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Imperfect Photos And How You Can Fix Them




So your picture came out less then perfect. Blemishes or wrinkles, red eyes and wrong color balance - you can fix it all without having to learn or pay for Adobe Photoshop. Try these tools instead.

FaceFilter Studio

FaceFilter Studio's enhanced product features make digital photo repair simple and convenient for professionals and home users alike. Unwanted facial expressions, blemishes and wrinkles are things of the past. With FaceFilter Studio, problem photos become perfect photos in 4 simple steps. Using muscle-based photo morphing technology, FaceFilter enables anyone to enhance expressions, remove common skin blemishes, smooth wrinkles, sharpen and improve facial structure, correct color balance and more. FaceFilter Studio also serves as an excellent addition or supplement to your existing photo editing software, maximizing your ability to create perfect photos. Now photos you wouldn't have given a second thought can have a second chance.

PhotoCleaner Professional

PhotoCleaner performs the sequence of operations that are usually done manually using some general-purpose image-editing program like Adobe Photoshop. The main difference is that PhotoCleaner does it automatically without having you to learn a sophisticated user interface and waste a lot of time repeating each step manually. You could adjust the enhancement settings or turn any of these processing steps on and off. The following steps are performed when the image (or multiple images, when the batch mode has been selected) is enhanced, assuming that all checkboxes on Settings pane are checked:

* Resizing

* Auto-rotate (if digital camera has orientation sensor)

* Levels adjustment with optional color correction

* Color saturation

* Reveal shadows

* Noise reduction

* Vignette

* Sharpen

* Add caption

* Add frame

PicaJet FX

PicaJet FX is a photo organizer that offers direct import from your camera, image sharing via email or web gallery, automatic photo enhancement, personal ratings and categories, as well as printing features and more. The photo organizer allows you to view your images by rating, keyword or date/timeline and you can easily categorize your images by simple drag and drop. In addition, it offers convenient editing features to correct red-eye, cropping, image sharpening, level adjustment and more. Additional features include direct CD/DVD burning, an image search engine with support for EXIF data, slideshow maker and an easy to use tool to generate a web gallery from perfect templates.

For additional information please refer to:

FaceFilter Studio
http://www.deprice.com/facefilterstudio.htm

PhotoCleaner Professional
http://www.deprice.com/photocleanerprofessional.htm

PicaJet FX
http://www.deprice.com/picajetfx.htm

John Deprice is an amateur photographer with 20 years of experience. His website is http://www.deprice.com/design.htm


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