Web-tools for digitally painting your house to analyze and plan before actual paintjob

Sharing this MicroSoft Windows platforms' a couple of tools and applications which can help one in tweaking, resizing, cropping, editing, etc. with ones digital photographs, including digitally painting one's house, office, building, etc. VIRTUALLY before zeroing in on the final paint job done.

The tools are reliable and obviously helpful as they come from MicroSoft's forte'.

The best use of this application is for all those people who are inquisitive and want the very best of their own personal choice for their abodes and work places.

Weblink to the original location on MicroSoft's website:
Would also like to share a fitting excerpt from the article 'Digitally paint your house' by Kleber Stephenson

"Changing the color of your house is a big decision, and painting it the wrong color is a mistake that’s not easily fixed. Thanks to digital photo-editing programs like Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006, you can change the color of your house on your computer before you ever touch a brush to your house. This technique will help you in the color selection process, but it can also be fun just to see what your house might look like in a different color."

The webpage lists simple to use techniques for digitally painting your home essentially with your imagination and this web tool.

Hope bricks-n-mortar 's readers find these utilities useful  :-)

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