Put Stickers in Photos on Samsung Note 10.1
Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video tutorial, we are going to review Photo Editor stickers on the Samsung Note 10.1 (2014 Edition).
We need to access the Gallery application.
We can find it in the applications folder. The applications folder is located in the lower right-hand corner of the home screen. When we have found the icon, we tap it once.
We can swipe the screen right or left to browse for our applications until we find the Gallery icon.
Once we find the Gallery icon, we tap it once.
We will be in Gallery.
To edit a photo, we will need to tap the menu icon button located next to the home button.
Tapping the button will bring up different menu items. The first item in the drop-down menu will be "Edit".
We tap "Edit" once.
We will be in Photo Editor. We will review the different stickers that we can use in Photo Editor.
We tap "Sticker".
We will be in the "Sticker" menu of the Photo Editor in the Gallery application. There are four different selections that we can use: "Brush", "Comic", "Paper", and "Icon".
We tap "Brush".
It is the first option.
In "Brush", we can browse for different icons that we can use and put into our image.
For example, let's tap the nose sticker.
We can adjust the sticker by either making it bigger or smaller by tapping and dragging the corresponding blue box.
We can tap the top-right corner of the blue box to rotate the sticker.
We just tap and drag the corner up and down to what angle we would like it to be rotated.
If we simply do not like the image, we can tap the "X" in the top left-hand corner of the box.
Tapping the "X" will allow us to dissolve the image.
Let us tap "Comic".
We will look at the "Comic" images.
We select the image that we would like to place.
Let's tap the thunderbolt sticker, for example.
We are going to make the sticker smaller.
We place the image in the corner by tapping and dragging it.
If we like the image, we just tap the screen.
The blue box will dissolve.
Let's continue and tap "Paper".
We will find different icons that we can place on our screen.
Let's tap a sticker.
For example, the Band-Aid.
Let us make the sticker bigger.
We move it.
Let's place it in a corner, for example.
Now, we tap "Icons".
It is the last option in "Sticker".
Let's browse through the stickers.
We choose the one that we like.
For example, we tap the star lights.
We tap and drag the sticker to place it in a corner.
If we like the photo that we've made by adding stickers, we tap "Save".
If we would like to take a step back, we can tap the undo icon.
The icon is in the top right-hand corner and has an arrow turning back. In this video, tapping the undo icon will bring the sticker back to its original location into which it was put.
We can continue tapping the undo icon.
In this example, if we do that, the last sticker will be deleted.
Once we have finished working with the image, we tap "Save".
"Save" is in the top right-hand corner.
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Video: Put Stickers in Photos on Samsung Note 10.1
Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Grimm