This is part of the Photo Solutions series I’m doing…no matter what your “picture problem” is, we have a solution!
Today, I’m going to show you how to edit your pictures very simply using Memory Manager. You’ve already seen how great Memory Manager is at organizing, but look what else it can do! (And remember – it’s 40% off - $23.95 – until the end of the month!)
I was about to trash this picture, when I decided to hit the auto contrast button. Voila! The auto contrast button is on the “image ribbon” which has all the basic wizard functions. Even if you never move past this ribbon, your pictures will look much better!
I love this picture of my dad and Adam, but not the blue tones. A few seconds of playing with the color balance and I’ve got this instead! Color Balance is on the “adjust ribbon” which has slightly more advanced editing options.
Ever wondered how to do that fancy-schmancy spot color? Easy with Memory Manager. Check out the lady’s face - that’s where I started. There is a brush that you can make bigger or smaller that takes away the color. I start with a big brush around the edges and then zoom in with the little brush closer to the “colored” parts. This is part of the “touchup ribbon.”
And one of my absolute favorite features – cloning. See the pole behind hubby’s head? I was able to “clone” some of the leaves and use them to cover it up! Again, this is part of the “touchup ribbon.”
Here are some more “boring to better” pictures that I edited in Memory Manager.
I’m pretty sure you need this program. :) And at $23.95, who could pass it up! Go HERE to order!