Images: In Context!
|Published:||Jun 14, 2005|
|Author:||Michael E, Callahan|
|Software that can help||Good for||Cow Rating|
|This image editor integrates directly into Windows and is activated by right-clicking on...|
Ok, so you bought that new digital camera because your friends told you what a great idea it was. You read through the entire manual and as the excitement builds, you anticipate those first beautiful shots. Everything looks so great on that little LCD screen... You just can't wait to download these pictures to your computer. Then, the shock and horror overcome you when you find out - digital cameras can still take bad pictures!
Thankfully, we have a solution to this all too common problem. Just by right clicking on your pictures in Windows, Images: In Context! gives you the power to edit, fix and stylize your photos, turning your snapshots into stunning images. With Images: In Context! your friends and family will be amazed at the results you get from your digital camera that they can't get from their own.When you install Images: In Context!, it places itself in the context menu - that little menu that comes up when you right click on your image files in Windows Explorer. With it, you can edit, color-correct, resize, crop, style and remove red eye from your photos all without having to open slow, complicated programs. And once you've made your pictures beautiful, you can even use Images: In Context! to create a photo album web pages to share with family and friends in with little as three clicks.
If you've ever struggled with the difficult to use photo programs made by the publishers of paint programs, or those that come with your camera, you should give Images: In Context! a try. It was created out of the need for a simple way to fix and stylize pictures, without having to use slow, complicated, expensive paint programs with hundreds of features you'd never use. Our promise is simple: you'll be able to make beautiful photos like the pros, without any experience and without having to read huge manuals.
I really think you'll like Images: In Context!, so much so that I offer it for free for the first fifteen days. It's fully functional during this time, so you can edit and save as many pictures as you like. If an effect is not to your taste, you can always undo it from the View History / Undo option, so I encourage you to experiment and have fun with the more than 70 filters, effects and functions available.
The best part is the price. While our competitors charge anywhere from $50 to $600, Images: In Context is available for just $19.99, includes many of the same features, and can be delivered either online or on CD via postal mail. Images: In Context! is easy to use and runs on all current versions of Windows.Key Features
- Easily turn your snapshots into stunning images without having to read huge manuals
- Allows you to undo up to 20 of the last actions performed with the View History/Undo feature, so your photos are always safe
- Contains dozens of filters to fix common photo problems, such as red eye, blur, brightness, contrast, color, tint and more
- Contains many stylistic filters and effects that help you add flair to your photos
- Create photo album web pages with as little as three clicks
- Create animated slideshows for use in email or on the web with as little as three clicks
- Supports all of the most popular photo image formats
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About The Author...Mike Stevenson is the owner of Liquid Mirror Enterprises. Liquid Mirrorhas specialized in great software, books, music and web sites since 1996.
Michael E. Callahan, known around the world by the trademarked name Dr. File Finder, is regarded as the world's leading expert on shareware. Dr. File Finder works with software programs and developers full-time, and in the average year he evaluates 10,000 programs. Since 1982 he has evaluated over 250,000 software and hardware products. Mr. Callahan began evaluating software online in 1982 and no one has been at it longer. He currently works doing online PR and marketing for software companies, and is the Senior Content Producer for Butterscotch.Com.