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Post by Don on October 19 2014
In my previous post I mentioned why the redeye reducer/remove page is postponed due to further developments for the collage page. Below is a video demonstration of what will be integrated to the collage page soon.
Basically it's a collage maker that allows you to choose a layout or also known as a grid for your images to be collaged based on the number of images you choose to be made into a collage. Per amount, you will be able to choose a layout/grid of how you would like the images to be collaged.
I've made a video demonstration of what it is like. Please keep in mind upon viewing the video: it's a demonstration only. The page is not styled in any special way. What you will see in the video is not what or how it's going to look once it's basically integrated into the main collage page. It will be similar but integrated to the main collage page.
I hope you enjoy the video as much as I'm enjoying putting together this new addition to the collage page!
(Note: The light blue background color you will see in the video where the collaged image will appear is only a background to give contrast and not part of the actual collaged images. I've included the last collaged image from the video in this post below.)
Post by Don on August 17 2014
The redeye reducer/remover page is currently postponed due to further developments for the collage page that needed immediate attention. Nothing wrong, just an additional feature to the collage page is currenly being developed.
Stay tuned for further developments..
Post by Don on July 24 2014
I was expirementing with the Sketch edit on the edit page and thought how fun would it be for my nephew to "color" himself? So what I did was, I took an actual image of him in it (see images below) and went to the sketch edit option. I checked the Set as Grayscale only checkbox and clicked Apply and what you get is a neat sketched image that allows you to use crayons, markers, etc, to color your own image!
All you have to do is print out the sketched image! There you have it!
Post by Don on July 15 2014
Sometimes we need a little bit more color.. yes that also implies to our complexion as well. lol With the Enhance section on the edit page, you can enhance the color of an image or you can reduce the color of an image. You have 5 controls to play with that allows you to expirement with this: Color, Black, White, Gamma and Sigmoid.
Below are two images of the same image of the Detroit Institute of Arts. One is the original and the other is enhanced using the Color control to give the image more color as demonstrated.
The Enhance section on the edit page is personally one of my favorite edits. Once in a blue moon I use it to give my personal photos more color to myself when I'm looking a little pale.
It's all about expirementing. This is the point of the edit page; to expirement with images having full control with the editing of an image. Have fun!
Post by Don on July 9 2014
I'm proud to announce I'm currently working on a redeye reducer/removal feature for those who capture/take images that result in red eyes in their images.
It is in the developing stages at the moment. Below is an image of Bella Swan from the Twilight movie series. Image shows her with red eyes from the final movie and the image next to it shows her red eyes reduced/removed using the redeye reducer/removal I'm currently working on!
Stay tuned for further developments!
Edit: I've added another image below demonstrating the effectness of the redeye reducer/remover below. Thank you Sarah Skakum for the wonderful image!