Image Broadway lets you edit photos with 100+ filters, special effects, and tools, supports all popular cameras. It offers advanced image processing technologies while hiding beneath a user-friendly interface. It offers batch and automation tools.
Turn Photos into Something Extraordinary! - Image Broadway is an amazingly sophisticated yet simple image and photo editing tool. 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. It even lets you 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. Image Broadway lets you create and edit graphic images with over 100 filters, special effects, and adjustment and repair tools. It supports over 500 cameras. From simple tasks to advanced image editing capabilities, Image Broadway does it all and does it very well. It offers advanced image processing technologies while hiding beneath a user-friendly interface. It also offers batch processing and automation tools. If you have two or more similar photos, you can compare them side by side to see which one you like better. Or, while you're editing a photo, you can compare the edited version with the original to see if you want to keep the changes. Image Broadway comes with the multiple panels option in horizontal or vertical views. You can choose layout based on the orientation of photos. You can also move photo using menu command or drag and drop it from one panel to another. Fix red eyes or remove blemishes from faces. Straighten or correct the building in your photos. Lift dark shadow areas and recover blown overexposure highlights in your photos. Use Auto Color to remove color cast automatically. Use its Auto Level and Auto Gamma tools to analyze your images and determine the correct color balance. Then, apply those adjustments to each channel and each pixel in the image.