions yet simple and fun to use. Doesn't get any easier.

  2. Vaibhav Y February 2, 2017 at 4:45 am

    please help me to unlock those all colors shadows all effects for free

  3. Vaibhav Y February 2, 2017 at 4:45 am

    please help me

  4. Tanmoy Roy August 22, 2017 at 10:25 pm

    thanks for the tutorial, subbed to this channel ?

  5. Foxtower Photo-Video September 15, 2017 at 7:33 pm

    Can you edit RAW files with this?

  6. John Earnest December 20, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    Wow, what else could be said. Thank You for video. 3 : – )

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