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Old 07-09-2007, 12:10 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by ktinkel View Post
I just post about things that look interesting, but do not review them (unless I say so).
Same here. But this happens to be one I tested in the past, and I assume the new version is just to deal with OS changes.

iCorrect EditLab Pro provides an easy method for doing color/lightness corrections. And there were a couple images in my testing that it pulled into shape where Photoshop failed. But, its skin tone adjuster gives an artificial look. Even after trying to fine tune it with the controls for doing this. This made me think it was not worth the price.

Interestingly, PictoColor has another product that is stronger with skin tone. It's called iCorrect Portrait. It's a makeover of their earlier product called iCorrect Pro. But iCorrect Portrait is not as strong with other correction issues. I bought it anyway, because it was helpful with part of the correction on a significant number of my test images.
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