If you are looking for PhotoWipe, you have come to the right place. We explain what PhotoWipe is and point you to the official download.
What is PhotoWipe?
PhotoWipe by Hanov Solutions is a basic photo editor that allows users to “delete” unwanted elements from the foreground of an image. For instance, if a photograph has the cameraman’s thumb showing in one corner, PhotoWipe can be used to remove it from the image. The same goes for other elements such as the bars on a bird cage obscuring the view of the parakeet within, for example.PhotoWipe performs this photo editing feat by incorporating an adaptation of the greycstoration image processing library.
The program works by asking the user to open a photo/image, then specifying which elements of the image are unwanted and should be wiped. The unwanted objects are picked out in a manner similar to layer mask application, for veterans of premium photo editors like Adobe Photoshop: the user paints over theunwanted parts with black using the program’s GUI, then initializes the wipe. The software then uses its internal algorithms to make a calculated guess as to the proper appearance of the “masked” parts, effectively wiping them from the photo.
The program is available for free download and has a simple interface designed for use even by complete novices at photo editing.
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File types supported by PhotoWipe
Our users primarily use PhotoWipe to open these file types:
About file types supported by PhotoWipe
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014