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  • Supplemental software you find useful for photography?
    I use Photoglory for photo restoration and colorization, and I must say it's horribly overlooked. Source: 9 months ago
  • What is the best Ai photo colorization software for Windows?
    Photoglory is amazing, it can colorize photos automatically or you can do it manually, and it's so good at removing scratches and stains if the photo is too old and worn-out. Source: 12 months ago
  • What non-mainstream software tools do you use on a daily basis but you find incredibly useful?
    Not on a daily basis, but I use Photoglory a lot. It's an old photo restoration software, and while everything could be done in Photoshop, I prefer this one as it's much simpler and does a lot of things automatically. Source: 12 months ago
  • What's the most useful app or software tool you've discovered recently?
    Photoglory, it works wonders for old and faded/damaged photos. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Which subscriptions for online services and software do you have? Which do you think are absolutely worth it and why?
    Actually that depends on what you use and how frequent you use it, etc. I have Spotify and Youtube premium and softwarewise, I have paid lifelong licenses for Photoglory (software to restore old photos), Interior design 3d (home design program) and I used to have a PicsArt premium, but now I use the online version of their app. Source: about 1 year ago
  • What Is the best editing software?
    Colorization/restoring old photos: Photoglory, Vance AI. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Which specific software do you use in your specific field?
    Not exactly a specific field, more like a specific hobby, but I use Photoglory a lot to colorize old photos or fix damages in them. Source: about 1 year ago
  • People of Reddit! What are some apps/software you find awesome.?
    Photoglory, it's great for colorizing black and white photos. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Best AI Photo Editor?
    Photoglory is good for enhancing old photos, or try out Photoworks, it also fixes grainy pictures just fine. Both are not full force AI editors, though, but have AI-based tools. Source: about 1 year ago
  • What is your favorite piece of software and why (serious)?
    Photoglory, it's a photo restoration software that also colorizes photos in a realistic way. I use it a lot since Ive been going through old family photo albums and so many photos are faded or damaged in one way or another. Photoglory has been a huge help. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Gift for mother's day, you can choose old photos together and things she loves, like traveling, cooking... and put everything in one place to gift her in a loving way
    Amazing work! I did the similar thing for my grandparents' wedding anniversary: digitized their wedding and family photos, colorized the black and white ones and fixed the worn out pictures through Photoglory, then reprinted and made a photo book with some of them and an anniversary video with others. Custom art is a great idea, though, I think my mom would love something like this for her birthday, too. Thanks... Source: about 1 year ago
  • What's a piece of pc software you think everyone should try?
    Depends on your needs, but there are plenty of programs that are just like the most sphosticated ones but in the beginner friendly way. Photoworks is great for photo editing, Clipify is a good video making program, Photoglory rocks at photo colorization and also there are calendar making apps that are super handy and basically let you design your own thing (good for making gifts as well). Source: over 1 year ago
  • what's a good gift to give my grandma for her 70th birthday?
    For the gift part I'd do something family-related, like a big photo book with pictures of family members or a big calendar with family photos. You can also take the old pictures she has, digitize them and make them colorful or just newer-looking, there are programs like Photoglory or Photoworks that restore old photos brilliantly. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What's some really useful software?
    Photoglory is good for colorizing black and white photos and fixing blemishes on the damaged pictures in general. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Which computer software was really worth buying instead of using it for free?
    To me it was Photoglory, a photo restoration program that can easily be replaced by Photoshop, I guess, but I don't have the latter and it seems too compliated to me. Besides, I only need to restore and colorize old photos every now and then, so getting a specific program just for that seemed more logical. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What paid app/premium subscription is worth it?
    Photoglory, the deluxe version has this tool that automatically recreates missing parts of the picture and it's just so vital for when you work with old photos. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Dear Redditors, what are a few softwares/applications that are highly underrated?
    Photoglory. It's a photo restoration program and it's really good for those who want to colorize or repair old photos without learning Photoshop for that. It's a pretty niche software but it definitely deserves more recognition. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What are the best adobe photoshop alternatives?
    Gimp and Photoworks as regular photo editors for PC. Photodiva for portrait editing. (this one is also free like Gimp) Photoglory if you need to colorize old photos / fix damaged pictures. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Adobe software is super expensive! What photo editing programs do you like to use and where do you find them?
    I use Photoworks, it is a picture editor for PC that's much easier than Photoshop imo, and also work with Photoglory a lot, it's a photo restoratin software that I use for my work purposes, it's really good at colorizing and generally fixing old damaged photos. Idk where I've found them, maybe some list of 'X best programs for doing Y' mentioned them or something. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • I have ~15,000 family photos from the 1900s to 2005ish that I've scanned. I'm looking for some automation that can try to rotate photos to the correct orientation. Also looking for automation that can do small corrections if possible.
    Not exactly what you were looking for as it's not automatic, but may I suggest Photoglory in case you would need to colorize the photos/remove the scratches, etc. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Good software for improving scans of very old photos?
    Photoglory might be a good choice, it's a photo restoration program where you can do basic restoration and colorize pictures, too. It's paid though. Source: about 2 years ago

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