· Pixelmator is an interesting image-editing app for Mac and iOS that I’m always telling myself I should spend more time with. Well I did just that, finding an interesting use for the Pixelmator Kaleidoscope filter. Before we go any further, though, there’s something you need to know (that I wish I’d found out sooner).
The Filter menu changed location in the recent update from v2 to v3. The filters are now in the Effects Browser . A thread on Pixelmator's support site mentions the change.
The extensive filter menu has some wonderful effects with unique digital ropes that allow you to select the center of the filter’s effect. Third-party plug-ins are supported by Apple’s Core Image and Quartz Composer technology. What Pixelmator needs is to spruce up the text tools’ options and have a photo browser that can navigate freely.
In particular, you can choose from these drop-down menu: Pixelmator, archive, composition, image, level, filter, view, window, help. Now let’s see in detail the different menus. The first is that you find Pixelmator : In this menu, you can view information about the program version and all those that are general preferences, such as interface ...
Pixelmator for iOS is a full-featured image editor that gives you everything you need to create, edit, and enhance images on the go. It lets you work seamlessly between your Mac, iPad, and iPhone and even work effortlessly with people who use Adobe Photoshop.
Pick your friends, but not to pieces.