Daily Deal: InPaint Photo Editing App Bundle for Mac & Windows

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The InPaint Photo Editing App Bundle has 5 apps to help you learn how to edit photos like a pro. With InPaint, you’ll have the power to delete light poles, trees, photo bombers, garbage cans, and any other objects you don’t want in your photos. InPaint will magically fill the selected area with intelligently-generated textures pulled from the surrounding image data. iResizer’s image resizing software rescales images non uniformly while preserving the key features of the picture. Batch InPaint is designed to remove typical objects like timestamps from batches of photos. With PhotoStitcher you can stitch multiple photos into a picturesque panoramic image. With MultiView-Inpaint, you can easily remove tourists or any unwanted objects from a photo. The bundle is on sale for $25.

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DashikiCrowd (profile) says:


Great offer for a reasonable price! You should only use licensed programs if you want to save time and be sure it will work. I recently ran into a watermark issue. I thought that any program could handle them, but i was wrong. I tried about ten programs that were difficult to install on a computer, they were also difficult to use and had to read the instructions to figure it out. But the saddest thing is that in the end they all spoiled the image. A designer friend of mine advised me on a great program to combat watermarks. http://watermarkremover.com/ I was absolutely delighted. The speed of work is an intuitive interface and after removing the watermark the photo retains its quality. Why didn’t I ask my friend’s advice before, I don’t know)))

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