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Make Your Photos Look Awesome With Easy Photo Effects

Easy Photo Effects is a little (180KB) application, probably the most easy to use photo editor for Windows that offers some of the best filters like black & white artworks, vintage sepia, cool movie effects, colored grid, etc to make your photos look really awesome. You can apply each effect just with a click.

What is more, each effect can be tweaked as per your needs. You can combine different effects for a unique look of your photos.

Easy Photo Effects is freeware and portable. Just run it, select your filter and click ‘Save’ button to save the image. You can always reset the image to original by clicking the ‘Reset Image’ button.

Easy Photo Effects contains a wide variety of different functions and photo effects such as Black and White, Sepia, Brightness, Contrast, Topaz, Movie, Embossed, Analogica, Borders, Colored Grid, Tilt Shift and Resize.

You can download Easy Photo Effects (180KB) for Windows XP, Vista and 7 at source here


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