kjClipper is a photo editing tool that allows you to cut out, clip, manipulate, color, paint, add text, and manipulate selections from a graphic image.
# Selection Tools Smart Object Extraction
At the heart of KJClipper are its selection tools, tools that allow you to easily isolate irregularly shaped objects from photos using both automated edge finding and advanced area selection methods. The edge selection tool works like the human eye, detecting the subtle differences between image elements to determine where a cut should be made. If the cut isnt exactly where you want it, you can override it with poly-line mode. The area selection tool is like a smart "magic wand"; simply click and drag through an area representative of the element you wish to select. KJClipper expedites photo composition, zone editing, montage editing and collage editing.
# Scale Objects Once an object has been clipped from a photo, you can scale it up or down to make it match the scale of the picture you are moving it to.
# Color reduction Many photos contain up to millions of colors which can make the file size too large for website use or e-mail. The kjClipper Color Reduce option limits the number of colors to 256 (8-bit) and makes the file size of the image smaller without changing the look of the photo. When you save an object to GIF format color reduction is automatic.
# Partial Transparency Blend two or more image objects into a composite image.
# Adjust Hue, Saturation and Intensity Alter the color attributes of a selected region.
# Perspective Transform Think of a clipped object as an image on a flat plane. With Perspective, you can grab any corner of the plane and stretch it in any direction. The resulting image will be stretched to reflect the new perspective of the plane.
# Rotate Object Rotate an object about a center point. This is easyjust select the object, grab a corner and rotate.
# Flip Object Two options exist for mirroring or flipping an object. Flip horizontally or vertically.
# Flood Fill Select an area with a simple brush stroke and all similar area color is changed to a new flood fill color.
# Flood Fill with Hue Select an area and change the hue or color while retaining the texture.
# Blend/Feather Object After you clip an object and place it on a different background, there may exist jagged edges or colors remaining that make the object stand out more than you might like. The Blend option takes all the edges of an object and blends them with the background colors. The background may be a solid color like white or may be other objects. The Blend option smoothes the edges so the object looks more natural where it is placed.
# Resample Object When you scale an object to a larger size, you may see jagged edges along the color lines due to enlarged pixels. The Resample option will smooth the blockiness by creating new smaller pixels.
# Smooth/Sharpen Softens or sharpens an image.
# Despeckle Some images may suffer from "noise". To remove this, use the Despeckle option.
# Change Contrast You also have the option of increasing or decreasing the contrast of an image. Contrast accentuates the differences in light and dark while Smooth/Sharpen blends colors
# Pencil Sketch The Pencil Sketch simply converts an image to black and white and imposes a sketch-like filter.
# Paint Effect With the paint filter option you can achieve striking results.
# Convert to Gray The Convert to Gray option removes all color from an image, replacing colors with shades of gray.
# Text The Text tool helps you express yourself creatively.
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