Draw over Photos on the Samsung Note 10.1
Edited by Grimm, VisiHow, Eng
You are watching VisiHow. In this video tutorial, we are going to review the drawing mode in Photo Editor on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
You can find Gallery by tapping on the application folder. It is in the lower right-hand corner of the home screen.
Tap on Gallery. You can find it on the home screen if it has already been placed there.
Then, tap on the menu button. It is located next to the home button. The first option will be "Edit".
Tap on "Edit" once. You will be in "Photo Editor" mode.
Now, tap on "Drawing". "Drawing" is the sixth icon from the left. Wait until Photo Editor loads different drawing methods. Once the download is over, you will be able to draw with different tools.
You can tap on a pen, pencil, brush, and other types of brushes and markers.
You can increase or decrease the thickness of the tool. You can do it by dragging the first slider in "Pen settings".
You can adjust the contrast (or how dark or light it is). You can do it by dragging the second slider in "Pen settings".
For example, let's tap on the red color.
Now, increase the thickness to the maximum.
To get out of "Pen settings", tap on the "X".
Now, you can draw over the image.
If you wish to go back or if you make mistakes, you can tap on "Eraser".
Swipe over the image to erase what you've just drawn.
You can also tap on the left arrow in the top right-hand corner of the drawing screen of Photo Editor.
If you like the photo, you can tap on "Save".
If you do not like the photo, tap on "Cancel". You will be taken back to the editing mode.
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Video: Draw over Photos on the Samsung Note 10.1
Recent edits by: VisiHow, Grimm