Focus Photoeditor 7.0.5
A powerful image editor, suitable for novice, intermediate and advanced users, that can blur, crop or rotate images, as well as apply numerous effects
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- 48.3 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- NeWest Software Centurybyte
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- C: \ Multimedia \ Graphic \ Digital Photo Tools
Focus Photoeditor is a tool you can use to edit your image files in a professional manner. The interface of the program is clean and simple and you can insert an image by either using the file browser or the "drag and drop" method.
Thus, you can use some simple tools like crop, move layer, move selection, magic wand, geometric selection, pick color, text, pencil, line and arrow.
You can adjust an image when it comes to colors, texture, objects and effects (e.g. red eye reduction, brightness, saturation, contrast, HUE, sharpen, blur, emboss, gradient).
Furthermore, you can convert gamma, apply a grayscale, negative or equalizer, add a watermark, load scripts or enable automatic tools (e.g. fix wizard, contrast, stretch, decontrast, white balance, dynamic range, smooth skin).
You can also remove noise (luminance, chroma, RGB, pixel), apply filters (e.g. glass, ripple, oil paint, sepia, twisting, bumping, frame 3D, mirror) and transform the image (e.g. rotate, perspective, skew, add borders, whirpool, flip, seamless).
In addition, you can create new blank layers, merge layers, import selections from files, as well as select threshold, range, adaptive contrast, shadows, and others.
The program has many functions you can explore, uses a moderate amount of system resources and contains a comprehensive help file.
We haven't come across any problems during our tests. Although there is the possibility of configuring advanced image editing settings, even first-time users can learn how to manage this program. We recommend Focus Photoeditor.
Focus Photoeditor was reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on April 14th, 2015
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8 64 bit
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