Paint.NET is a powerful and easy to use image editor, and can very well be used as an alternative to Adobe PhotoShop or GIMP. Designed especially for the Windows platform, Paint.NET is a robust, fully-featured and free image editor. Paint.NET provides you with standard editing tools that most commercial image editors have.
Simple, innovative and innovative user interface
Unlike most image (Photo) editing apps which require hours of learning, understanding and practising to master the numerous features, Paint.NET was designed with the sole purpose of making that task easier for the user. All its features are easily understandable, and its tabbed document interface makes editing multiple images at once easy and fun. Also, all currently open files are shown as thumbnails, instead of a text description which makes switching between them faster.
A feature provided by only top-notch image editors, Paint.NET 4.0.13 allows you to work on separate layers and view them all together. Working on a layer means, your image is broken down into smaller pieces and forms one image when viewed together. This means you can apply filters and effects to different parts of the image. Users can also make vector images and choose colours from its comprehensive palette.
Paint.NET Special Effects
Paint.NET 4.0.13 offers some advanced features for enhancing your images. Features like blurring, red-eye removal, distortion, noise and embossing are included. You can opt for 3D rotate/zoom to add perspective and tilting to your images.
Paint.NET Image Manipulation Tools
With Paint.NET you can adjust the image’s brightness, contrast, hue, contrast, saturation levels and others. Paint.NET also provides tools for drawing simple shapes and more complicated ones like Bezier curves. The new Gradient tool, Magic Wand, and Clone Stamp are also great tools that are included in the latest version of Paint.NET.
Paint.NET has one feature that beats every other image editing app. While most image editing apps let you undo your mistakes up till a certain point, Paint.NET comes with a unlimited history option. Every change you make is recorded in the software’s history log, and you can undo your actions as many times as you want.
Lastly, why would you want to use an expensive, difficult to use image editor, when Paint.NET provides you with the same features at the same quality at absolutely no cost?
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