AKVIS Chameleon

AKVIS Chameleon 6.0

Chameleon is an efficient and easy to handle tool for photo collage creation
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AKVIS Chameleon is an efficient tool for photo collage creation. This ingenious software makes the process easy and entertaining. Earlier one had to thoroughly select an object for pasting into a new background; with this software this tedious part of work drops out. You can concentrate on the creative part and forget about complicated selection techniques.
The software has four modes:
* Montage Mode. The program combines images to create a seamless photo montage. This mode is good to use for creating photo collages with people.
* Chameleon. In this mode the program adjusts the inserted object to the target image color range and smoothes the object's borders. It looks similar to the way a chameleon adapts to the environment.
* Blend Mode. The program does not only smoothes the borders of the inserted object and adjusts its color range, but it also makes the object semi-transparent, so that the texture and the relief of the primary image can be seen through. Use this mode if you want to "dissolve" the inserted image in the background.
* Emersion Mode. The pasted fragment embeds into the background so that only certain parts of the fragment are visible. This mode allows making montages with difficult objects.
The tool is very easy to handle as it does not require precise selection of objects.
You can use AKVIS Chameleon in many ways. You can create customized postcards for your loved ones; make a wedding album using all kinds of photos and backgrounds; correct closed eyes (by implanting open eyes from another photo of the series), change the appearance of a person, etc.
Designers will appreciate this tool as it allows them to combine images with entirely different color ranges, to create the effect of drawing on a texture surface (crumpled paper, wood, etc), and all that with only a mouse-click.
AKVIS Chameleon is a plug-in to Adobe Photoshop, Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo, Photo Impact, etc.

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