Thursday, 1 November 2012

Quick New Tool for Healing & Restoring Photos: Snapheal

This new editing app for mac users makes removing unwanted objects really easy. Read this article with accompanying video, from Picture Correct, to see just how easy it is.

Image editing can be a real pleasure, but it can also be exhausting, especially if you want to make changes that require either professional apps that cost a lot or skills that only come from years of experience. 

Removing unwanted objects from photos – cars, wires, people, trees, trash, anything of the kind – can be either very simple, depending on the background and general composition of the image, or a real headache. For mac users, Snapheal can make this task easy as never.

Follow this link to get full details and also to take advantage of a special offer from Picture Correct:  Quick New Tool for Healing & Restoring Photos: Snapheal – PictureCorrect
Photoshop Elements 10: The Missing Manual 
Elements 10 offers much of Photoshop's power without the huge price tag. It's a great tool for most image-editing buffs—whether you’re a photographer, scrapbooker, or aspiring graphic artist. But Elements still doesn't come with a useful manual. This bestselling book helps you get the most out of the program, from the basics to advanced tips for both Windows and Mac users.

The important stuff you need to know:

  • Quickly learn your way around. Customize Elements to suit your working style.
  • Get to work right away. Import, organize, and make quick image fixes with ease.
  • Retouch any image. Learn how to repair and restore old and damaged photos.
  • Add pizzazz. Give images more zip with dozens of filters, layer styles, and special effects.
  • Design with words. Make text flow along a curved path or around an object or shape.
  • Find your creative flair. Create scrapbooks, greeting cards, photo books, and more. 
  • Try out advanced techniques. Work with layers, blend modes, and other tools.

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