8th June 2016, 04:52 PM
LandscapePro is the latest offering from Anthropics, developers of the excellent Portrait Professional. What that app does for Portraits, this one does for landscapes: you can apply one-click global changes to adjust the time of day, weather conditions and season, and then refine the settings for perfect results. Using LandscapePro Begin by opening an image in LandscapePro. A label bank allows you to drag labels to mark specific areas of the image – sky, water, ground, tree, person, and so on: Figure 1: Drag labels to identify regions in LandscapePro Once you’ve labeled each major area, hit the Continue button to proceed to the next step. The app will attempt to gauge where each region begins and ends, and its automatic selection algorithms do produce a reasonable interpretation of the scene: Figure 2: LandscapePro guesses where each region begins and ends. Of course, there are errors here. The building has gaps in the tower, and at the base; the tree finishes abruptly, where it should merge into the bushes beneath; and the pink overlay that marks the ‘object’ covers just a fraction of its surface. But this is just the starting point. Using an innovative interface, you can extend a selected [...]
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