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You can draw on photos! New photo editor in Cliniccards!

Photo is an indispensable tool in the work of a modern doctor of any specialty, from general practitioner to periodontist.

And it's no wonder, because photos allow for high-quality diagnostics, improve the quality of treatment, simplify team communication, and build trust between doctor and patient.

To make working with photos a pleasure, Cliniccards has created a new photo editor!

It is now available when working with images in the Patient History and in the Photo Flow. To enter the editing mode, select a photo and click the Edit button.

1. First of all, you can now draw on your photo! 

In Edit mode, select the Annotate tool to add the following elements and shapes to your photo:

  • Arrows and lines — especially useful if you want to emphasize certain areas.
  • Arbitrary rectangles and circles — also allow you to make visual accents.
  • Text — write a comment or leave important information directly on the photo.
  • Sharpie and path — the Sharpie tool allows you to switch to freehand drawing mode on the photo, and the Path tool allows you to add consecutive lines connected by dots.
  • Stickers — emphasize what's important — add a sticker.

Each of the tools is quite versatile, as you can change the Angle Radius, Size, Color, and even the Style of the elements.

2. Crop and resize.

The Crop tool offers four key options:

  1. Rotate the photo to the left by 90 degrees.
  2. Mirror vertically or horizontally.
  3. Set an arbitrary rotation angle (up to 45%) or enlarge the photo (up to 100%).
  4. Crop the photo in any format.

These tools allow you to make the desired changes to your photo in seconds!

3. Filters and color adjustments.

Manually adjust parameters such as brightness, contrast, saturation, temperature, gamma, exposure, and sharpness to get the exact color scheme you want.

Or, you can choose a pre-made color scheme from the ones available in the Filter tool. 

4. Blur the image.

In a few seconds, you can blur any part of the image you don't want to show. This way, you can demonstrate your work while maintaining patient privacy.

You can undo all the changes you've made in one click or just take a step back. Moreover, all added elements remain available for editing in the future!

This ensures that the desired version of the photo will be saved even if temporary (or accidental) changes are made.