Expose is a photo editing application that offers 23 effects and filters that allow you to convert static photos into small looping videos
Expose is a new photo-editing application that offers a wide selection of filters to convert a static image into a 'punk' aesthetic animation. Blurs, neon-toned colors, blinks, and even Cyberpunk-style filters.
There are countless applications with which you can edit images, also social networks include their own editors. With so many effects and filters where to choose the most helpful thing is to pull what we already know; Hence, achieving an image different from the rest is increasingly difficult. Of course, there are more than enough options, such as those offered by the new Expose app. Do you want your photos to look like the neon Cyberpunk style? Well, Expose makes it easy.
Turn your photos into animated 'punk' postcards
The success of Cyberpunk is overwhelming despite the initial problems that both the developer and the players are suffering. Even so, there is no doubt that the graphic style achieved borders on the work of art, both for the aesthetics developed expressly and for the bugs that Cyberpunk treasures. And Expose drinks in that neon atmosphere to offer a very peculiar collection of filters.
Expose is a photo editing application that uses GPU rendering based processing to achieve 'glitch' or flicker effects. The app offers 23 effects and filters divided into different categories that allow you to convert static photos into small looping videos. Colors that move in parallel to the objects in the image, background effects, geometric combinations with blur, and a 'Cyberpunk air' that manages to completely change the original style of photography. Everything in a simple way.
The application allows you to apply an effect on any photo stored on the phone. This effect can be adjusted in intensity to achieve personalized results. And of great quality: Expose achieves effects that are as striking as they are achieved.
You can download Expose for free through the Google Play Store. Not all filters are available as there are some that require the 'premium' version of the app;. Additionally, the in-app purchase allows you to remove the watermark that Expose applies to the resulting videos.