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Current Issue (Issue 102)

Thought of the Week:- “We don't see things as they are; we see them as we are.”
VCW VicMan's Photo Editor:- http://www.vicman.net/vcwphoto/index.htm Free (4.8 MB). Windows any version.

VCW VicMan's Photo Editor is a versatile image editor with intuitive skinnable interface and a variety of features. This powerful application is user-friendly, offering users the simplicity of image editing, high productivity and easy customizing abilities. It performs all the functions one can expect, as well as features such as swapping colors (i.e. it will convert any color into the color of your choice), a huge range of filters and distortions. It has a lot of powerful features, such as: selection by color, lasso, replacement of colour, deleting of objects, unique mechanism of primitivization (visual tolerance), which saves a lot of time on operations with much-colored images, various paintbrushes and pencils, text, gradient etc. It has a rich set of special effects AND possibility of their creation by user. The other features of this software are:

30+ image file formats support.

Near 100 filters and effects.

Save images as JPG, GIF (PRO version only), BMP, TIFF, PCX and TGA.

Import images from any TWAIN source.

Use Photoshop compatible filters.

Edit and preview images at any scale.

Bundle of Transformations, Effects and Filters.

Powerful Color Management Features.

Toolbars and Brushes like Drawing tools; Color selection; Fills; Color selection and replacement; Selection tools; Move Region; Text tool; Gradient tool etc.

This software is better than any other Photo Editor in the sense that it has all the features of any commercially available powerful Photo Editor but having added advantage of being available free. One of my friends who is using this has commented that it is a full fledged software and he doesn’t need any other Photo Editor.


Site of the Week:- http://www.taj-mahal.net/

Excellent website to have a virtual tour of Taj Mahal - One of the most instantly recognizable buildings in the entire world. Along with viewing 360 degree views of the grounds and the various structures located there, visitors can view short films that relate the story of how the Taj Mahal was built and current efforts to preserve the area. The site is available in a number of languages, including English, Hindi, Japanese, and French.

That's all for this week. See you next week.

Madhuresh Singhal