Whether you are a professional or an amateur, you will be amazed by the power Superimpose X gives to your fingertips. Composing images with multiple layers, double exposure, superimposing is easier than ever. All your projects are saved in beautifully designed session area. So, you do not have to lose your current project if you want to move to another one in the middle. And of course Superimpose X comes with Masking Library, where you can save all your masked images, like stickers for later use. And all of this, packed in a beautifully designed interface that does not intimidate you, despite the amount of capabilities it comes with. To list out a few features... • Multiple layers (up to 24). • 16 different adjustment layers. • Blending modes, 18 of them. • Opacity control. • Numerous masking tools. From Magic Wand to Magic Lasso to predefined shapes. • Automatically mask out people from photos using AI. • Filling of a layer directly from camera, with real time rendering with its mask and blending modes. • Built-in shadow creation tool. • Built-in Light Wrap tool. • Masking Library to store your masked images. • Session Library, that automatically stores all your projects. • Non destructive adjustments and layer blur. • Non destructive beautiful photo effects (63 of them). • An amazing Clarity tool. • Advanced adjustment tools. • Tools like Text, Curved Text, Selective Blur, Motion, Zoom and Spin Blur, Lens Blur, Gradient and more. • Number of distorting tools like Warp, Perspective transform and more. • Numerous paint and effect brushes and option to customize them. • Smudge brush • Clone stamp brush • Brush for Darkening, Lightening, Desaturating etc. • Option to export PSD with layers. • Access to more than a million royalty free stock photos. ...and more. And if you are already using the classic Superimpose app, you can seamlessly transfer all your masks into the new Superimpose X. This is how you could transfer the masks... 1. Open the original Superimpose app. 2. Press the "?" button on the top right corner of the "Home" screen. 3. There you should see an option called "Transfer masks to Superimpose X". 4. Press that and your masks should be available in Superimpose X.