On October 23, 2013 developer from Korea MOOII Tech released PhotoScape X, absolutely new powerful photo editor software for Windows 10 and Apple Mac. For the last 8 years, PhotoScape X gained an army of loyal fans among photographers, graphic designers and home users for the easiness of editing image layers, background, cropping, changing colors and adding text. Let’s see why PhotoScape X is called a real alternative to PhotoShop and Lightroom. Is PhotoScape so good? (more…)
Collage makers have recently become very popular. There are enough online collage creators, take Photovisi, for example, and desktop applications to organize your pictures into a wonderful mess. Today I suggest that we have a look at one tool that can be installed on your computer and can be used even without the Internet access.
Haiku Deck is one of the best free presentation makers for iPad. It can’t completely replace Microsoft PowerPoint, Prezi or Keynote for Mac, but Haiku Deck iOS app definetely deserves to be reviewed. Look at the Haiku Deck presentation sample below!
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…)
Panorama photos are one of the latest trends in digital photography. Panoramic photos are good for displaying landscapes, sightseeing, monuments, and object covering vast area. Moreover, panoramic photos can be both horizontal and vertical, so you can highlight both the beauty of long The United States Capitol and tall The Eiffel Tower. But panoramas are rare in our home photo collections. (more…)
PhotoScape is probably #1 ranked free photo editor. Although, it’s often recommended for basic photo editing, PhotoScape hides lots of useful features for advanced photo enhancement. Previously, we reviewed its solutions for changing photo background or make transparent background in PhotoScape, today we will explain how to place one image above another one or speaking more professionally “how to overlay two images” in PhotoScape.
Everyone who works with piles of digital images, scanned faxes, PDF-documents, Photoshop files, and other stuff of that kind is familiar with standard Microsoft Document Viewer. Say it frankly, is it enough? If yes, skip this post, if no, go on reading. (more…)
Beauty is an incredible weapon. A right haircut makes us self-confident. When we go to a hairdresser to change hairstyle, we may feel uncertainty. A new haircut is a long-term investment in appearance. If it doesn’t go well, you may feel ill at ease and less self-assured. Did you ever dream to change your look or try new haircut, but uncertainty in successful outcome stopped you from something new? Millions of men and women, boys and girls worldwide dream about virtual hairstyle app that lets you try on latest hair style and new hair color. (more…)
I love open source software. My 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. (more…)
Nowadays almost each hand-held gadget has a camera to make photos. The photo files usually need some photo editing. Let’s learn how to edit photos. There are plenty of photo editing tools for all skill levels: simple online photo 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 PhotoScape quick tutorial for beginners. (more…)
Sometimes it’s a dire necessity because you have to calm down a child who is very upset. Sometimes it’s also a dire necessity because you need to calm down yourself and it’s a good idea just to paint a coloring page. Sometimes it’s a really funny game for adults to make the craziest painting in the world.
Professional photographers know how important it is to protect their own photos 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.