by Juli Clover
February 7, 2013
Back in December I reviewed a handy Mac app called Snapheal, which allows you to remove unwanted objects and touch up your photos with just a few simple steps. I loved the app because it was so easy to use. Today Snapheal received an update, adding performance enhancements and RAW image support. The app has improved editing algorithms, which means that photos are processed twice as fast. That’s impressive for an app that was already speedy. Check out the video below and click here if you can't see it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l80n_B8MQQ4 RAW image support means that those of you who prefer to shoot photos in RAW will now be able to import them directly into Snapheal. The app now works with any RAW format from any camera. A bug that previously existed when importing files from a Canon EOS 60D has now been repaired. You will also find a few new tools in the app, including Clarity and Hue brushes in Retouch mode. These new tools allow you to adjust Clarity and Hue on specific parts of the image. To celebrate the update, Snapheal is on sale for a short period of time. You can get the app from the Mac App Store for $8.99.