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#1 Nvyseal


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Posted 13 July 2006 - 04:11 AM

Vista has incorporated a bunch of easy to use, high quality, and extremely fast photo correction tools into the Photo Gallery. I’m going to walk you through what each of them does so that you can make your photos pop.

All of the editing tools in Vista are located in the Gallery Viewer. You can get to this by double clicking on a photo in either the Vista Photo Gallery or from any folder. The various fix tools are all located on a pane which you can open up by clicking the “Fix” button in the command bar.

The Vista Photo Gallery has controls to adjust exposure, color, crop region and red-eye. Each of the individual controls are accessed by clicking on the corresponding button in the fix pane. The Photo Gallery also has an “Auto Adjust” feature, which as the name implies, automatically find the best exposure and color settings for the photo.

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 04:13 AM

cool, i haven't even checked it out...

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 04:38 AM

It's no photoshop- but the tools available are the most used anyhow. In most cases it is all that anyone could need. Thanks for the tip :cool2:

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Posted 15 July 2006 - 01:09 AM

I find that photoshop isnt really needed for all the stuff people think. I think MS paint can do most anything, as long as you really know what you are dong, and its nothign too complicated. People for some reason use PS for doing things like adding text or replacing someones head in a photo, but thats just a waste of time. I just think it's overused, and their is a reason it cost so much, becuase its for people who are professionals and are doing really detailed work.

Just look at the Xbox360 logo, they probably payed someone 1'000's to do that, when i could do a better job in MS paint.

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