Do You Really Need Photoshop For Simple Tasks? InPaint Photo Editing App Does The Same Tricks For Less
With the InPaint Photo Editing App Bundle for Mac and Windows, you can use these five apps to do high wire image editing tricks for only $5 each.
Big , bright, shiny image editing apps are undeniably dazzling. With all the special buttons, tools and options available in a premium editing kit like Photoshop, you can not only do any feat of digital manipulation, but you will also get the software to launch a SpaceX rocket and make a sandwich at the same time.
And if you’re a professional photographer, you might be able to justify a $20.99 a month subscription fee. But only do some quick calculations, and it’s not hard to see that the price of power editing is strong , powerful, high.
If you’re willing to forego the cache of the Photoshop name, you can still handle a vast majority of the tasks the average photographer needs to do at the same quality level for a whole lot less with the tools in the InPaint Photo Editing App Bundle for Mac and Windows
This set includes five apps with more digital editing resources than most photo lovers would ever need. But even if you’re trying to trick your photos just like a pro, these apps will make it happen.
First, InPaint lets you instantly delete virtually anything out of your photos. If it turns out your pic includes a light pole sticking out of the back of someone’s head or some obnoxious watermark or even a stupid photo bomber, InPaint can fix it automatically. The app uses intelligently-generated textures around your objects to fill in the deleted area. So no more clone tool — ever. You can fix old photos, remove date stamps, smooth out wrinkles and skin blemishes and yes, just scrub stuff you don’t like right out of existence.
You’ll also get iResizer, which simply moves the elements in your picture to cut your photo to the size you want. If you’ve ever wanted a landscape-composed image to match the Instagram square without distortion, iResizer can close spaces and allow other image wizards to match it into a smaller frame.
In the meantime, Multi-View helps you scrub moving objects out of your photos;
Can fuse multiple photos together into a seamless panoramic picture; and BatchInPaint does the same doctoring of photos as InPaint, with multiple images at once.
Each of these apps is available separately for $19.99, but as part of this full package, you can pick up all five of them for $24.99, just over the average of 30 Photoshop days.
Prices subject to change.