RealWorld Photos help index

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RealWorld Photos help index

RealWorld Photos is an application designed for:

  • Batch image processing - focused on simplicity and flexibility.
  • Photo retouching - using advanced cloning, healing or red eyes removal tools.
  • Computer graphic designing - flexible tools and filters and layers with effects.

The application supports lossless and partially lossless .jpg manipulations and it can be also used as a general purpose raster image editor.

Getting more help

The crucial pieces of information are available directly in RealWorld Photos user interface:

  • Read the tooltips and/or descriptions in application status bar (the line at the bottom of each window) to learn about individual menu commands or dialog controls.
  • Click the light-bulb toolbar button or the "What now?" menu command to display list of frequently used actions for your current document.
  • Search this web via the search box in the upper right corner.
  • Ask a question on a public discussion board.

Retouching photographs

Supported retouching tasks:

RealWorld Photos currently does not offer a direct way to significantly alter shapes in a photo.

Batch image processing

There are many useful operations that can be run without user interaction in batch mode, for example: watermarking, creating thumbnails, rotation by EXIF tag, resizing, optimizing for web, etc.

RealWorld Photos comes with the most basic batch operations. More specific operations are available for download from the batch operation archive.

Painting new images

The application can be used to draw raster graphics from scratch.

Extending the application

Recent comments

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user icon prays registered user on July 9th 2015

Hello there, I was resizing photos and when I did, I completely lost them and now can not find them. Could you tell me where I might look to try and retrieve the photos as this is extremely important for our business... Thank you, Kim

user icon Vlasta site administrator on July 9th 2015

Try searching your computer for them. If you remember one of the file names...

user icon Anonymous on July 9th 2015

can i use an image from a flatbed scanner? how do i do this

user icon Vlasta site administrator on July 10th 2015

If your scanner has a WIA (Windows Image Acqusition) driver, you can install a scanning plug-in from the online page within the software and it will use the scanner.

user icon Anonymous on June 22nd 2016

How to change from RGM to CMYK format, or revert?

user icon Anonymous on May 16th 2020

idk

user icon Pedritochulo / ALEX JB YT registered user on June 25th 2020

what

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user icon QDPie registered user on September 12th

custom reactions would be cool

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user icon Anonymous
What about ICL files?
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