How to rotate image in a fotofusion frame.
Hi, I wanted to share what I stumbled upon while creating a new wallpaper for my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone. Never had I been able to rotate an image within a Fotofusion frame. Sure I could rotate the whole image and frame together, but it was frustrating for me to have to edit in Photoshop exactly how I wanted my image and import into the Fotofusion software. Well now I feel real silly because it’s so easy to do! Check out this tutorial.
If you are interested in creating your own wallpaper for your smartphone, you will need to know the default display resolution. Try searching the key words of your phone brand and display specifications. This is what I found for the Samsung Note 8.
In Fotofusion when you create a new project the canvas settings will need to be in pixels. The Note 8 is 1440 X 2960 pixels. These numbers will need to be replaced with your phone’s specifications. See screenshot below.
Now start creating to your hearts content. You will want to keep in mind of the app placements. During the output of the image, be sure to change the dpi to 300. You will want to verify the output is the same specifications of your phone display. Once the image has been exported, next it will need to be added to your phone gallery. I just emailed from the computer to an email address on my phone and saved it to the gallery.
Go to the settings app on the phone. Click on Wallpaper and Themes.
Be sure you are on the wallpaper tab. Click the settings icon on the “My Image” to select the newly created wallpaper. You will need to choose Home Screen, Lock Screen or Home and Lock Screens.
This is how mine looks.
It certainly was not my intention to include two tutorials into one post. What a thrilling discovery I made while playing with my new phone wallpaper. I like to change my purse out quite frequently and of course my phone appearance must coordinate with the purse or whatever my mood may be!
Have fun and start creating your own wallpapers!
Take care and best wishes.