If you have a lot of images and photographs of buildings and landscapes, some of them might be tilted a little to the side, or may have some disorientation that is ruining the whole picture. Converging lines in architectural images of tall buildings are a common fault that occurs due to the different perspective of the photographer and the camera lens while taking the picture. This makes the shots look unnatural when the vertical lines get distorted, even when using professional SLR cameras. This problem can be solved using special lenses designed for the job, but they are too expensive for everyone to afford. If you want your pictures to look professional and don't have the resources to spend too much on photography equipment, try ShiftN
instead. It is a very light-weight and easy to use application for Windows that automatically fixes the line distortion effect without forcing you to make any effort. More on ShiftN after the break.
High dynamic Range Imaging, aka HDRI, or simply HDR, is a technique that allows bringing out the range of intensity levels (in images), which are found in real scenes, such as direct sunlight or faint moonlight. HDR techniques are geared towards the representation of contrast between photos of a single imagery. Non-HDR cameras, for example, take pictures at a single exposure level, and hence, have a limited contrast range. This often results in the loss of bright and dark areas of a picture, which can be corrected by using similar images and using HDR techniques. Picturenaut
is a HDR imaging application that enables users to create High Dynamic Range (HDR) images from bracketed exposures. All you have to do is to select the input images, and Picturenaut will adjust the exposures in a single HDR image, with automatic exposure correction, picture alignment and color balancing. Additionally, you can tweak the image by managing the tone mapping for creating a desired image effect. Picturenaut provides 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit modes, gamma adjustment, support for RAW images and real-time preview. Furthermore, this application is fully capable of making use of multi-core processors.
Sending your images to a fellow photo-editing specialist only to remove backgrounds is a relic of the past. Today, a number of innovative 'alternatives' allow you to achieve the same professional results, sitting at your home--that too, for FREE! One such application that gives you the ideal background cutout is Photo Cutout Guide.
There are many image hosting sites that calm to be the fastest when it comes to uploading and sharing pictures. But nothing comes close to Pict, with a single click you can upload a picture(or multiple pictures) and with another click you can share your pictures instantly. You also have an option to share the whole album, all these options are given in the main page. No registration is required and there are no restrictions on the number of pictures you can upload.
Just click on any empty window and select the image(s) that you want to upload. Once uploaded, you will see the thumbnail of the the image. Read More
Shape Collage is a free cross-platform tool that lets you create photo collage in any shape of your choice. It is a both powerful and easy-to-use. You can change the shape, size, and appearance of your photo collage instantly with few simple clicks. It is available for all operating systems(Windows, Linux, and Mac OS). Read More
Are you a photographer who loves to share his photos? If yes, then you don’t need to sell your photos. ShareAPic is a service where you can upload your photos, share it across the web, and get paid. Yes it’s hard to believe that there is a service like this out there, all you have to do is upload and share it with the world, leaving the rest to them. Read More