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PhotoShine – Pick a Photo and Apply a Template
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PhotoShine applies a template to whatever image you give it. That is, in a nutshell, what you can expect to get from this image editing tool. On the bright side, using this application is a very simple 3-step process. On the downside, some of the templates don’t look very nice and the interface feels dated.

To get PhotoShine up and running on your Windows PC, you will have to complete a standard installation procedure. This means you will have to download an installer, run it, and then follow the instructions presented onscreen by a setup wizard. When the installation completes, you will be asked if you want to launch PhotoShine.

The interface doesn’t look very nice, as you can clearly see from the screenshots and Quick Look video that accompanies this article. Everything feels dated, you can't resize PhotoShine’s window, and the text that tells you how many templates are available in the demo version is barely legible.

At least using PhotoShine isn’t difficult. The whole process can be broken down into 3 steps:
Step 1 – load an image into PhotoShine.
Step 2 – apply a template. Close to 300 templates are available, grouped into 9 themes: Girl, Baby, Love, Simulation, Dream, Magazine, Festival, Frame, and Other.
Step 3 – save your work as a JPG or BMP file.

Alongside the demo version, which can be used for 30 uses max, there’s a paid version that comes with many more templates. The demo has about 300 templates to offer while the paid version has close to 700. At the time of writing this, the paid version is priced at $39.95.

PhotoShine works as advertised, allowing you to easily apply a template to any image you want. Unfortunately, some templates are nothing to write home about.

Installing PhotoShine on a Windows PC will take little time and effort. Using PhotoShine is a simple 3-step process. There are close to 300 templates to choose from (according to the developer, I didn’t actually count them).

The interface feels dated and doesn’t look nice at all. Some templates are cringe-inducing. The demo is limited to 30 uses. The paid version is a whopping forty bucks.

You can download PhotoShine free here.
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PhotoShine has been reviewed by George Norman on 03 Aug 2017. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated PhotoShine 3 out of 5 stars, naming it Very Good
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