Working with Photographs and Corel PHOTOPAINT
This collection of written tutorials focuses on using CorelDRAW and PHOTOPAINT to edit and improve your photographs. Learn how the variety of photo editing tools can help you do anything, from a quick adjustment of your snapshots to a detailed design project using effects and image manipulation.
For digital artists and graphic designers, being able to adjust and correct images quickly and easily is critical. In this article, we’ll look at several quick methods of punching up your images in Corel PHOTO-PAINT® in a few, easy-to-apply steps.
This tutorial shows you how to use three powerful photo effects in Corel PHOTOPAINT to improve your images.The Vibrance effect is great for balancing color saturation. It adds richness to colors with low saturation while maintaining colors with high saturation.
When you edit photos you’ve captured using a digital camera in Corel PHOTO-PAINT, you have the option to import your images as RAW files. These files are like digital negatives, offering many more editing options than other image formats.
In this tutorial, we’ll take a tour of the Image Adjustment Lab to see how fast and easy it is to apply automatic, custom, and advanced image corrections to a few digital camera images typical of common photographic problems.
CorelDRAW has a variety of Artistic Media brushes, divided into different categories, covering a wide range of designs and effects. But sometimes, we need something “more realistic” and at that point, Corel PHOTO-PAINT provides photo-realistic effects that can be applied to any photo.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the powerful PHOTOPAINT software to edit your photographs.
In this tutorial, we will explore the many benefits of using lenses and masks to make image adjustments in CorelDRAW. We’ll also look at how to create special tonal effects.