Photolines features make it a great choice for both professional designers and casual users alike. Whether you’re an amateur photographer or a professional designer, PhotoLine has all the tools you need to create graphics that are both beautiful and functional. PhotoLine supports many different image formats, including JPEG, PNG, .CR2 and TIFF. You can edit images or optimize them for the web, but you can also prepare print-ready PDF data. It has tools for working with layers, shapes, text, gradients, and much more.
With PhotoLine, you can create graphics for web, print, and other design projects. You can also use it to edit existing graphics or to create new ones from scratch, saving the image in hi-res, optimized for the web, or even PDF format.
Photoline is easy to use (if you are familiar with graphic editing) but offer a large range of high-end features. Such as:
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-Mesh Gradients: With mesh gradients, you can create complex vector graphics fairly simply
-Focus Stacking: You can combine several images with different focal planes into one with a greater depth of field
-Stitching: You can create a panoramic image from individual images
-And, of course, numerous other small enhancements and performance improvements exist
Photoline offers a 30-day free trial, with some limitations: Saving of GIF file format is limited by text “Demo” on the picture, saving TIFF is possible uncompressed only and a registration nag-screen. After that, it will cost 59 Euros (about $63.00). The single-user license allows you to use the software on multiple machines, including both Windows and MacOS. Compare that to Photoshop, which will set you back $20 per month — and Photoline is definitely worth a look.