[MacOS] Pixelmator Pro $30.99 (Was $62.99) @ Mac App Store

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Cheapest its ever been! Originally launched last year for $90


With a wide range of professional-grade, nondestructive image editing tools, Pixelmator Pro lets you bring out the best in your photos, create gorgeous compositions and designs, draw, paint, apply stunning effects, design beautiful text, and edit images in just about any way you can imagine. And thanks to its intuitive and accessible design, Pixelmator Pro is delightfully easy to use — whether you’re just starting out with image editing or you’re a seasoned pro.

Exceptional Design and Functionality

• The modern, single-window interface of Pixelmator Pro is designed exclusively for working with images on a Mac

• An intuitive and refined interface makes pro image editing easy and accessible to everyone — from complete beginners to design professionals

• With both dark and light appearances, Pixelmator Pro seamlessly adapts to the Light and Dark Modes of macOS

• A full-featured Photos extension lets you edit images using Pixelmator Pro without ever leaving Photos, saving layered, nondestructive edits directly to your library

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    Thank you for posting this. Purchase went through ok.

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    nondestructive image editing tools

    What the hell does that even mean?

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      It means that your changes can be undone/toggled to return to the original image

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      it means that even if you overprocess your photos, none comes and destroy your computer

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      It means that its not affiliated with Skynet and therefore not going to activate an AI robot that will go to the past and kill the teenage version of you.

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    Hi All :)
    Quick question for anyone who has this/has used this…
    Part of my job is taking identifying details off products that we have on consignment (names/registration numbers off boats etc), before we advertise them. We currently have a monthly subscription for Photoshop- which does the job well, but is pretty time consuming and (I think) over-specced for the job (and bloomin’ expensive!).
    Would this do the job, or is it more a tool for making images ’prettier‘ or applying filters?

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      Can't you just use Ms Paint for that?

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        Sure, if you want a nice white box over any area of a photo with identifying details. Looks like shit though.

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        I’m honestly not sure 😕
        PS was already in place when I took the job- but not being a trained PS user (and too time-poor to properly learn!) it’s really time consuming and little things that should be easy drive me nuts (like being able to ‘copy/paste’ sections of the hull to cover over a boat’s name- without masks and layers and blah blah blah aaarrrggh) LOL, not LOL

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          I mean it depends what the advertisement for, simple box over identifying details can be good enough in many cases. But if you want it fancier then maybe look into TouchRetouch app. What you're describing sounds like a job for Clone Stamp tool. The Pixelmator I think would have this tool too. Try it first if this tool is working for you in the Photoshop app.

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            @John: Thanks John 😊
            I eventually figured that out, but working out’ ‘what’ makes Clone Stamp work is the hard part 🤣 sometimes it works ‘ok’, sometimes it’s almost transparent - I’m absolutely certain that it’s user error (me), I just don’t have the time to learn properly sigh

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              @Laninchris: Here's something that may help when removing content from an image - try the Content Aware Fill feature in PS.

              Process:
              - Select the area to be removed (lassoo tool usually works best)
              - Choose EDIT -> FILL and then make sure Content Aware is the selected method.
              Press OK to see some magic!
              Sometimes a little touch-up is needed afterwards, you can usually use the clone stamp for that.

              Some resources to help you get your head around the steps:
              video tutorial
              walkthrough of Content Aware Fill

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          Pixelmator is extremely powerful for the price. I'm very confident it can handle the job you describe.

          Pixelmator is a good Photoshop replacement for most people. High end Photoshop users with established workflows have the challenge of re-learning.

          But based on what I understand of your use case, I think it's worth a go and could save your company a lot of money.

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            @Pez: Thanks Pez, I’m hearing you about the $$. Im sure it sounds dumb but I feel really wasteful- we’re only a small business but just weren’t sure what to change to, that would still do the job! I’ll look into that program before the next month’s renewal comes up 👍🏼😊

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      The regular Pixelmator can be used for this kind of scenario. I use it to mask out MAC addresses and such when I sell bits and pieces on eBay.

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      There's a 15 day free trial on the official site - give it a try, see if it does what you want:
      https://www.pixelmator.com/pro/

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    Nice discount, well worth it if you want a quality native Mac image editor, but don't quite need the full behemoth that is Photoshop. I've been using the macOS and iOS versions for years. Finally got around to upgrading the mac version with this special.

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    Anyone use this instead of Lightroom?

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    Not showing for me - has this expired?

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