Yes, you can do just about anything in Photoshop, but the expense is as high as the learning curve. For example, what if you want to put a color tint on a photo, an image, or an icon? By the time you open the image in Photoshop Image Tinter finished the job.
Though by trade I’m still tethered to Adobe, Microsoft, and Apple’s flagship applications, I have, through the years, developed a cadre of one-trick pony apps.
Add Image Tinter to the list of what you want your Mac to do that it does not. What does it do? It tints images. Photos, graphic designs, single color icons.
How does it work? Drag, drop, select color, slide for opacity, save, or export. What could be easier?
The opacity slider gives you the option of adding translucency to the image. The tint is applied by selecting a specific color from the color tool. Trial and error is your friend.
Not only does Image Tinter work on photos, but even on single-color graphic icons. Black becomes red. Gray becomes blue.
Image Tinter is so useful that it’s fun to use. Specific colors can be saved as Favorites to be used again foregoing the standard trial and error effort.
Here’s another sample of how an image can be tinted with just a few clicks.
It took me all of 30-seconds to figure out that this would be a big time saver.