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PT Photo Editor is a unique photo editor that lets you edit photos like a professional by an easier and faster way. In PT Photo Editor, you can remove all imperfections in a flash, enjoy amazing color control, add stunning artistic effects and much more, turn every photo into a work of art with your creativity. Main Features: Advanced Retouching Tools: Quickly and expertly improve, correct, repair, and get rid of any flaws in your photos with professional quality and precision. Turn good-looking pictures into spectacular. Funny Liquify Tools: Have as much fun tweaking images as you do taking them. Twist, bulge, squeeze, or add artistic details with the new Forward Warp, Push Left, Bloat, Pucker, Twirl Liquify Tools. Pro-Quality Adjustments: Enjoy a simple and elegant collection of intuitive, professional-grade image color and detail adjustment tools. Real-time workflow design gives you an unsurpassed operating experience. You can easily adjust exposure, saturation, shadows and highlights, contrast, reduce noise, improve clarity, or even remix individual colors, changing the image's feel and mood completely. Smart Selective Editing: PT Photo Editor provides you an all-new selective editing way. With its powerful, accurate collection of selection tools, you can quickly and easily select any part of your images. Then, apply different adjustments and effects to the selected and unselected image area individually and simultaneously. Professional High-Quality Processing: Full-time 16 Bit Processing: With full-time 16-bit per channel processing architecture, make advanced color adjustments to an image while keeping its color rich and vibrant. Color Management: PT Photo Editor is fully color managed. So the colors in your image will be displayed correctly no matter what color space you're using in your workflow. And you can convert your edited result to any specified color profile.
Price USD29.95
License Free to try
File Size 14.33 MB
Version 4.3
Operating System Windows Vista Windows XP Windows 8 Windows 10 Windows Windows 7
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