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PHOTO POS PRO
- add a frame to an image and then create a photo collage
- remove unwanted objects and red eyes with a clone brush (you can even remove zits and moles from facial picture portraits)
- create a greeting card, after inserting a new object into a photo (e.g. change image background)
- create a flame effect, film artwork design and a neon sign
- add watermarks and vector objects to any images
- apply filters (reduce noise, sharpen, blur, morph, edges) and effects (perspective, spin, wave, line slice, metalize, inner shadow, star dust etc)
- create layers, frames and scripts
- turn your designs into HTML pages and much more
Batch mode supported, so you can reduce the size of all pictures of yours in a certain directory and improve their quality with one mouse click and without having to open each file separately.
It also supports many picture file types, including the password protected ones, as well as a wide a wide variety of digital devices such as scanners, Just pay attention while installing this FREE GEM, since it’s ad supported. So to avoid the installation of useless third-party toolbars, switch to the “custom installation” mode and you are done.
* Beauty Guide + Cosmetic Guide
http://tintguide.com/beauty.html
http://tintguide.com/cosmetic.html
* Portable RealWorld Paint 2011.1
Very handy and reliable FREE app which makes image editing a breeze. The editor supports Photoshop, GIMP, Paint.net files and animated GIFs.
It’s not only able to remove objects, red eyes and blemishes from your photos with its clone tool, but it can also make animations (flashing buttons, animated forum avatars, filmstrips etc…), create professional logos, buttons and/or web icons, as well as change shapes of your pics with the Shapeshifter tool (Liquify in Photoshop’s terms).
http://www.rw-designer.com/image-editor
And for a more comprehensive FREE & PORTABLE Image Editing Solution:
http://hornil.com/en/products/stylepix/Features.html

Ed.

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#2
PS. The first 2 integrate as Plug in's, in Photoshop. Ed.
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#3
these run on a Mac, Ed?
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#4
Not as far as I can make out, but, try clicking on the Link/s, and see what happens, or, put names into your search engine, again see. Post findings please. Ed.
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#5
(Sep 14, 2013, 09:37)EdMak Wrote: Not as far as I can make out, but, try clicking on the Link/s, and see what happens, or, put names into your search engine, again see. Post findings please. Ed.

So.....You're posting an ad for something you've never used?
Valley of the Sun, Arizona
D2Xs, D200's, D100's, LightRoom, CS-CC
2HowardsPhoto.biz
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#6
(Sep 10, 2013, 11:48)EdMak Wrote: PHOTO POS PRO
- add a frame to an image and then create a photo collage
- remove unwanted objects and red eyes with a clone brush (you can even remove zits and moles from facial picture portraits)
- create a greeting card, after inserting a new object into a photo (e.g. change image background)
- create a flame effect, film artwork design and a neon sign
- add watermarks and vector objects to any images
- apply filters (reduce noise, sharpen, blur, morph, edges) and effects (perspective, spin, wave, line slice, metalize, inner shadow, star dust etc)
- create layers, frames and scripts
- turn your designs into HTML pages and much more
Batch mode supported, so you can reduce the size of all pictures of yours in a certain directory and improve their quality with one mouse click and without having to open each file separately.
It also supports many picture file types, including the password protected ones, as well as a wide a wide variety of digital devices such as scanners, Just pay attention while installing this FREE GEM, since it’s ad supported. So to avoid the installation of useless third-party toolbars, switch to the “custom installation” mode and you are done.
* Beauty Guide + Cosmetic Guide
http://tintguide.com/beauty.html
http://tintguide.com/cosmetic.html
* Portable RealWorld Paint 2011.1
Very handy and reliable FREE app which makes image editing a breeze. The editor supports Photoshop, GIMP, Paint.net files and animated GIFs.
It’s not only able to remove objects, red eyes and blemishes from your photos with its clone tool, but it can also make animations (flashing buttons, animated forum avatars, filmstrips etc…), create professional logos, buttons and/or web icons, as well as change shapes of your pics with the Shapeshifter tool (Liquify in Photoshop’s terms).
http://www.rw-designer.com/image-editor
And for a more comprehensive FREE & PORTABLE Image Editing Solution:
http://hornil.com/en/products/stylepix/Features.html

Ed.
Thanks, Ed. Just saw this this a.m. Pat
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#7
Sadly, there don't seem to be Mac versions available for these Sad
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#8
Wall-E, why do you say this, please elaborate, thanks. Ed.
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#9
(Sep 30, 2013, 11:13)EdMak Wrote: Wall-E, why do you say this, please elaborate, thanks. Ed.

"Not as far as I can make out, but, try clicking on the Link/s, and see what happens, "

If I interpreted that wrong, my apologies. If you're going to promote something, then say WHY we should do that over something else, and what YOUR experience with it is.
Valley of the Sun, Arizona
D2Xs, D200's, D100's, LightRoom, CS-CC
2HowardsPhoto.biz
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#10
The statement was referring to a MAC Computer, read the post above mine.
Why it should be done, is up to the individual. I have no idea what they have installed/tried.
I have all installed. Suite me, again the user will decide this for themselves. Cheers. Ed.
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