Magic Photo Editor

Magic Photo Editor 7.5

Photo editing tool to blend images and beautify them with effects and cliparts
3.6  (477 votes)
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Unlike more standard image editors, Magic Photo Editor has been designed to beautify and embellish your images, rather than cropping, rotating, resizing, or correcting them. It blends your photos with a wide variety of masks, clipart images, cartoons, outlines, speech bubbles, and frames in a simple and seamless way. You can combine as many photos as you wish and thus make creative collages in minutes.

Do not let the program’s name fool you – though the program can be certainly considered a photo editor, do not expect to find any of the standard utilities that image editing tools usually come with. Magic Photo Editor is all about blending your photos with a nice background image of your choice and adding new elements to it to enhance its beauty. You can use the landscape that comes with the program for the background or load one your favorite shots from your collection. Then you can blend it with one or more photos (portraits of your loved ones, pets, friends, etc.) and add any of the embellishing elements provided, such as flowers, cartoons, outlines, and speech bubbles with a message of your choice. The masks section will let you apply textures to the entire image or the section selected, such as blurred or foggy areas to add an eerie, dramatic, or dreamy atmosphere to it.

All the elements added can be resized and relocated easily with your mouse. The entire blending and beautifying process is highly intuitive, and you don’t need to be an expert image editor to make the most of this tool. This is the beauty of it, that anyone can create funny and/or artistic compositions and collages in just a few minutes using Magic Photo Editor.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Seamless image blending.
  • Extensive choice of masks and clipart images.
  • Includes frames

Cons

  • No editing features available.
  • Not impressive photo effects
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