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Sunday
Feb102019

Get the perfect Instagram-worthy shot with this app

No Instagram boyfriend? No problem. This Korean photo app is here to help you get that perfect travel shot. Called SOVS (or SomeOne Very Special), the app will show your friends or the stranger you asked to take your photo how you’d want it to turn out. Just select from the menu of poses illustrated as white outlines and hand this over to the person taking the photograph. They would just need to superimpose the avatar over you. The outline size can be adjusted and moved around based on your liking. These can appear in the photo or just serve as a guide that disappears after the photo is taken. The shot can be a square or in a 3:4 ratio. There are two versions of this iOS app. SOVS costs 99 cents and is meant to be used for solo shots, while the SOVS2 is free and has different poses for group photos. You can unlock more of the poses via in-app purchases.

Source: The Verge