Too dark photos

Photos that look too dark (due to incorrect flashgun settings or lack of flashgun, incorrect shooting mode, shooting at night or in the dark environment, or in cloudy weather) can be corrected in numerous image editors. However, if there are lots of such photos, the correction process will take much time. Still, you can fix …

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Too dim photos

If you have photos that look too dim (faded, with softened colors as a result of incorrect scanner settings or poor scan source, shooting with cameras of low quality) and want to fix their quality and make them “brighter” for printing or publishing on a website or just for your home collection, you can correct …

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A flawless portfolio

If you are an artist or a designer, you need a portfolio of your works in standard formats, so that you can always deliver it to anyone and be sure that all the files are correctly displayed on any computer. Your works themselves will hardly be suitable for the task, as they are saved in …

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Changing image DPI

When printing digital photos, DPI (dots per inch) is a very important parameter. It is used to compare digital image size (pixels) and the resulting printed version. The higher is DPI value, the more pixels will be placed on the square inch of the printed image and the smaller this image will be. For example, …

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