Enhance the look of your images by relying on layer-based actions and applying a wide range of effects without too much effort on your side.

  • Bloom
  • Version :3.4.8
  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Sad Cat Software

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Bloom Description

When it comes to making the most of your images, there are a plethora of apps to choose from, depending on your skill level and the action complexity you are looking for.

Bloom is one of the utilities that falls right in the middle, meaning that you need some PC experience to understand its functions and get to apply numerous types of adjustments.

Layer-based image editor

One of the aspects that sets Bloom apart from other similar software solutions is its focus on layers, no matter if you are processing raster or vector data.

Since each change can be saved to a different layer, you can effortlessly modify any past operation without needing to re-do all the later enhancements. Due to this non-destructive editing mode, your workflow is not only smoother but also more efficient.

It goes without saying that you can create new layers, duplicate existing ones or rename them, as well as blend or group them.

Apply graphic effects

When it comes to beautifying the look of your images, Bloom offers you a wide range of filters and effects that you can apply and preview in real-time.

More precisely, you can alter the contrast and the blur levels, as well as pixelate, swirl, emboss, despeckle, add noise or unsharpen mask. You can also apply an oil painting filter, vignette and light effects.

Moreover, you can tweak parameters for each of these enhancements to make sure they match your expectations. Since you can preview the results, you can tamper with the values until you are satisfied with the result.

Process numerous graphic formats

Unlike other similar editors, Bloom imports all the information stored in PSD files, so you can continue the work you started in Photoshop. You can also import other formats, such as BMP, CUR, ICO, JPEG, PSD, SVG, TGA, TIFF or XCF, along with several types of RAW images.

All in all, Bloom can be of great use to all those who are willing to spend some time discovering all its functions and browsing the hefty documentation.

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