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Old 07-19-2006, 07:54 AM   #1
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Default Zone System retouch software

Lightcrafts has introduced LightZone — a digital retouching program aimed at photographers —which the company describes as “a better way to correct and retouch your photos and create stunning images and prints.”

The product is said to be based on photographic principles and Ansel Adams’s Zone System method. “LightZone is a more natural and intuitive approach for photo retouching, allowing you to focus on what to do with your images rather than how to do it.”

The software allows the photographer to focus on the image rather than on pixels, curves, or histograms. It includes easy to use layers and masks. It has built-in image browser and RAW converter. Much more information is available at the linked web site.

For Mac and Windows, LightZone is $150. A 30-day demo is available.



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