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    Jon Parr, Image Editing for Web Designers

      Jon Parr, Image Editing for Web Designers


      Image Editing for Web Designers

      Professional image editing tools like Adobe Photoshop or CorelDraw are perfect when you are deep into picture editing. Digital photo enthusiasts and professional artists enjoy some of the features offered by these and similar products. But what if your needs are different? If you are a Web designer, you mostly need to create small images: buttons, navigation, menu items, banners and backgrounds. These images are so small that you need to pay close attention to every pixel, but don't need photographic-quality color profiles or 3D color spaces. So why paying hundreds of dollars for a tool that you won't utilize even a little bit, and why wasting your own time learning these complex tools while you're not going to use most of the features anyways? Get a dedicated small-image editor for your Web graphics! IconLover http://www.aha-soft.com/iconlover/index.htm is a perfect tool for making buttons and banners, creating navigation and backgrounds. Create and edit icons and cursors, extract icons from icon libraries and executable files, draw shapes of any form and complexity with powerful translucency and shadow effects with the perfect gif editor! IconLover is a perfect gif editor for drawing small, Web-based images. Create buttons with drop shadow, make buttons with variable opacity, apply smoothing, negative, grayscale, and colorization effects to your Web graphics, rotate, roll, and mirror your images with IconLover. IconLover saves your Web graphics in ICO, BMP, JPEG, ANI, CUR, GIF, PNG, TGA, TIFF, WMF, WBMP, XPM, XBM and Adobe Photoshop PSD image formats. Make gif buttons with shadow effects, draw translucent hovering menus, apply smooth gradients and stunning visual effects to the smallest graphics - all within one inexpensive, easy-to-use tool! IconLover sits right in the middle of image editor crowd. Not as monstrous or expensive as Adobe Photoshop, and not as deliberately simplistic as Microsoft Paint, IconLover fits as a perfect gif editor for Web masters. There's no better way to create buttons and make banners for the Web than IconLover!