If you are looking for FotoFusion, you have come to the right place. We explain what FotoFusion is and point you to the official download.
What is FotoFusion?
FotoFusion is a tool used for making scrapbooks, flush-mounted photo albums, and collages. This software allows users to convert a selection of pictures into collages and then features tools ready for color balance, cropping, reorganizing, and packaging which can be shared with others after it is done.
There are several features of FotoFusion that allows users to blend, mask, flipping, PDF export and more.
Blending modes allow users to enhance images in different ways and can be applied to mixed or single photos with different options for backgrounds. Also, effects are available to transform images at the same time giving users the opportunity to create their own blending options.
In addition, users can enhance the image sharpness using the Unsharp Mask tool. This can also be used to “defog” images.
Another program offered in the FotoFusion is flipping and versioning. Users can flip a layout to any direction. In versioning, projects can be arranged by date and time created and is AutoSaved for easy retrieval.
A created project in FotoFusion portrays as a digital album on an iPad, iPhone, android devices, or in a PC web browser which can be flipped lie a portfolio or album. They can be shared via email, Facebook, or Twitter.
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File types supported by FotoFusion
About file types supported by FotoFusion
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Last updated: : November 4, 2013