AKVIS Retoucher v4.5-FFF | 24 MB
AKVIS Retoucher is an efficient program for photo restoration and photo retouching.
Retoucher not only removes dust, scratches, stains and other defects that appear on damaged photos but is also able to reconstruct missing parts of a photo using the information of the surrounding areas.
The work is done automatically; you only have to indicate areas to be restored, push the button, and here you are - the surface becomes smooth and imperfections disappear. It looks like magic when you observe the scratches vanishing before your very eyes.
AKVIS Retoucher is also a handy tool for improving photo composition. It is possible to remove date stamps, small irrelevant details (wires, refuse bins, etc) and even bigger objects (i.e. people who fell into the shot by accident, cars in the background). If you need to increase the canvas size (from one side or proportionally) to bring the main object into focus, i.e. to center it, AKVIS Retoucher will help you to extend image patterns to the blank areas of the canvas.
Polygraphists will find Retoucher useful in doing the prepress processing job. They often have the problem of extending the borders of a layout that does not have space for cropping.
AKVIS Retoucher saves much time by doing this quickly and efficiently.
* Use AKVIS Retoucher for the following purposes: restore old and damaged photos from your family archive by removing scratches, stains and other defects;
* improve the composition of your photos by removing the date stamp, distracting details (wires, refuse bins, etc) and by extending the photo canvas (increase the image canvas and the plug-in will recreate the image patterns in the blank areas);
* reconstruct missing parts of the photo (to restore a torn photo, in polygraphy to extend the borders of a layout that does not have space for cropping).
AKVIS Retoucher also allows removing even large objects. If for smaller details, it is enough to select the object you want to remove and run the program, for larger and complex objects (people, cars, buildings) you may need to give the program a hint where it should take textures from to fill in the area. It can be made with the Linear Retouch and Patch tools.