Photo editing apps nowadays are seemingly polarized as they are either too simple to be practical to use, or too complicated for most users. Either way, most of us are not getting the results we are hoping we would get when we have tools that are not right for us.
Fortunately, we have Neatberry’s PhotoStyler, a cool OSX app for editing photos that attempts to strike the balance between user-friendliness and usefulness of features, making it a promising photo editing app for most average users. This app allows you to easily add artistic touches to your photos in a breeze, thanks to the various presets for photo styling.
When launching PhotoStyler, the app by default will take you to the Presets Library where you can easily look for a design that you would like to apply on a photo. You can easily drag and drop or load a picture so that you can easily preview how it would turn out after applying a preset.
Once you have selected on a picture to edit, the app will take you to the document view. From there you may start manipulating the photo where you can add filters or more effects. Some of these filters include a masking tool, inscriptions, sprite, crop, rotator, and glass frame. Some of these filters are also a combination of photo effects to increase the speed of your workflow.
Another very useful feature of PhotoStyler is batch processing. With this, you can select a preset and apply it to a number of photos. This definitely makes photo editing a whole lot faster and simpler.
PhotoStyler is a very nice photo editing app that Mac users should definitely check out. People who love to edit their photos will surely love this app.
As a bonus we will offer first-come, first-served, free licenses for the first 20 commenters in this post. So what do you think of this app? Let us know.
- Easy-to-use photo editing app for Mac.
- Choose from dozens of ready-made presets.
- Presets can be modified, saved, and combined with others.
- Supports batch processing for faster editing.
- There are also other applications by the same developer worth checking out: Smoke, Patterno, LightFrame, Vidiary.
Check out Photostyler @ neatberry.com/products/photostyler