Enhance Photos Easily With CyberLink PhotoDirector 3

Ishayat March 1, 2012 0

CyberLink PhotoDirector 3 is a free image editing software that helps you to make your images spectacular with its amazing editing tools. Just import the images you want to edit in your PC and you are ready to make them look professional and attractive using this free image editor. Let’s see if this freeware can really make us change our current image editor or not.

Once you start using this freeware, you will find the interface easy to use for both beginners and professional users. You will find five different panels in the main interface, Library, Edit, Print, Adjustment and Slideshow. All your images are nicely arranged in the library with an attractive user interface. This freeware supports RAW files natively so you can directly import your Nikon and Canon photos to CyberLink PhotoDirector. You can arrange your images in lots of different ways, rate, tag, flag and do other things.

The main part of this free image editing software is the adjustment tool. You can adjust tone, detail, white balance, level and other things like vignetting here. There is a spot removal tool available too and it works better than Photoshop’s clone stamp and is also easy to use. You can also add cool ‘80’s effect or black and white effects using the Presets tool. An attractive feature of the Edit tab is People Beautifiers where you can whiten your teeth, make your skin look smooth and wrinkle-less. You can also create wonderful slideshows using this free slideshow creator.

Features of CyberLink PhotoDirector 3:

  • Edit your images quickly and easily
  • Nicely arrange your images with rating, tagging and flagging features
  • Create wonderful slideshows
  • Simple, easy-to-use

CyberLink PhotoDirector 3 can be downloaded from CyberLink’s website. It’s only 458KB in size and supports Windows XP or higher. Try CyberLink PhotoDirector 3 Free

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