When working with sets of images, it's very common to resize them to fit inside a document, webpage, email, etc. This can be a tedious practice if you have to resize more than one. Phoduit makes this process much faster by performing batch processing. We'll cover the entire process of how to scale an image and then how to extend the process to quickly scale an entire set of images. If you are new to Phoduit, check out the free trial. This how to assumes you have some familiarity with Phoduit and have worked through the getting started page first.
Author archives: James Bendig
Now you can try Phoduit for free for 30 days! Just click the "Free Trial" link at the top of the page to get started. The trial has all of the same features as the full version except:
- You won't be able to save or export your work after 30 days.
- The offline documentation is not included.
The first difference is obvious but the second is worth going into more detail. By removing the offline documentation from the trial, we've reduced the download size by over 50x! This way, you can try Phoduit much faster and without committing to a large download or install size.
To make up for the lack of offline documentation, we've made it available completely free on our Learn page. Follow along using your free Phoduit trial and start editing your photos today!
Today, we've released the first update to Phoduit since the start of the beta. We've been working hard toward the full release and have made a handful of improvements.
Phoduit does a lot more than just process RAW images. But that's one of the most important parts when it comes to getting the most out of your images. It gives you a larger tonal range to work with and you can recover detail that would otherwise be clipped. We know how important this is so we've worked hard to support as many different camera models as we can.
In the next update for Phoduit, we're introducing the Gradient node. It's a node that fills an entire image with a gradual change between two or more colors. This node is almost always used in conjunction with the Blend node where it can provide a backdrop, mask, or colored overlay.
Split toning is the process of changing the tones of the bright and dark parts of an image into two different colors. It was originally performed in a darkroom using chemicals. Now days, the effect is performed digitally. It's usually applied to greyscale images for artistic effect, but the same process can also be applied to color images as one approach to color grading.
I'm pleased to announce that Phoduit has just started beta testing! Phoduit is a photo editor where you connect nodes together to process your photos. This encourages a workflow where, even complex changes, are always non-destructive so you can focus on getting your photos just right without sacrificing quality. You can join the beta and start editing your photos now by pre-ordering Phoduit.