Photo Formation is a photo effect automatically transforms images into formations super creative paper and then uses a 3D engine ultrasmall light to project shadows. Use it to break, join, weaving, cutting and bending photos into fascinating and eye – catching pieces, with all the subtle creases, curls and curves as if they had painstakingly assembled by hand.
Photo Formation comes with a library of preset one touch to get you started quick adjustments, and a button that automatically plays scrambling a variety of creations on paper again and again until you get something for you. Tools movement, rotation and scaling can be used to customize each composition: the sky is the limit of what can be done!
We make it easy to use without taking control you, the artist. If you are the practical type who likes to do things from scratch a Build button automatically takes you to creatively starting the effect of initial paper then presents a control panel so you can do it exactly the way you want. is not so much work as it sounds, only specifies how many strips, tiles or folds; how much curl, wrinkle or depth; and if you want exposure, opacity, texture and grain. An Apply button represents creation in the document that ends, moving around paper items (if desired) and adding optional configurations photography.
What differentiates Photo Formation from others is its powerful lighting system. Oriented in a 2D space, Photo Formation creates true 3D creases and folds along with all the distortions of perspective that cast realistic shadows for an incredible high – end result. Lighting is fully adjustable and simply moving around the document can change the direction of the shadows. You can also set multiple light sources doubled light to create shadows fantastic double and triple: how many depends on you!
Photo Formation is presented as a standard application or mixed into your workflow with a supplement included for Photoshop, Elements, Lightroom, PaintShop Photo Pro and Affinity.
- Fix for crash with certain presets.
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor