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The open source photo software review section would be incomplete without GIMP overview, an exemplary open source photo editor. GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. At first sight, the engineering-sound name makes you feel that GIMP is not invented for shopping (photo shopping) or profit-making interest. On the contrary, open source GIMP is a pure brainchild of coding and high-tech. Is GIMP good for graphic design? (more…)
After 3 summer months you’ll have tons of pictures from your vacation, open air hangouts, BBQ parties that you might share with friends on your Facebook page. If you want to add an artistic look to your images, first of all, you should try PhotoMania, a Facebook fun online photo effects maker with over 250 free photo effects.
As I said in my previous post it is important to pay greater attention to image license prior to picture’s download. You have to check thoroughly what you can and what you cannot do with the images. Sometimes you are not allowed to use the image for commercial purposes, to modify it, to display the image more than a certain number of times, etc. Anyway it is preferable to give a credit to the author.
PhotoScape is a great freeware picture editor that can resize pictures, make mosaics, slides, remove image backgrounds and perform other advanced image manipulations like pictures overlaying. One of the best picture tricks you can do with the help of PhotoScape 3.7 is to make screen captures using this piece of free software. The inbuilt screen capture tool allows you to take screen records of all Windows areas including full screen, active window or only the screen zone that you highlight. Let’s learn how to capture screen with PhotoScape and to save screenshots without duplicates. (more…)
Nowadays almost each hand-held gadget has a camera to make snapshots. The image files usually need some picture editing. Let’s learn how to edit pics. There are plenty of graphics editing tools for all skill levels: simple online image editors, middle-level desktop picture editors, or advanced Adobe PhotoShop. This review is devoted to PhotoScape. You don’t need to be pro-photographer to edit your photos using this wonderful program. Check our quick tutorial for beginners. (more…)
We all love vintage Polaroid photos with famous white retro frame. It remind us of our childhood and the moments that we saved using our home retro camera. But old days are gone. So how to turn your pictures for Instagram or Facebook into Polaroids? Easily & free! Try VNTG Polaroid Frame camera for Android phone and shoot wonderful family pictures with old-school effects, frames, and filters. If you want to show your attention to your nearest and dearest, the app is the right choice for you. Let’s learn how.
What is Loonapix? Loonapix.com is a 100% free image processing service. The free online picture editor helps your make pictures look fabulous and funny in few clicks. (more…)
I have been wondering for a long time, how people manage to create logos for their blogs, sites, companies, events… If Photo Software & Design Blog didn’t have a logo, what would I offer if I had such a task but didn’t know how to manage various image editors? With this idea on my mind, I started looking for an online logo maker app…
Fotosketcher artistic photo editing technique is turning photos into sketches or drawings. A mediocre digital photo can become a sophisticated digital masterpiece made with free photo sketch software. To apply this feature to your digital images download FotoSketcher, a David Thoiron Windows application.
If you plan to change your haircut before a summer vacation or visit a SPA center on a weekend, don’t forget to stop at Taaz. It may become your best personal fashion stylist that you have ever dreamt of.
Do you like to relax painting with crayons your favorite coloring pages with flowers or mandala ornament? Or maybe unicorns, Disney or anime characters? Sometimes, it’s a really funny to make the craziest painting in the world in a coloring book.
Professional photographers know how important it is to protect their own artworks and reserve all rights over their creative works like mosaics, unique photographs, etc. They take advantage of Photoshop tools and label images effortlessly. Thanks to the smart watermarking, pro photographs fall under a strict image license type that limits free image distribution. If you want to restrict your picture usage and copyright images, there are easier ways than complicated Photoshop. Here are 6 fine and free programs that enable you to protect pics with either another image (for example, a logo) or a custom text.