DreamLight Photo Editor is like many image-editing tools. It adds dreamlike effects to your photos: filters like Light, Star, Amazing, and so on, and backgrounds, borders, and print options. The translated English is quirky and the support is thin, but it does what it's supposed to and seems easy enough to use. We wish it had multiple undos, but you can only undo the most recent change.
If your PC is, say, less than five years old and came with a typical software bundle, you probably already have an image editor that can do most everything DreamLight does, though it may take you a couple of minutes to figure out how to do it and a couple of tries to get it right. And, while DreamLight is free to try for 30 days, it's $39.95 to buy, which is a lot, considering the competition.
Still, if you like the sort of effects DreamLight produces in your photos and you don't already have an image editor or are simply too intimidated by its complexity (there's a reason why "photoshop" is a verb), then DreamLight might be for you. And we like the developer's idea of giving it as a gift to someone who has a computer but can't and won't ever get past the most basic operations. Most of us know someone like that--Grandma, for instance--who'd love to be able to enhance and share family photos, if only she could get the darn machine to do it for her.
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Like its name, DreamLight Photo Editor can easily add many special dream effects onto your photo. By just several mouse clicks, you can add dream light, color, art, pencil drawing, edge effects onto your digital photo to make it more attractive. There are totally 10 kind of filter, 98 special effects for you to choose. By using multi different effects on one photo, you will get hundreds of special different dream photo.
So simple to use, and if you mess up, it's easy to undo/go back and try again. I havent found anything to match it yet for ease of use, or effects. At the end of the day, it's a free trial, so you have nothing to lose by giving it a go!
Let me think long and hard.....
A great tool for completely changing and enhancing your photos. Fun to use. It's quite easy to get carried away and go OTT with this neat little editor, but it's just as easy to undo it all as well, so you can be as silly or as serious as you like. I dont think it would be a professionals cup of tea, but as a simple tool for greatly enhancing basic photographs, having creative fun with, aaaand producing some lovely end results, it's top notch!
I used to like it a lot as they changed things occasionanally.But I don't use it that much because you know whats there.I use it for stars only now!
Limited in the "Amazing" embellishments because few can be used because they are too dark and you cannot see your artwork through the overlay.The same for the gradients,they are so over-saturated your work does not benefit from it.
If they changed their overlays every so often and stopped overdoing with the color,it would be a great little program.
but when i download this software still have problems. please help me to improve this software. i really appreciate if you can give me a chance
i really want you hep. please, please,please, i very very hope to get this software
but when i download this software still have problems. please help me to improve this software. i really appreciate if you can give me a chance. i really want you hep. please, please,please, i very very hope to get this software.
DreamLight's photo editing capabilities are limited to applying decorative filter effects to digital photos. In other words, there are no provisions for image correction, resizing, cropping, etc. This simple-to-use program includes 150 somewhat unusual filters divided into 15 categories. The effects can be used individually or combined. Most of the effects are "preset" however a few allow the user to change color settings. Considering the limited need for effects of this type, the price tag seems rather steep at $40. Still, if you have a use for this sort of thing it does work very well.
Price, lack of filter customizations, lack of basic editing features (yes, you can find such features in most any freeware image editor but having a few integrated tools such as cropping and resizing might save users a little time).