“Pixelmator has long been my graphics editing program of choice. The app has only gotten better with version 2.2, which was released this week,” Dennis Sellers writes for Apple Daily Report.
“The Pixelmator toolbar is very Mac-like. It’s streamlined, clean and easy to use after a short learning curve,” Sellers writes. “The software is also very Mac friendly, working with — among other technologies — a Mac’s FaceTime camera, iPhoto and Automator.”
Sellers writes, “The Light Leak effect is one of my favorite new features in Pixelmator 2.2. Using it to make retro-artistically illuminated images from a photo is fun. Hey, it can’t all be work!”
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MacDailyNews Take: We’ve been using Pixelmator daily for years now and highly recommend the application.
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