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A worthy alternative to PhotoshopPhotoScape is a free photo editing program with plenty of features and tools that anyone who is serious about looking at their images will surely want to take a look at. While not on the same level as Photoshop, it comes just as close as any free photo editor, and while it may not look very good, it works much better than many photo editors with a lot of potential. PhotoScape is an excellent free photo editor that offers users many useful tools and features to enhance and edit their images. Although it does not offer the same flexibility as Photoshop, it has a lot to do, from installation to completion (function () {(‘review-app-page-desktop’);}); Photoscape installation Downloading and installing PhotoScape is quick and easy. The installation wizard can sometimes connect other programs, so you need to pay attention throughout the process, but the general impression is light. After opening the app, you will see an interface that looks a little strange. This is mainly because the home screen looks unbalanced because the big picture is on the right and almost nothing on the left. Once you select an option, it will disappear, but it makes your first experience with the app a bit strange. Photo Editing Options with PhotoScape The somewhat unusual home screen offers two ways to communicate with your photo editing software. Clicking on one of the icons around PhotoScape’s main icon is one or you can access them through the tabs at the top of the application. Here on the home screen you also have access to language options, other options and other software from the same developer, namely PhotoScape X for Mac, VideoBlend for Mac and Morning Kit for Android. The different photo editing options, as they appear on the tabs, are: Photoscape: Home screen browser: File Explorer: editor: basic but useful photo editor: Size editor: edit multiple files at once Page: type camera frame Combination: Combine multiple images into one animated GIF : Create animated GIFs Print: Print your images Help: Help files Returning to the homepage, you have access to all these options and a few more, namely: Raw converter: selection tool to convert RAW to JPG: select a specific color Screenshot: Take what is on your screen Splitter: Divide the image into parts Rename: change the image file name (music, graph paper, etc.)) Photo editing with PhotoScape PhotoScapes is important for many photo editing functions. The application can be handled well, although the editing functions are not at the level of a more complex photo editing program. When you open the image in the editor, you see the image on the main screen, the file browser on the left and the editing options at the bottom. Editing options can be divided into home, object, clip and tools. The main limitation here is that PhotoScape does not support layers, but does have many other excellent editing features. With the home page, you can resize the image and apply all common effects, such as effects, filters, and average editing options, such as color, focus, and black and white. With an object you can write on a picture or insert shapes and symbols in it. Crop gives you many image-related options and tools that give you access to more focused settings, such as red-eye removal and the clone feature. Is PhotoScape a worthy alternative to Photoshop? Of PhotoScapework for image editing really depends on what you want to do or how professional the end result is. If you need real nail polish and the creativity that layers offer, you will probably miss PhotoScape. However, if you just want to make basic edits and have fun with your photos in the meantime, PhotoScape is a great option. It gives you all the fun of editing, with a much less complex and simple navigation application. This does not mean that PhotoScape can not create a professional image; It’s just going to take a little longer, because PhotoScape is not as smart as the layers you pay for, but it’s still a great app. When people talk about photo editing programs, layers are the lowest questions. Because Photoshop is an excellent application (and has Photoshop layers), it is often considered a basic necessity when it comes to a good in-app. The truth is, however, that many of us simply do not need layers for photo editing. If you think you can do without it, PhotoScape is a great place to start. It has an easy approach that allows you to significantly change your photo, and unlike an alternative like Picsart, it focuses more on correct photo editing than creating fun photos to share online. If you are looking for a precious photo book, PhotoScape should be your first stop. What’s new? The latest photoScape update has made some changes. These include: added “Black and White” and “Bandicoot” filters (Editor> Home, “Smart Blur” brush (Editor> Tools> Effects Brush), brush sizes increased from 3 to 4 and made larger, 29 more film effects are added, offering a total of 35 movie effects (Editor> Home) and an enhanced “Movie effect” user interface.