- What is Dispersion Effect?
- How To create a Dispersion Effect in PicsArt? And,
- Options & Adjustments of Dispersion Tool.
What is Dispersion Effect?
Dispersion refers to a process of distributing things over a wide area.
In Images, Dispersion refers to Pixels being distributed over a wide area.
How To create a Dispersion Effect in PicsArt?
There actually are a lot of ways to create a Dispersion Effect with your images.
Step 1 : Choose an image for your project.
Portrait images and those with a motion would work perfect for the dispersion Effect.
The above image is of a Man in Field.
Step 2 : Open the image in PicsArt.
Step 3 : Go to Tools>Dispersion. The interface changes.
Step 4 : Highlight the desired areas by brushing over the image.
Note : The Highlighted areas are marked in red. Refer to the image provided above for more information.
Options & Adjustments of Dispersion Tool
We can also make additional changes and modifications to meet our sight.
We can adjust the Size, Opacity, Direction etc. of the dispersed pixels.
Read further in the paragraphs provided below to learn how to adjust your dispersed pixels/particles.
1. Stretch :
The “Stretch” option allows you to manage the distance between each dispersed pixels or particles.
The image above was captured with 100% Stretch.
2. Size :
The “Size” option allows you to increase or decrease the size of the dispersed pixels or particles.
The image above was captured with 10% Size.
3. Direction :
The “Direction” option allows you to choose your desired direction for the dispersed pixels or particles.
The image above was captured with 38% Direction.
4. Fade :
The “Fade” option allows you to increase or decrease the amount of Opacity for the dispersed pixels or particles.
The image above was captured with 61% Fade.
5. Blendmode :
The “Blendmode” option allows you modify the Blending Mode between the original image and the dispersed pixels from “Normal” to 9 other Modes. Such as Multiply, Difference, Screen etc.
The image above was captured with Blend Mode “color burn”.
Below is a sample of the completed edit.