Our mission when building Perfect Photo Suite 7 was to help you achieve amazing results quickly and with as few clicks as possible. By combining extremely powerful, yet easy to apply, effects onto your images, you'll be able to get to the finish line in a single click. And if you want to add more style to your images, we've built some amazing tools that you can use to customize exactly how your image turns out.
With the versatile library of textures included with Perfect Effects 4, you'll find no shortage of ways to change the look and direction of your images. Effective use of textures is a great way to spice up an image that might otherwise be flat.
In Part I of IV of this Coffee Talk miniseries, we'll explore how you can use the Difference Blending Mode to align two layers together, along with showing the best of both images - all with Perfect Layers 3!
In Part II of this miniseries, we take a look at how easy it is to remove a boring sky using Perfect Mask 5, paving the way to insert one that is more interesting and visually appealing.
In Part III of this miniseries, we've taken care of merging two images together and punching out a boring sky. Now it's time to replace it with one that has more interesting elements and formations using the stock library of skies built into Perfect Photo Suite 7.
We're nearing the end of the 'Finding Lost Lake' miniseries. In part IV, we'll dive into FocalPoint to give our newly replaced sky a soft focus look and help it blend more naturally with the tone of the scene.
In the final part of the 'Finding Lost Lake' miniseries, we prep our sky to match the overall tone of the image and give it the right amount of stylization to make it sing!
With Perfect Effects 4, we've added powerful new ways for you to browse, find, and work with your favorite effects. Getting the right look with your images will take no time at all!
In this video, you'll learn about the benefits of stacking effects to create and share presets and how finding them has been made easier than ever before.
Perfect Effects 4 brings an even larger library of blending modes. There are even new blending modes here that you won't find in Photoshop. Experiment and play around with these blending modes to control exactly how your effects interact with each other.