Image Broadway is an amazingly sophisticated yet easy to use image and photo editing software. It is powerful enough to give your images and photos the professional treatment they deserve, yet simple enough to perfect and style your photos by fast browsing and selecting the best filters to apply to. You can even sequence, save, and reuse a combination of filters for your favorite treatment. Its professional results, easy-to-use features, small footprint, and affordable price make Image Broadway the “#1 Must Have” image and photo editor for users of all levels.
Make every photo tell a story
Start with the Color filters and experiment with them. Like the B/W look? Try Classic B/W for its elegant look. Try Classic Film or Classic Red for bright and film like photos. For portraits, try Classic Portrait to bring out the rich skin tones. Try Warm, Cool, Pastel, Nature, Icy, Creamy, Hazy, Summer, or Soft to achieve a wide variety of artistic looks. Want some fun; you can try Glass, Spherize, Wave, Pinch, Twirl, or Warp. Try Photography filters such as Cross Process for high contrast and unusual colors, Old Polaroid for orange and pick tint in the center, Holga Black and White for dark blue undertone, Rainbow Gradient for modern and fun, Vintage, Lomo effect, Vignette, Velvia Saturation, the possibilities are endless. Some of filters create adjustment layers, you can mix, experiment, and preview. Finish with Auto Sharpen, Selective Sharpen, or Smart Sharpen before you share them.
Refined Retouch Tool
Retouch the skin just the way you want it.
Highlights and Shadows
Maximize the potential of your image.
Refine your shots faster than ever.
Auto Color, Levels, Gamma, and Local Contrast tools are built in the new Image Broadway 6. Auto Color, Gamma, and Level tools analyze your images and determine the correct color balance, exposure, highlights, and shadows. Then, apply those adjustments to each channel and each pixel in the image. Auto Local Contrast stretches the color contrast on the edges instead of the whole image.
Fast and Easy Panorama
Create a true-to-life photo just like wide-angle snapshot.
Easily fix your building shot.
Fix crooked pictures fast.
Scale images using geometry constraints while taking into account image contents, as its name implies, in both reduction and expansion. Select the tool and drag one of the handles to rescale the object.
This video is of a steam train (locomotive) at the Steamtown National Historic Site filmed with my Canon EOS 60D DSLR Camera. I’m still learning the ropes with this camera; I could’ve focused certain scenes albeit better. But overall, this footage captures the moment of this train, especially the ending scene (at about 3:17) where the train is very close and loud. Steamtown National Historic Site (NHS) is a railroad museum and heritage railroad located on 62.48 acres (25.3 ha) in downtown Scr
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