Photopea is a web-based photo editing and graphic design application that has an interface and features similar to Adobe Photoshop. Now Photopea has released the update version 5.2 which brings a number of new features such as color profile support, CMYK mode, noise reduction filters, and more. Photopea exists not to compete with or replace Photoshop, but as an alternative when we don’t get access to Photoshop. The advantage of Photopea is its ability to run on almost all browsers on PC devices and of course it’s free to use.
Photopea’s update to version 5.2 makes it even more interesting thanks to the ability to detect color spaces within files (PSD, JPG, PNG, etc.), so it can render images in the correct color space. The creator of Photopea, programmer Ivan Kutskir from the Czech Republic, explains that the color space is preserved during editing and is saved in the image.
In addition, Photopea now supports CMYK color mode which will show how the image will look when printed with a color printer. This CMYK mode displays images using the CMYK SWOP v2 color space, which isn’t completely accurate, but at least it’s closer to what the printed image looks like compared to sRGB or monitors with a certain color space.
Some of the other features included in the Photopea version 5.2 update include support for stroke vector shapes, text backgrounds, stroke settings, noise reduction filters, match colors, and several bug fixes. For those who need a photo editor and graphic design with basic features that are quite complete, Photopea is indeed reliable and this application is also lightweight, only requires a browser and an internet connection. Although accessible for free, Photopea provides a premium version that will remove ads, double cache history, and support developers for US$3.33 per month or US$40 for one year.
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