What are Layers and how do I use them?
Photoleap is a top of the line photo editor built on the best softwares, giving you, the creator, an opportunity to create with ease!
Photoleap uses a Layering system allowing you to easily, clearly, and strategically build Layers one on-top of another. You can create Layers from the following 7 options - Text, Import images, Text to Image, Draw, Stickers, Shapes, and Fill. While editing a Project you can always find the Layers Toolbar in the main editor by tapping on the Arrow at the bottom left of the screen.
You can always see all of your Layers by toggling the Arrange icon (second from the top left). Try rearranging the order of the Layers by dragging their thumbnails to the desired location. Check out Merge and place one directly on-top of the other to combine the two Layers. Lastly, you can always hide a Layer by tapping on the thumbnail and selecting Hide.
ProTip: Users who have made a Pro purchase in Photoleap can use up to 12 Layers!
Articles in this section:
- Where can I find tutorials?
- What are Layers and how do I use them?
- How many Layers can I use per Project?
- How do I delete my Projects?
- How can I change the background?
- How can I remove someone/something from my photo?
- How do I add a transparent logo in Photoleap?
- How can I frame a specific layer?
- Can I import custom fonts?