If you use an iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X to take pictures, you will find a Portrait mode. This camera mode lets users take photos with blurred background. To perfect your portrait or selfies on iPhone and make the backgrounds even more diminished, you can make use of the selective coloring or color splash technology to make yourself sharp and in full color while the background in black and white. So how can you make selective black & white images on iPhone?
Facetune is the fun and powerful portrait & selfie editor app for iPhone. Here’s how to make the background black and white and foreground or any part you like left in color on iPhone using this app.
Get the portrait and selfie editor for iPhone first. Run the portrait editor app on iPhone, add your selfie or any picture into the image editor. Tap on Retouch at the bottom left corner, then swipe left to reveal more tools at the bottom section of your iPhone screen. Choose B&W, then swipe on any part of the picture to make it black and white. Drag the slider bar below the photo to fine tune the B&W effect. Finally tap Save (check icon) >> Share >> Save to Camera Roll to save it as a new photo in your photo album on iPhone.