Canon EOS M5 Fujifilm GFX 50S Sony CyberShot RX100 V Nikon D5600 Panasonic Lumix GH5 Sony Alpha 6500
Canon EOS M5 Fujifilm GFX 50S Sony CyberShot RX100 V Nikon D5600 Panasonic Lumix GH5 Sony Alpha 6500
  News Headlines APPLE CANON FUJIFILM HTC HUAWEI LG MICROSOFT NIKON OLYMPUS PANASONIC PENTAX SAMSUNG SONY  
Samsung Galaxy
 
     
Powered by True
Counted by OneStat.com
Ilse Jurriƫn : September 4th 2006 - 22:03 CET
Online photo tool Tourist Remover

Digital Camera Review Test Appareil Photo Numerique Prueba camara digital Digitale Camera Test Dijital Kamera Incelemeleri Digitalkamera Test Digitalkamera
SnapmaniaOnline photo tool Tourist Remover : snapmania, a leading digital photo service, announced the first-ever online tool application that removes unwanted moving objects such as tourists or passing cars from photographs. 'Tourist Remover' is a free application, available to users of snapmania's online photo service that offers a new way to organize and share photos. Tourist Remover's removal algorithm is fully automatic and requires only 3-10 photos of the same object taken in succession. There is no need for a tripod. To take advantage of Tourist Remover, users only need to sign up for a free snapmania account, upload their photos to the site, and use the drag & drop interface to move their photos to Tourist Removal area of the site.
Online photo tool Tourist RemoverSnapmania Tourist remover
Where Tourist Remover's ingenious software will remove the unwanted obstacle and return the photo to the user's account. Tourist Remover has already attracted significant attention within the blogging community. In addition to Tourist Remover, snapmania allows users to easily create a wide variety of photo-related items, such as Web albums, e-cards, slide shows, photoblogs, photobooks, t-shirts, cards and other print-related products. Free sign-up is available at the website of Snapmania which includes 100 MB of online storage for photos. All of snapmania's applications offer the ease of a PC-based application, but run exclusively on a Web browser.

About Snapmania
snapmania is a leading online photo management service, created by futureLAB, a Top 500, Switzerland-based software development company founded in May 2000 by a team of experienced Internet software and network specialists. futureLAB specializes in the design and implementation of innovative software solutions, such as those offered by snapmania. The fotoZEN online photo management platform is the latest achievement in that area. It won two "Best of Swissweb" awards, in the Innovation and Creativity categories. futureLAB works with more than 30 partners including leading European telecom and media companies like cablecom (UPC, Liberty), sunrise (TDC), swisscom, NZZ, Blick, Hotelplan, and Interdiscount.





   Photo Editing Software Suite
   Photo editing software Corel Alta unveiled
   Photo sharing website VirtualTourist
   Next  Epson PowerLite 400 projector
   Previous  Back to School with new consumer electronics
   News by brand:Snapmania
   News by category:Software
   News by brand and category:Snapmania Software


Android smartphone
Twitter LetsGoDigital
Latest news headlines
G6 from LG delivers outstanding 4K image quality
LG Dolby Vision Android phone
LG G6 Premium smartphone with Dolby Vision
P10 Series official announced by Huawei Mobile
LG X power2 Android phone with powerful battery
BlackBerry KEYone smartphone with security features
VTech launches smartwatch and action camera for kids
LG Gram notebook series for the mobile lifestyle
BlackBerry KEYone phone with full-sized keyboard
Content transfer service for Apple smartphones
Garmin equips cycling teams with premium accessories
Acer to showcase air measurement device at 2017 MWC
Bosch subsidiary develops microphone for smartphones
Internet of Things home solutions at Mobile Congress
MWC 2017: Swiss manufacturer shows waterproof watch
   
CanonCasioFujifilmNikonOlympusHTCSamsungSonyPanasonicNokia
  Accessories Android Apps Camcorders Digital cameras Mobile phones Smartphones Software Tablets   CES CeBIT Gadgets IFA Photokina PMA