PhotoComplete
PhotoComplete
1.2.2

4.0

PhotoComplete free download for Mac

PhotoComplete

1.2.2
14 April 2008

Tweak photos to produce eye-popping results.

Overview

PhotoComplete has been built from the ground up specifically for editing photos. We've left out the fluff that never gets used, and instead spent our time tuning the features you really need.

With PhotoComplete you can:

  • crop and resize your photos
  • enhance the color in a photo
  • enhance the tonal range and contrast of a photo
  • ensure all your photos are perfectly straight
  • sharpen and reduce digital noise in a photo
  • upload your edited photos to flickr.com

All edits to a photo are applied in real time, and you can go back and change your mind about any alterations you've made to a photo at any time you want.

PhotoComplete supports JPEG, TIFF and PNG files, and will read any EXIF or XMP metadata that is embedded in a photo.

What's new in PhotoComplete

Version 1.2.2:
  • Fixed several EXIF parsing bugs
  • Fixed handling of strings containing non-ASCII characters
  • Renamed a couple of menu shortcuts so that they don't clash with global system shortcut keys
Version 1.2.1:
  • Fixed color conversion bug causing black or corrupted display
  • Fixed bug with anti-clockwise rotation doing the wrong thing
  • Couple of other minor bug fixes
Version 1.2:
  • Fully multithreaded photo editing engine - if you're lucky enough to own a dual-processor Mac, PhotoComplete should run much faster
  • Enable and disable individual actions
  • Much improved display quality
  • Support for reading and writing 16-bit TIFFs
  • Many other minor enhancements and bug fixes

6 PhotoComplete Reviews

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Bombadil
10 February 2007

Most helpful

Pros: Good UI, simple, logical and intuative. Does a few tricks that average iPhoto users might appreciate, like adding a frame and uploading to Flickr, plus other image adjustments. Cons: No "auto levels" or "auto brightness & contrast", which I feel are essential in an image editor for non-pro photographers. None of those fancy Core Image filters available that one sees in some other similar apps. The "Fit image size to window" does not work, it just resizes the image to 100%. Conclusion: Nice simple image adjustment/enhancement application, but with room for improvement.
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Version 1.2.1
Mishimo
18 June 2008
Really nice app, worth the price. Keep up the good work.
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Version 1.2.2
Bombadil
10 February 2007
Pros: Good UI, simple, logical and intuative. Does a few tricks that average iPhoto users might appreciate, like adding a frame and uploading to Flickr, plus other image adjustments. Cons: No "auto levels" or "auto brightness & contrast", which I feel are essential in an image editor for non-pro photographers. None of those fancy Core Image filters available that one sees in some other similar apps. The "Fit image size to window" does not work, it just resizes the image to 100%. Conclusion: Nice simple image adjustment/enhancement application, but with room for improvement.
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Version 1.2.1
Ronaldjohn
10 February 2007
This blog needs another category of remark called "Opinions" to differentiate personal points of view from reviews. Too often inaccurate opinions prompted by skewed perceptions and emotional rants are inaccurately posted as reviews. I paid over ten grand for my first mac setup. The Mac II with a 40 megabyte HD and 4 megs of RAM was around $3000. LaserPrinter $2500, fax modem $900, scanner $1200 - without software. That was 1989 and just about any application (WP, DTP/Graphics, Utilities, etc.) was hundreds of dollars. Today you can buy 10-20 apps for what one cost back then. We are amidst a golden age of Mac innovation. There are so many cool little programs being developed world wide and it's in everyone's best interest to encourage and shape these innovations by posting factual information that helps both consumer and developer make good decisions. If you are feeling the need to express a negative "opinion", please realize the enjoyment you are receiving from venting selfishly serves only you while, many times, unfairly casting doubt on someone's else's hard work, effort, and/or motives.
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Version 1.2.1
MAchintrucbidule459
18 October 2006
I wanted to try it a bit but I've got strange messed up colors when I open any file I'm using a 2Ghz mac pro with 10.4.8, quicktime 7.1.3
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Version 1.2
Swein
10 April 2006
Very nice effort! I like the history-style editing actions. Add the ability to drag their order and save presets would be good.
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Version 1.0
Shade
04 April 2006
Sounds all nice and dandy, but doesn't iPhoto that comes with every mac for free do the exact same thing?
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Version 1.0
$29.00

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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