at is the best way to get a sense of what you can do with Easel fDI? One approach would be to read a description of its technical capabilities and a discussion of how to use them. This is available in Easel's extensive online documentation, so if this sounds like the best way to you, all you need to do is click here to access it.
In this case, however, a picture probably is worth 1,000 words; it's much better to show you than to tell you the sort of things you can do with digital imaging software. And since I really did create Easel for my own use (that's not marketing hype), and since I've spent several years working on it, I've also spent several years using it, and have created hundreds of examples. Many were strictly for test purposes, of course, but many more were created for personal and/or professional use: to hang on the wall, publish online, and/or give as presents. I've even done a few on commission.
So while what I've done with Easel in no way limits what you can do with Easel, it will give you an idea or two of what's possible.
Click any item to the left to see the examples.