PhotoScape

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Most image editors can’t compete with the sharks
in the image editing category. As a consequence, they prefer to pack the
basic features without sacrificing ease of use, which results in a
large crowd of fans.

PhotoScape belongs to this category, bundled
with the most common image manipulation tools, while preserving a fun
and accessible environment. In terms of functionality, the application
performs regular photo enhancements, such as resizing, graphic effects,
crop, printing and GIF animations.

The first encounter with
PhotoScape is pleasant to say the least. The menu is structured in a
circle with animated icons that stand for different modules. These
include a viewer, editor, batch editor, page creator, image combiner,
GIF animation, printer, splitter, screen capture, color picker, RAW
converter, photo renamer, and paper print. All these titles are at least
self-explanatory.













In addition, you can develop photographs from
an online studio, and find similar faces on the Internet (including but
not limited to celebrities).

So, here's what you can do: combine
photos to create a single one, slice an image into several pieces,
capture a screenshot (which is no different from Print Screen), batch
edit a bunch of photos, use the editor to create special effects (e.g.
red eye correction, mole removal, paint brush), and several others.

PhotoScape
is fun to work with although it doesn’t bring outstanding or unseen
features to the table (except the face search feature). You can spend
quality time with it when you need to make small changes and don't want
to burden yourself with heavier software. It’s recommended especially
for beginners, but professionals can still rely on it for some of the
most basic image editing capabilities.









 

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