With the advent of cheap digital cameras, most of us have lots of digital pictures. Its a common thing that most pictures are not perfect, some are hazy while some has undesired elements in the background. There are software that helps you remove these unnecessary objects. But most of them are not free, some are buggy and some requires you to have a bit expertise. Torex software
is famous for their easy to use software. Inpaint
is a software from them Torex does the above mentioned job with ease and without needing any expertise. Unfortunately it is not free and costs $19.99 for a personal license. But Torex software is generous enough to provide a online version of Inpaint that does the job efficiently and more interestingly for free. That service is known as WebInpaint
Copyright: Torex Software.
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Using WebInpaint is quite easy. A quick guide can be immediately seen in the same page as the tool as displayed in the screenshot above.
WebInpaint removes unwanted objects and replaces that space with colors matching with its immediate surroundings. So, don’t try to remove any object that is in direct contact with you. If you are not satisfied with its removal first time, you may try the same multiple times. But in my personal experience multiple tries actually ruins the image.
I have made a video demonstration about the efficiency and limitations of WebInpaint.
Well, its worth a try. And if you satisfied with Webinpaint, you might also trail InPaint which has much more to offer like Batch Processing.