PhotoLine is a comprehensive graphic editing tool that comes packed with a few interesting features.
The interface of the program is familiar and easy to navigate through. You can use either the file browser or "drag and drop" method to import pictures.
So, you can use basic graphic editing tools, such as magnifier, circle, vector drawing, color picker, crop, text, eraser, mask, copybrush and flood fill.
But you can also apply filters (e.g. sharpen, blur, quality, digital camera, stylize) and effects (e.g. mosaic, lights, projection, emboss, tear paper).
In addition, you can use undo, redo and search functions, zoom in and out, enable pixel mode, mark extreme values, change the document layout (e.g. scale, rotate, trim), create a barcode, merge the active layer with the background layer and make image adjustments (e.g. invert colors, hue, saturation, color balance).
Furthermore, you can enable PhotoLine to create a backup file when saving and to ask to work with the saved image, configure PDF settings (e.g. resolution, text and image compression), use the system mouse cursor, set the color of the transparent area, adjust the mask color intensity, change the screen resolution, and more.
The graphic editing program uses a moderate amount of system resources, includes a comprehensive help file with snapshots for all user levels and didn't freeze or crash during our tests. We strongly recommend PhotoLine to all users, especially experienced ones.