Photomizer Retro 2.0 esteve disponível como oferta em 5 de setembro de 2014
Editor de imagens brilhante e fácil de usar para aqueles fãs nostálgicos e fotógrafos amadores. O Photomizer Retro possui uma coisa acima de tudo: um recurso de "nostalgia" que permite que você possa criar charmosas imagens com um tom retrô. Ele dá às suas fotos uma qualidade esplendorosa.
A simulação de câmeras antigas e fotos em preto e branco ajudam você a reviver o charme de eras passadas. Por este motivo, o programa foi equipado com filtros retrô especiais que reproduzem as peculiaridades de diversas câmeras históricas e material de filme que não estão disponíveis há muito tempo. Junto com novas molduras e a surpreendente alternativa Lo-Fi, você garante diversos efeitos surpreendentes nos seus slideshows digitais e álbuns de fotos. Além disso, o Lo-Fi é a simulação de um tipo de fotografia praticamente extinto, como uma câmera pinhole.
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8 (x32/x64); .NET Framework 4.0 (if necessary, it will be installed); Min. 1 Gigabyte RAM (2 GByte recommended); CPU 1 GHz, (a fast Dual-Core or a Quad-Core recommended); Online Internet connection required to activate the software.
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Videomizer 2 otimiza e estabiliza os seus vídeos!
Otimização total e completa das suas fotos! O Photomizer usa uma quantidade de ferramentas de manipulação de fotografia; estas ferramentas editam os defeitos das imagens que estragam o efeito total da foto.
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Does what it claims pretty well and honestly 63% THUMBS DOWN is a shame.
However you can do the same with open source GIMP:
Or with PAINT.NET:
Or with PHOTOSCAPE:
For a more comprehensive IMAGE EDITOR app, I recommend this brand new excellent product:
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Automatic image improvement
Amazing results with underwater photos of fish
Ability to convert 100s of images in a single batch
Very simple to use
Optimize for web, image frame, archive, even make an HDR
Only the parts of the image that need touch up are adjusted.
The image information (EXIF) is sometimes not visible in the main screen
Slow processing with large number of images
The photos did not rotate based on their meta-data
Lack of manual (But honestly, its not necessary)
Overall, it is a handy image editor that can rekindle the spark for vintage and revive old memories through photos.
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Installed and registered the hard way on a Win 8.1.2 Pro 64 bit system. Is an extra installed WebReg.exe really needed, Engelmann??? And why do you insist to call the Iexplorer to promote your "super easy driver updater"?
Okay, after installation, the program can be updated immediately to the newest version.
An stylish understandable resizable interface opens, you can select filters to give your pictures the "oldfashioned" style, select grain structure and frames.
In the middle screen the before/after effect picture is shown with a slider to control your settings.
If you ever wanted to make your modern Nikon to a pinhole camera - you can take this. A good working set of so called "retro filters".
I am happy, that with my modern equipment, I have no longer the X-Pro II style with false colors.
Does as a stand alone software, what (installed or extra) filters in other photo software do.
Engelmann has renamed the "Run" button to "Start optimization now". It's really a question of definition.
I'll keep it as a tool to play with.
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German companies are usually more pushy and persistent in their marketing than US or Chinese and Engelmann is by far the worst. That popup about their annoying and IMHO useless DriverUpdater will come up many many times in future, too, whenever you launch the program, or when it connects to it's servers online, etc. I have complained to them in writing several times, and in not so kind words sometimes, but they never respond to this issue, even if you are a paid customer. This is why, although I have most of their software installed, I never use any of them anymore and will not upgrade or even look at anything they offer. This is how you can turn a good customer into a -practically- hater. Keep pushing that driver, Engelmann, until you drive all your customers away.
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It would be nice if the developers would check on the user's default browser, opening Internet Explorer has in the past driven my computer into meltdown, fortunately not this time.
Once the rigmarole of installation and registration had been completed it opened up to quite a usable interface, I do like the split screen.
Became very interested in photography in the 1950s and none of their filters except the last one, Panatomic X stirred any distant memories.
The film grain effects were far too weak even at maximum when compared with the early days of really high-speed film, 200 ASA say of Royal X Pan, where the grain looked more like gravel.
The sepia filter, sepia being even before my time, it didn't do too bad a job of, but it is hard to catch the wonderful depth and richness of a true sepia photograph.
A true retro filter system would have been a wonderful program, where you could emulate the glorious Leonar Grandamo (spelling!) range of papers, or some of the developers that enhanced the edges, or even the effects of developing film in a paper developer as used by newspaper photographers.
Sadly it did none of these, but today's digital photographers may find it useful, but it's not retro!
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