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Ilse Jurriƫn : August 8th 2006 - 13:57 CET

Recolored review at Softpedia


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SoftpediaRecolored review at Softpedia : Softpedia, the online Encyclopedia of free software downloads, reviewed Recolored 1.0.1 software. Recolored is a software tool for colorizing black and white photos, replacing colors in color photos, and applying other effects to digital images. Perhaps the most exiting application of Recolored lies with adding color to old black and white photos, through a process called colorization. This process has traditionally been done by hand, requiring great skill and patience to achieve good results. Recolored gives anyone, from computer novice to expert graphical designer, the chance to achieve professional looking results with little effort. Recolored software makes editing easy as it sounds.
Recolored review at SoftpediaRecolored 1.0.1 software - Colorizing
According to Softpedia: "Now the hardest part of the colorizing process begins - drawing brush strokes inside the different areas of the image to indicate the desired colors. Most pictures require zooming in for accurate results, and Recolored allowed me to zoom up to 3000% ratio, which should be enough for everyone. The tutorials offered in the Help menu are a great way to get you started, so don't hesitate to check them out! Let the colorization begin."

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Softpedia continues: "Recolored is very easy to use once you understand its basics, and that won't take long at all. This program is very good at its job, and this is the best thing about it. Recolored doesn't support PSD or TIFF files, and that would be a great addition for the future, as well as some basic image adjustment features, such as hue/saturation and brightness/contrast controls." You want to learn more about Recolored software? Continue to read the Recolored review at Softpedia.

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