How To Annotate Images With Preview

How To Annotate Images To Provide Direction

It's always easier to show than tell when it comes to discussing photos.  If you have changes to photos that we've provided or you want to provide specific direction on a match image, this tool will help you.

 

How To Annotate An Image With OSX Mac Preview

Step 1. Right Click The Image > Open With Preview

Step 1. Right Click The Image > Open With Preview

Step 2. Click on the toolbox in the menu bar to reveal the "Mark-up Toolbar". 

Step 2. Click on the toolbox in the menu bar to reveal the "Mark-up Toolbar". 

 
Step 3.  Use the tools to add boxes, circles, arrow & text to specifically provide direction on what to change. 

Step 3.  Use the tools to add boxes, circles, arrow & text to specifically provide direction on what to change. 

 

How To Annotate An Image On Windows

We don't use windows at POW and I personally haven't used since the Windows Vista release in 2006, so i'm not an authority on this.  However, I've done some research for you and read that MS Paint may be a good option for annotating images and it come on every machine.  This is the best article I could find on the subject but I haven't tested it.

http://www.wikihow.com/Create-Annotated-Screenshots-Using-Windows-Paint