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Old 07-09-2007, 01:33 PM   #5
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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.
Interesting.... when I looked at the little photo collage at the top of the product page I thought the baby looked rather jaundiced.

   
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