Snapheal - Fix your photos.
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Snapheal helps you fix your photos: remove unwanted objects & people, fix skin imperfections, restore old photos and much more.
"Inexpensive Alternative to Photoshop" - Mashable.com
Most other image healing tools only do half the job. Snapheal offers multiple precision erasers and image enhancement tools to ensure a flawless image.
PICTURE PERFECT EDITING
Heal blemishes, imperfections and acne, adjust skin tones and colors or crop, flip and rotate to make the perfect photo. Snapheal’s advanced and unique healing algorithm allows you to remove multiple objects at the same time.
RESTORE YOUR PHOTOS
Make those old photos look new! Remove scratches, watermarks and overlaying text. Snapheal can increase clarity, sharpness or adjust light, color, saturation and much more.
Snapheal’s powerful user interface gives you access to multiple image editing tools, effects and enhancements, not just healing. Whether an enthusiast or a professional, Snapheal supports all popular image formats including RAW.
Finished touching up your photos? Share your images with friends and family or reimport into your favourite photo management app.
Snapheal is the fastest way to remove unwanted objects and imperfections from your photos. Composing the perfect shot has never been so easy.
What's New in Version 2.9
Hello all. This update introduces the new logo and some major performance improvements for Snapheal.
The software now uses a new erasing algorithm and works faster. Plus it supports more RAW formats and works better with larger files.
So we have updated the icon as well to show that Snapheal has grown up.
Thank you for using Snapheal.
Yup, still great!
Some issues with downloading, but a fantastic app for the beginner to intermediate.
a few problems
A nice app but there are some irritations. I tried to find out how to add Snapheal as a plug-in to Photoshop Elements, but the web site link just takes me back to the home page and there is no manual or other source of help. Then I tried opening my Photoshop file in Snapheal format only to find that it won't open or (as far as I can tell) importas a .psd file. Which means I would have to save the file as a jpg in Elements first, losing my layers etc etc.
So please, guys, fix your link so that I can see how to use Snapheal as a plug-in in Elements. Then I'll give you another star. :-)
- Category: Photography
- Updated: Oct 09, 2015
- Version: 2.9
- Size: 81.6 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: macphun.com, LLC
- © 2011-2015 Macphun Software
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor