onOne Software PhotoTools and PhotoTools Professional Edition
PhotoTools and PhotoTools Professional Edition will faithfully reproduce camera filters like neutral density, color correction and polarization as well as darkroom techniques and alternative processes like solarization, cyanotype and palladium printing as well as many paper toners. PhotoTools even includes cinema looks popularized by Hollywood movies.
Users can preview their chosen effect in PhotoTools before applying it, and they can also stack multiple effects on top of each other just like they would camera filters. Users can control the order of each effect and how they blend together for a truly unique look. In addition, these effects stacks can be saved so users can repeat them easily in the future.
Once a user has created their own signature look, they can use PhotoTools' powerful batch processing engine to apply their look to an entire folder of images enabling them to vastly speed up their production with the ability to batch process files with multiple output formats of differing sizes, color spaces, names and even watermarks.
onOne Software's new PhotoTools includes over 150 effects, corrections and styles that were designed in conjunction with Professional Photographer, Photoshop Guru and Instructor Jack Davis. This version of PhotoTools is available for a retail price of $159.95.
onOne Software's PhotoTools Professional Edition (retail price of $259.95) features an additional 100 effects beyond the base version of PhotoTools. These additional effects were created by Jack Davis and Professional Photographer, Creator of Kubota Artistic Tools Photoshop Actions and Digital Photography Bootcamp Instructor Kevin Kubota.
Both products are available on the onOne Software Web site: www.onOnesoftware.com)
and will be available for download directly from onOne Software on November
15, 2007. Both products will be available through the worldwide onOne Software
reseller network by December 1, 2007.
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