TouchRetouch allows clearing your photos from undesired objects in an instant. It also comes in handy when dealing with color correction and composition problems.
In a few simple steps, you are able to efficiently eliminate the following elements from your pictures:
• Unwanted objects like debris, garbage cans, street signs, shadows, etc.
• Power lines, telephone wires
• Scratches, surface breaks
• Skin blemishes
• Dust spots
REMOVE UNDESIRED ITEMS
* Easy-to-use object removal
Get rid of unwanted elements from photos quickly and easily by using the advanced content removal tools the app offers. The highly intellectual algorithm implemented in the app works well for both plain and more complex backgrounds (bokeh, gradient, patterned, etc.).
* Linear objects: Use a single drag
Mark a line by tracing along a section of it — the smart line removal technology that lies in the app will automatically select and remove the whole line.
* Spot-like objects: Use a single click
Clear photos are only a click away. Single-click a blemish that you feel is spoiling your composition and sigh with relief — the flaw is immediately gone.
REMOVE UNWANTED OBJECTS WITH CLONE STAMP
Use Clone Stamp to remove objects that are in a complex background or close to the edge of other objects. Just copy pixels from one area within your photo and paint with them over another area.
EXTRA TOOLS: COLOR CORRECTING AND CROPPING
In case there is a distracting element in the background of a picture, you can easily cut off the spoiled part of the photo with the Crop tool.
Make color adjustments to your photo to ensure that your final edited piece looks the way it should.
Turn your Mac into an “unwanted content removal” studio by downloading TouchRetouch now.
• Top-quality content removal algorithm
• Color correction tools
• Extension support for Photos
• Support for RAW formats
• Support for JPEG, TIFF, PNG, etc.
• Streamlined interfaceIn this update, we have resolved some problems related to the app compatibility with the macOS Big Sur, as well as made a few other changes and fixes. These are as follows:
• The TouchRetouch extension no longer makes the Photos app stop responding after a prompt to rate TouchRetouch shows up.
• The app now has a new icon that fits in with the new macOS Big Sur design.
• The original image format is now kept when saving a photo by using the Command–S shortcut.
• The app has received some minor UI improvements.