photofiltre


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Photofiltre
PhotoFiltre is a complete image retouching program. It allows you to do simple or advanced adjustments to an image and apply a vast range of filters on it. It is simple and intuitive to use, and has an easy learning curve. The toolbar, giving you access to the standard filters with just a few clicks, gives PhotoFiltre a robust look.

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Filters
Its wide range of filters allows novice users to familiarize themselves with the world of graphics. You can find the standard adjustment functions (Brightness, contrast, dyed, saturation, gamma correction) and also artistic filters (watercolor, pastels, Indian ink, pointillism, puzzle effect). There are more than 100 filters to be discovered !

Vectorial selections
PhotoFiltre uses two types of vectorial selections. The first type uses automatic shapes (rectangle, ellipse, triangle, rhombus, rounded rectangle). The second type corresponds to the lasso and polygon. They both allow a customized form by drawing a shape by hand or using a series of lines. Every selection can be saved into a seperate file, to be used later on.

PhotoMasque module
With PhotoMasque you can create advanced effects of contour and transparency on your images by using preset masks. These masks are grayscale images, where white is the transparancy color, while opacity increases as the shades of gray become darker. Black means complete opacity. PhotoMasque comes with several basic masks to inspire you to create your own masks.

Automatisation module

This module allows you to apply basic functions/corrections (conversion, image size, framing) to a group of images.

Other functions
Transparency management for GIF images and exporting them to icons (16, 256 or 16 millions of colors)
Advanced text effects (rotation, shading, bevel)
Several types of contours and textures
Blending and assembling of images

NOTE: The installer includes now the Ask Toolbar. Uncheck the option when running the installer if you don't want to install it. PhotoFiltre and the Ask Toolbar can be uninstalled separately.[/FONT]
Photofiltre

I'm a long time user of Photofiltre.

I'm not sure how it's menus and toolbars compare to Paint Shop but it has more complex adjustments if you like to tweak and play.
 
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