I was delighted with the app. I posted my feedback and thanks to OP -- along with two small photos of my own -- showing 'before' and 'after' -- to illustrate the app's quality. My photos were swiftly removed.
Truth be told, I could not find a link to this forum's posting policy. If a mod feels compelled to censor -- common courtesy would call for a brief explanation / admonition -- or at least a link to the forum's policies. I am certainly not any kind of a repeated offender here.
After the censorship, I figure I may as well delete the rest of it...
Thanks! Very helpful. I've read the rules... and there is NOTHING against posting a feedback to an app suggestion. I will therefore re-post my thread, and I hope the mods will respect my feedback -- a POV that does not contravene forum rules.
Thanks for the heads up! I downloaded the app and it worked really well. This is actually my first experience with 'digital air brushing'. Here are my before and after photos of the National Museum in Colombo, Sri Lanka. I loved the colonial architecture, but could not take in the entire building without taking in tree branches as well...
Since this forum allows only the linking of images (and not uploading) -- I uploaded my photos first to another forum of which I am a member -- and then linked from there:
I'm glad it worked out for you. I've found that zooming up really close, using a small selector circle, and trying to minimize area of repair works best for me.
I check that site daily. Some or most of the give-aways are junk, but every now and then there are some really good programs.
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