Recomposit allows photographers and graphic designers to cut objects out of the background while retaining the transparency and keeping the detail level accurate in all cases. Compared to the typical free program of a similar nature (a photo masking tool), it does the same work but with much greater quality in the results. Recomposit uses complex tried and tested algorithms to make it possible to deal with complex shapes and varying types of backgrounds. For example, it allows you to deal with semi-transparent objects such as hair. Unlike most of the free tools which are available for such purposes, there are no accuracy and quality issues around object edges, and you can easily paste the object onto another background image. Recomposit is a professional solution which promises to get the job done perfectly.
Recomposit provides an extensive range of features. Its powerful photo composition features allows you to cut out object from scenes of almost any level of complexity, even if the human eye cannot easily distinguish between the colors of the background and those of the object in the foreground. Using advanced algorithms, this software can extract the object with ease, even if the object has semi-transparent parts, complex shapes or complex backgrounds. While the automatic tools should be able to do the job in minimal time with perfectly satisfactory results in most cases, users can also choose from a range of manual tools to further optimize their work.
The program makes your work quick and easy, by drastically reducing the amount of time you need to spend on a typical image masking task. Its controls are easy to use and understand straight out of the box. For quick and simple jobs, it provides one-click image masking for anything with a blue, green or cyan background and stroke-based masking for objects with relatively clear shapes and very different colors to those used in the background. More complicated jobs can also be completed in a matter of minutes in most cases.
Recomposit truly lets you unleash your creativity with its image masking and separation features. You can recompose images, change object positions or simply shoot first and focus later thanks to this advanced editing software. Masking methods include inside/outside masking, chroma-keying, stroke-based masking and manual methods using a drop-keep brush. It uses a what you see is what you get method to make the whole process a great deal more user-friendly. It also supports layers and full photo editing. There are powerful image filters included and a number of post-masking functions such as 'smart erase' and 'lens burning.' This further allows you to optimize your images while giving you the opportunity to truly test the extent of your creativity. Recomposit supports 16-bit lossless image editing, and you can work directly with RAW formats as well.
There are two versions of Recomposit. The basic version costs $59, while the Pro versions costs $85. The latter includes all of the advanced editing features of Light Developer as well. Find out more at the official product website at http://www.stepok.net/recomposit .
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Richard Clarke is a professional wedding and portrait photographer who regularly uses advance photo editing software and other photo manipulation solutions to create original, creative pieces.
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