|Getting Started (page 2)|
||Change the image: Drag one of your images into the image area from the Finder or from iPhoto. Now the same effects are applied to your new image.|
Get rid of an effect: Click the (X) button in the effect controller: No more effect.
Is that too drastic? Choose Undo (you can always undo just about anything you try) to get your effect back. Now click on the checkbox in the effect controller. This lets you see how the image will look without that effect...but the effect is still there if you want to apply it.
Wonder what that tiny checkbox is for? It tells iMaginator to immediately draw the effects up to that point. This can make a difference if there are transparent areas caused by effects in the effects chain.
So that's about it. Of course, there's more; we didn't touch on painting, adding text, adding other graphics, saving your effects and images, but you can figure that out (and you’re reading the searchable online help if you can't). You have 109 effects to play with...and there will be more in the future. Some do distortions, some do color changes, some composite other images. It's easy, it's fun... just try it!