Creating lenses

You can apply lenses to any closed-path object you create using CorelDRAW. For example, you can apply lenses to rectangles or objects you draw with the Freehand tool and Natural Media tools. You can also apply lenses to open-ended lines and curves, such as Paragraph text and Artistic text. Additionally, you can create lenses using objects imported from other applications, such as bitmaps. Once you create a lens you like, you can copy it to other objects in your drawing.

You can choose from the following lens types: Transparency, Magnify, Brighten, Invert, Color Limit, Color Add, Tinted Grayscale, Heat Map, Custom Color Map, Wireframe, and Fish Eye.

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