Politicians, governments, and even businesses will heavily redact (sensor or obscure for legal or privacy purposes) documents to prevent the truth from being exposed. Thanks to an inexpensive Mac utility you can hide any part of an image. Just like the professionals on TV.
Censor For The Greater Good
Most of us have seen such obscuring on television news, where faces of those who don’t want to be identified are blurred or pixelated.
That’s exactly what Censorate does. If you want to publish or share a photo of someone, and that someone does not want to be visible and identifiable in the photo, just use Censorate to censor the face.
The process of censoring, or redacting portions of an image are about as easy as you’d want. Drag and drop a photo onto Censorate. Then blur, pixelate, or cover (black lines work) the section of the photo you don’t want to be visible and recognizable.
Censorate works much the same way as Redacted, another Mac utility that does much the same thing redacts sections of images.