Pixelmator 2.1.1 and a new healing tool

Now you can easily remove image imperfections or just about any image element you want, so your pictures look their absolute best.

That’s what I love about the Pixelmator guys. They keep making amazing software with features that everyone can use, not just the pros. Check out the video on their site to see the healing tool in action.

Not only is Pixelmator 2.1.1 out today, but they are also sponsoring The Loop this week.

  • I wish they would implement CMYK color support. Until they do, it’s not even worth the $15 for print designers. For web/multi-media folks, it’s great. I would love to use it, but I work primarily in the print world.

  • Steven Fisher

    The demo makes it look like a miracle, but I tried it against a few images and it’s extremely inconsistent. It seems to do a poor job of matching the brightness of the surrounding areas in some parts of the picture, but nails it in others.

    • I expect it’ll get better.

      • Steven Fisher

        Most likely. Even having a way to adjust the brightness of the correction after would probably fix it, but I’m sure they’re already working on improved algorithms.