By ThinkTime Creations LLC
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The original and the best photo-to-sketch app in the Mac App Store. Now 50% off full price for a limited time.
PhotoSketcher is a delightful app to effortlessly turn your digital photo into an artistic pencil sketch. Just drag and drop your photo on to PhotoSketcher window and be amazed by the magical result.
- Intelligent algorithm produces great result out of box, no painful tweaks needed.
- Works on images of all sizes, large or small.
- Save sketch in original size with print quality.
- Copy & Paste
- Conveniently switch between original and sketch display. Or show both in a split view.
- Set pen color and background color.
- Colorize with original colors.
- Adjust brightness and contrast.
PhotoSketcher supports PNG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP and GIF file formats.
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What's New in Version 1.7
- Fixed startup issue
- Better retina support
Thank You for the update!!!!
PhotoSketcher Is a handy little program that I’ve been using for a couple of years with success. It’s also a steal at $4.99 for what It does. There are so many more exspenive apps at this store that never get updated because they can’t charge for upgrades here but ThinkTime Creations just did so for free !
Thank you for great customer service!
Wonderful app for kids,aspiring artists, etc
This app is extremely handy for quickly and easily converting any photo into simple lines. I’ve used it to make coloring sheets for kids and for watercolor paintings. It’s simple to use, has some nice simple editing tools plus the price is great.
This is amazing
If it simply converted the photo image to a sketch, it would be well worth the price, but it included a bunch of tuneable parameters and options to vary the line weight, the “wetness,” the background effect, etc. You can even colorize the sketches.
- Category: Photography
- Updated: Nov 14, 2015
- Version: 1.7
- Size: 17.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: ThinkTime Creations LLC
- © ThinkTime Creations
Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor