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Beauty Guide 2.2.9< のgiveaway は 2022年7月2日
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10/ 11(x32/x64)
Beauty Guide is a specialized image editor with limited features compared to a full-fledged editing app. It doesn’t provide anything that you won’t find in a decent image editor but may be easier to use if you’re new to editing. It does provide plugins so [providing it works with P/Shop plugins] you can use Beauty Guide while working on a photo in another editing app.
The GOTD version is basically the same as the trail – all the files except uninstall are the same size for both, though the GOTD versions have later dates [12/2021]. The GOTD readme.txt file notes that you may need to run the app as admin, at least the first time for activation. That’s because it doesn’t seem to have permissions to write to anything in the Program Files / Program Files (x86) folder. The GOTD version fills in the blanks for activation, while the trial does not. Running without administrative privilege causes the file with activation data to be stored in the Users\ [UserName]\ AppData\ Local\ VirtualStore folder, instead of the folder where the app’s installed. Otherwise it adds a Tint Guide folder with the plugins, and a folder in Users\ [UserName]\ AppData\ Roaming\. Monitored in my Win7 32-bit VM, it added 93 registry entries, 2 keys for the app & one for uninstall.
You might want to look at software that can use AI For facial / portrait retouching, which I think is more often successful than other one-click solutions. Something called frequency separation is something else you might want to look at – the directions or How-To docs are usually specific to the image editing app you want to use. You basically divide the photo into two layers, one with the skin texture, and the other with the color – you can edit either. The idea is that you can get rid of a pimple for example without making the surrounding skin look like it’s made from plastic. FWIW, unless they’re retouching for a fashion-type magazine, where anything goes, most pros feel it’s unethical to really alter someone’s appearance, e.g., making wrinkles less prominent by working with the lighting & shadows, but never eliminating them entirely.
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