TeoreX has updated iResizer — an utility designed to intellectually resize pictures and remove undesired objects, persons or empty space from photographs by “folding” photos — to version 2.3. The update sports a one-click approach to the process thanks to smart analysis of the image and unique “folding” algorithms.
iResizer 2.3 virtually “folds” the image so that some parts of the frame overlap others, making them “invisible.” This allows users to, effectively, shorten a space between objects or persons, hide unwanted pieces of the composition, exclude certain persons from the photo and more.
In addition to concertina folding of pictures, iResizer offers other image resizing tools. It’s available for Mac OS X 10.7 or higher and costs US$19.99 for new users. Learn more at http://www.iresizer.com/ .