Leawo PhotoIns User Guide – How to Use PhotoIns?
Leawo PhotoIns, featured with advanced Artificial Intelligence and algorithm, greatly helps you enhance photos in batch automatically. It can not only beautify your portraits instantly by retouching skin, removing freckles, enlarging eyes and adjusting lighting, but also optimize your landscape photos quality by automatically fixing exposure and white balance issues as well as boosting photo colors, contrast and saturation. Tutorial below will show you detailed steps on how to enhance photos with Leawo PhotoIns.
Step 1Import Source Photos
Launch Leawo PhotoIns. Click to import source photos from your local hard drive. Or directly drag and drop source photos into the main interface.
Note: Leawo PhotoIns only supports RAW, JPEG, TIFF and PNG files of at least 800x600px.
After loading, you can right click on a loaded photo to delete or export it. Or right click in the blank to delete or export all loaded photos.
Step 2Enhance Photos
Double click a loaded photo to enter photo editing interface. There are several buttons for you to apply or remove the corresponding effect:
1. AI Enhancer : It is set by default and immoveable. All loaded photos will be enhanced automatically by advanced AI technology.
2. Lens Correct : It is available for RAW files only. It is used for auto lens correction.
3. Eyes Enlarge : It can enlarge and brighten your eyes to make them twinkle.
4. Face Enhance : It can optimize portraits by retouching skin, removing freckles and wrinkles, enlarging eyes, adjusting lighting, etc.
An effect adjuster bar lies between photo and function buttons, allowing you to adjust the optimization levels of AI. The far left is the minimal optimization level, while the far right is the opposite.
After enhancement, you can swipe the slider on the photo left and right to get an instant preview. Click to output the enhanced photo. The effects applied on this photo will be automatically applied to next photo. Or click to set preferred effects on "Settings" column for batch enhancement.
Step 3Output Settings
After clicking the "Output" button, an "Output settings" panel will pop up automatically. You can set an output directory on "Save to", set an output format among JPEG, PNG and TIFF on "Format" and select output quality from Low to High on "Quality".
In "Advanced settings", you are allowed to rename exported photos in several ways and resize exported photos freely.
Finally, click to start exporting.
Note: Free trial can only output photos and set photo effects one by one. A "PhotoIns" watermark will be added on exported photos.
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