Time is just moving along too fast and we here in the Mincey Plantation are behind the curve. Did you know about the new photo effect craze that’s sweeping the free world? Think of Fruit Ninja meets iPhoto.
That’s Photo Samurai, the almost free app which brings to your Mac ‘photo dicing.’ As in slice and dice, and maybe a little sleight of hand with the Julienne cut.
This isn’t a collage photo style you’ll use all the time, but it’s more clever than it sounds and easy to implement on your Mac. Here’s what it looks like.
See? Visual slice and dice which takes a single image and creates a collected collage effect with the pieces.
How do you get the results to look so great? A simple set of tools does the trick.
Choose the number of cuts both across and down. Or, select Cut Again to randomize cuts and placement. Then, align the photo slices, choose border thickness and add gloss as needed.
There’s a built-in cropping tool to make sure the photo is composed appropriately. Your sliced and diced photo is ready to print, save, or share online with a few clicks. Cleverly done and remarkably inexpensive. 99-cents brings you the latest photo enhancement craze.