Image Editor

A graphics program that provides a variety of special features for altering bit-mapped images. The difference between image editors and paint programs is not always clear-cut, but in general image editors are specialized for modifying bit-mapped images, such as scanned photographs, whereas paint programs are specialized for creating images.

In addition to offering a host of filters and image transformation algorithms, image editors also enable you to create and superimpose layers.

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