You’ve probably heard of photoshopping or the Photoshop effect. It describes the process of retouching a photo to make it visually more appealing or otherwise mask accuracy in an image. PicTreat does something similar, but at a much lower learning curve and more specific in its task.
PicTreat is a free online image editing tool that, in a single click improves facial photographs. The process is performed by their facial recognition, detection and correction technology which examines uploaded photos and returns an altered, presumably improved photo. Obviously any alterations are a matter of opinion on improvement quality, but there can be no doubt that PicTreat does manipulate photos to produce a new, unique image.
Some examples of PicTreat’s corrections include removal of large blemishes, red eye, pale skin features, faded or mis-colored photos, even freckle removal. Users don’t need to choose parts of photos for removal, PicTreat determines that on its own. Afterwards, users can view the treated photo along with the original to see real time changes.
Photos can be uploaded through the web interface directly from a computer or via URL. Users who create a sign-in can use photos acquired through Facebook, MySpace, Flickr and Photobucket. Final results are shareable and PicTreat offers more than 25 different sharing options.
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