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What are people saying about Photoupz

Jerry S Is this the Inpaint product with another name?
Mar 26 2011 at 7:59pm Copy Link
John H Looks like some redundancy from some other of my programs but for $4.95 I'll take it!
Mar 26 2011 at 9:43pm Copy Link
Roberto i tryed the demo this week and i still not get good results in medium/complex photos, but i bought it for the price too.
Mar 26 2011 at 9:46pm Copy Link
Louis H Normally I would have gone with it simply because of the price, but at some point all these special deals add up to big money if I never use them.

This works fairly well for "simple" photos - (speaking in terms of removal of objects) where the background you are going to be inpainting from is pretty straight forward and uniform. The more complex the photo, however, the less likely you are going to be happy with the result. (and a minor complaint - the watermark (which the need for is understandable) made it impossible for me to get a full appreciation for the true quality of this app with some of my "simple" photos, as the object I was removing fell smack in the middle of the watermark.)

If it was available as a plugin for Photoshop I would gladly pay $5 for it, (shoot - I'd pay the full $15 if it was a plugin) but since it is very similar to other such apps I already have, (and hardly ever use) and only exists as a stand alone, I'll pass on this one. Nonetheless, thanks to the developer for offering it here - at a very nice discount - for folks who don't have such a program.
Mar 26 2011 at 10:11pm Copy Link
Photoupz admin Hi,

Photoupz maker here. It might take a little practice to master the program but we think the program enables you to have a shot at reconstructing more complex scenes as well.

With some experience you get a better feel how the guiding line feature works - it's there so you can precisely guide the reconstruction by connecting object edges etc. Also there's a tutorial and faq on our webpage which will hopefully help.

Photoupz - Mar 26 2011 at 10:17pm Copy Link
Northern sp. z o.o. Can I buy bussines license with this promotoion ??
Mar 26 2011 at 10:33pm Copy Link
Photoupz admin The 67% discount works with both personal and business licenses. You can see the coupon codes after you click Buy Now.
Photoupz - Mar 26 2011 at 11:07pm Copy Link
John Seiffer I saw the video and I wonder if you can do the opposite - remove the background and keep the image of the person?
Mar 27 2011 at 1:19am Copy Link
Photoupz admin John if you mean cutting out the person from background and keeping her- than that's not possible. That would be called background subtraction and is currently not a feature in our software.
Photoupz - Mar 27 2011 at 1:45am Copy Link
Joe Doe This would be great as PhotoShop plugin, but stand alone...
Mar 27 2011 at 4:20am Copy Link
Northern sp. z o.o. Why I can't make separated inpaint guiding lines ??
Look this :

Mar 27 2011 at 6:13am Copy Link
Louis H Thank you Tomas for your response.

Ok, so I've spent more time playing around with this one and I am willing to agree that it can handle moderately "complex" images - although those did take me more than one go at it to get the result to look presentable, I can see where with more practice I may be better able to achieve the desired results on the first go.

I remain skeptical, however, that more complex photos can be handled - or if they can, it will take multiple edits. (Operative word here being "multiple.")

The main advantage for me with such a program would be the reduction of time in editing objects out of photos before I do other work with them within Photoshop. If there is no advantage in this area, I may as well do my edits within Photoshop itself. This is why the ability to use this as a plugin would make the app far more attractive at full price. Even without the ability to handle more complex photos.

So my "review" at this point in time....

1) Simple photos where the background is uniform - it performs very well.

2) Photos where the background has a moderate degree of variation - such as rocks and grass and trees - it performs well, but did require, at my current level of skill, a need to repeat the process at least one additional time to get a presentable result.

3) Photos where the background is a far more complex combination of shapes, colors, and types of objects - inanimate and animate - such as buildings, animals, trees, cars, grass, concrete, etc., (with consideration that I have only been working with the program for less than a day) - not very good results - even with multiple edits.

I have a lot of photos that fall into 1 and 2, and so I have changed my mind. The program is going into my toolbox today.

(This will at least allow me the ability to work with it without the distraction of the watermark. )


My biggest request would be for a future version to allow for use as a plugin with graphic editors compatible with the Photoshop plugin standard.
Mar 27 2011 at 7:04am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Arkadiusz double click to close current guiding line, after that you can start new one. One guiding line can actually consist of several successive line segments - and the reconstruction should follow these line segments.
This can be used for example when there is a bent edge behind your area - so you can guide the algorithm to reconstruct the edge with particular shape. (Hope that makes sense)
Photoupz - Mar 27 2011 at 7:32am Copy Link
Northern sp. z o.o. thanks, working great :) I'm Buying :)
Mar 27 2011 at 7:41am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Louis - thanks very much for your review. It definitely helps to run few successive iterations to redraw the parts of the image which weren't completed satisfyingly enough.

For example some of the 'hardest' showcase photos on the webpage took a number of iterations and edits, especially when there were large regions to replace.

I totally see your workflow point and why it would be better to have this all in one place. It is interesting to see this combined with editing in other programs (such as PS) - the original aim of photoupz was to be just a simple tool for improving photos without necessarily using more complicated editing tools, but this will certainly be considered.
Photoupz - Mar 27 2011 at 7:50am Copy Link
Louis H Something else I want to mention, as I have harped on the absence of such a feature with previous offerings here, the undo/redo feature is a history-based undo/redo feature in that it keeps a record of individual edits and allows you to step back and redo an edit you are not happy with. Another mark in the plus column. (Very helpful while learning to fine tune one's control of the guiding line feature.)
Mar 27 2011 at 8:03am Copy Link
Mary Wilson Downloaded this program and tried to run it but Norton says that it is not safe to run.
Mar 27 2011 at 10:16am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Hi Mary - we've never heard about that happening before (or with any other antivirus software) - maybe it is only double checking if you intend to run a downloaded software ?
Photoupz - Mar 27 2011 at 12:07pm Copy Link
Louis H I did notice that the trial version wanted to "call home" (my AV software alerts me when programs seek to do that.)

I don't use Norton (anymore), so perhaps it had something to do with the program seeking to "call home?"

Don't know. Just a guess.

Anyway, ZoneAlarm tells me the program is clean, Mary - if that helps.
Mar 27 2011 at 12:21pm Copy Link
Mary Wilson No this does not help me due to the fact that Norton will not allow me to install the program because Norton says that there is a major problem. Unable to load means I am unable to try it and Unable to buy it. Fix the problem with the program so that Norton says it is safe to use.
Mar 28 2011 at 12:30am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Mary -- we are happy to help - could you pls email us at I've just checked with norton AV 2011 and it does let the software run here.
Photoupz - Mar 28 2011 at 1:09am Copy Link
DrTeeth I know it is OT, but can anybody spot any differences in the last three sets of pictures in the screenshots?

I bought this the last time around on BdJ and at this price, it would be a pity not to buy some DRM-free software that does what it says AND gets updated unlike its similar cousin, InPaint.

Aug 23 2011 at 9:17am Copy Link
Patrick J. Just ordered a personal license. After the payment with Paypal I was redirected and this page tells me "Order not accepted" - don't know why.
Aug 24 2011 at 12:19am Copy Link
Mick Hayes The last three sets: denoise, sharpen, brightness.
Aug 24 2011 at 12:20am Copy Link
Tazzie What is the reason that licenses are not allowed to be transferred to another computer? What if I get a new computer for whatever reason?
Aug 24 2011 at 12:41am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Hi,

Patrick -- it is probably due to PayPal fraud processing checks. Maybe you are behind a proxy? Would it be possible to try ordering from a different pc (just in case) or with a card? If this happens repeatedly in the future we'll look into changing the provider, however this never happed before so far.

Tazzie -- sorry for the confusion but of course you can transfer the license to a different pc. The license just shouldn't be used on multiple computers concurrently.

Photoupz - Aug 24 2011 at 12:59am Copy Link
Patrick J. I use Paypal for a very long time now, always with the same mail address. No problems so far. But today it was my first order via FastSpring. One reason I can think of: the mail in your order form was not the same as my Paypal mail address. So, I used two mail addresses during the order. I'm waiting for a response by FastSpring.
Aug 24 2011 at 1:09am Copy Link
Alan Would this work for taking an old picture that has cracking in it and fixing it?
Aug 24 2011 at 4:50am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Alan -- you should be able to remove the crack in the old photo. You can give it a try with the trial version..
Photoupz - Aug 24 2011 at 5:58am Copy Link
Patrick J. So far no response by FastSpring :-\
Aug 24 2011 at 3:26pm Copy Link
Ralph Bates III I purchased 2 licenses yesterday. I have yet to receive license keys. When can I expect to get them?
Aug 25 2011 at 6:46am Copy Link
Photoupz admin Hi Ralph,

Please contact us at and we'll be able to help. Sometimes it can happen when either spam checker caught the email, or when a typo was entered in the contact email address.

Photoupz - Aug 25 2011 at 7:09am Copy Link
DrTeeth Unlike another similar item with similar licence conditions, this author DOES release minor (therefore free) updates. The other software tends not to do this. For this reason alone, this author should be supported. I have both, but will only now support this one.
Jan 14 2012 at 4:18am Copy Link
BobWet I found this very easy and intuitive. I obtained very reasonable results with the first try. I can understand a "Pro" objecting to a few little artifacts that show up, but for a casual user who is fixing family photos, such as myself, it does an excellent job. Yes, I'm going to buy it.
Jan 14 2012 at 6:53am Copy Link
Cyndi Queen What is the relationship between this program and the very similar program called InPaint? I downloaded Photoupz and looked at the User's Manual, and it talks about features like the "Inpaint Marker" and the "Inpaint Guiding Line icon."
Jan 14 2012 at 3:36pm Copy Link
Terence McBride Hi,
I own a licence for PhotoShop CS5. That being said I thought that I would make a posting here and say this program is more than worth the £5.00 approx that they are asking. I paid it and I am very pleased.

PhotoShop does it best, we'll take that as written.

This little plug-n or stand alone does this.

1. Drag your photograph into the program.
2. Mask the area to be removed via your mouse or pen.
3. Use the line tool at the horizon simply by clicking on one area to another
4. Click the paint inside button that you masked or hightlited area
in the second step.

Wait until the job is complete... then touch up if required using the 1,2 and 3 buttons on the left of the screen.

Jan 14 2012 at 4:46pm Copy Link
J S I have a few but in particular I have 1 photo of my mother driving a London Black Cab that was taken using a K*DAK Disc Camera - so it is approximately 25years old and to the best of my knowledge no-one in my family still has the negative, and sadly it is a very grainy looking 6x4 and there's no point in making it any larger.

I've got good high-resolution document scanners.

SO ... if Photoupz can improve what appears to be a rather grainy looking photo and transform it into a well defined photo, then, that would mean the world to a number of my relatives including my mother.

So I'm going to Buy the program and hope like hell it does what it claims to.
Jan 14 2012 at 11:56pm Copy Link
Terence McBride @ JS,
I personally think that you need to take a look at PhotoZoom Pro... Be warned its not that cheap... I have the version 3, although, v4 is out. As they say bigger, better and twice as nice, at a price of course.
Jan 15 2012 at 10:57am Copy Link
Photoupz admin @ Cyndi,
Erasing objects from photos is also called "inpainting", hence our names "Inpaint Marker" or "Inpaint Guiding Lines" in the program.
Photoupz - Jan 17 2012 at 11:14am Copy Link
Frank Stephens This is a decent program for inpainting, at a good price.

J S (from last time), I find that wavelet sharpening does an excellent job and can reduce noise, but you generally have to use somewhat pricey astronomy packages. Wavelet deconvolution does an excellent job on blurry photos, but I'm not aware of any packages which use it.
Jun 17 2012 at 1:14am Copy Link
xCurt I use this program and can highly recommend it. See an example at http://www.donationcoder....#msg275239
Jun 17 2012 at 1:49am Copy Link
Sujay Ghosh It's a nice piece of software. I reviewed it some times back.
So, grab it before it ends. :-)
Jun 17 2012 at 8:12am Copy Link
Frank Stephens There's lots of information on the website. What you can do with any inpainting program depends upon the background, but the Gallery page has useful examples which can be enlarged.
Jun 17 2012 at 9:45am Copy Link
William Tattors As a photoshop 6 cs user, this rocks in simplicity for those quickies...
Jun 17 2012 at 9:53am Copy Link
Louis H Picked up a business license for this one over a year ago here at BDJ and have not any regrets.
Jun 17 2012 at 3:15pm Copy Link
Frank Stephens I also bought a business license for this the last time, even though I had version 1.6 from GOTD. I installed 1.62 on top and it prompted for my newer license, no problems.
Jun 17 2012 at 3:59pm Copy Link
Amit Just wanted to get cleared - installation on multiple personal computers - allowed ? As licensed per user.

And is transfer of license to another own computer not allowed ? Cos I keep 2-3 computers in use.
Dec 16 2012 at 12:30am Copy Link
Chris @ Amit - According to the Policy (above right) it says the following:

Photoupz is licensed per user, so if more people are going to use Photoupz you will need to purchase additional copies.
Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed.
Dec 16 2012 at 12:57am Copy Link
Rick Truell @FruggyMan @Amit: It also says "License activation isn't required". Since there's no 'calling home' to check the license, there's no way to know you're trying to transfer it to (or install it on) another computer and thus no way to prevent you from doing so.

Also, the "licensed per user" part invalidates the "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed" part, since installing on more than one computer wouldn't be 'transferring' the license from one computer to another.
Dec 16 2012 at 7:10pm Copy Link
Danny A professional eye can see that committed the deleted objects in the pictures?
Jun 1 2013 at 12:25am Copy Link
Gde Swart Nothing will give the results Photoshop will in the right hands. That said, for the casual user, this is pretty decent. The results will depend on the original photo and your patience in using the program. I appreciate that the video demonstration was realistic in showing that you may have to go over a spot a couple of times to get the results you want.
This is very nice software, worth every penny, especially at this price. The UI is easy to understand and looks up to date. I use CS6 for professional work because it can do anything, but it takes a lot of training and time to learn. Photoupz is a very small (1.6MB) and simple program. It only does a couple of things, it does them well and without the big learning curve. For quick and easy in-painting, I recommend it.
Jun 1 2013 at 4:59pm Copy Link
Photoupz admin Please feel free to ask any questions about today's promotion, software, etc.
Photoupz - Jan 26 2014 at 3:11am Copy Link
Paul Crozier I have used this software and it's very good. I can do the job in 2 mins that would take me 20 in Photoshop.
A very good price for a very capable bit of software. I just bought it in the UK for £5.65 which is a steal.
Oct 18 2014 at 2:20am Copy Link
Chris I purchased this for the same price here almost 2 years ago and it is still in version 1. (v1.7.1)
Oct 19 2014 at 1:45am Copy Link
Alejandro Aldasoro Just purchased software. When I try to enter second line it creates a square\shape, on the demos it shows lines, not shapes.
Oct 19 2014 at 9:13pm Copy Link
Photoupz admin Hi Alejandro, you can end one guiding line and start the next one with a double-click.
Photoupz - Oct 19 2014 at 11:17pm Copy Link
Chris @ Alejandro ~ It tells you how to do it in the pop up when you start it.
Oct 19 2014 at 11:29pm Copy Link
Alejandro Aldasoro @Admin, thanks for your quick reply.
@ Chris, yet it does,missed that one!

But, program doesn't do anything close to that is shown on the demos.
Oct 19 2014 at 11:40pm Copy Link

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