By Empoc, LLC
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Beautify you pictures with Reflection. Reflection is a simple to use application that is sure to be a useful tool for any graphics artist, developer or the average consumer.
Simply put, Reflection takes an image and applies a reflection affect to it, plain and simple but it doesn't stop there. See below for the features that make this a must have tool to add to your image toolbox.
- Drag & Drop to easily import your image
- Size Adjustment for quickly resizing your image
- Reflection Length adjustment to specify how much of the image you want to reflect
- Reflection Gap Adjustment to specify the amount of gap you want between your original and the reflection
- Reflection Opacity Adjustment to specify the opacity of the reflection.
- Perspective Adjustment to easily add some perspective to your image.
- Elevation Adjustment to easily add some elevation to your image.
- Background Preview Color Picker so you can quickly see what your resulting image will look like against any background
- Export as 1 image. When you save your image with the reflection it saves as a single image.
Reflections are a great way to make any image look more professional and is great for showcasing your work.
Supports PSD, PNG, TIFF, BMP, JPEG and many other file formats.
What's New in Version 1.2
Added Support for Snow Leopard
I'm updation my earlier review to FIVE STARS and thanking Empoc, LLC for listening to the users who (like me) were not able to benefit from the updates to the previous version because we had not updated to Lion OS X. I wish that other developers would be as responsive and ensure that Leopard OS X users of their applications are not forgotten as they provide compatibility to new Lion OS X users.
Look for something else
This showed losts of promise - but has lots of bugs. Image size is unpredictable. Changing reflection lenght to 0 or 1 cases all sliders to stop responding. On image save, produces a poor quality PNG - edges are jagged. Not ready for prime time! I'm using Snow Leopard 10.6.