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PRESS RELEASE: PictoColor Releases iCorrect OneClick 1.5 Automatic Color Correction Plug-in for Photoshop CS3

New version offers users fast, easy, accurate color correction with just one click

BURNSVILLE, Minn., July 18, 2007 -- PictoColor Corporation has released iCorrect OneClick 1.5 Plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS3. The new version of the company's fastest, easiest, and most automated color correction software features full compliance with the latest Photoshop Plug-in SDK (Software Development Kit) from Adobe as well as support for Intel and PowerPC-based Macintosh. Free upgrades are available for registered users who purchased iCorrect OneClick Plug-in on or after January 1, 2007.

New features include:

• Fully Compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS3 Plug-in SDK

• Universal Binary for Macintosh

• Native support for Intel and PowerPC-based Macintosh

• Support for Adobe Photoshop CS3 Smart Filters

• Improved support for Photoshop selections and layers

• Now supports huge documents - images larger than 30,000 x 30,000 pixels

Based on PictoColor's professional-level color technology, iCorrect OneClick is ideal for photo enthusiasts who want to take the guesswork out of making the color right. By simply clicking on an area in the image that should be neutral (black or white or gray), users can instantly correct the white balance, fix the exposure, and improve the saturation.

In addition to its automatic one click feature, this new version offers users additional tools for enhancing their photos such as fine tuning the exposure by independently adjusting the overall brightness, shadows, and highlights or creating more vivid, lifelike images by simply boosting the contrast and saturation. Plus, iCorrect OneClick offers special effects like black & white and sepia tone with stunning professional results.

"iCorrect OneClick is by far our fastest, easiest, and most automatic color correction plug-in yet. Now, home users can get the same accurate results our professional customers have enjoyed for years. Plus, having access to all the features that take the guess work out of color correction available in a single tool offers great time savings to anybody looking to improve the quality of their digital photos," said Craig Huelskoetter, President. "Whether users plan to share their photos with family and friends, order prints from an online photo service, create impressive scrapbooks, or just save them in their personal archives, they will enjoy them even more with iCorrect OneClick."

Key Features

One Click White Balance and Exposure Correction -- Simply click on an area in the image that should be black or white or gray, and iCorrect OneClick will automatically:

• Remove any color cast by correcting the white balance with a single click

• Correct the tonal range by making the darkest colors black and the lightest colors white

• Correct the exposure by adjusting the overall brightness.

• Adjust the saturation

Fine-tune the exposure and recover extra detail by independently adjusting:

• Overall Brightness,

• Shadows, and

• Highlights

Create more vivid, life-like photos by easily boosting:

• Contrast and

• Saturation

Create stunning, professional quality special effects:

• Black & White

• Sepia Tone


• Microsoft Windows XP, Vista

• Mac OS X, v 10.2.8 to 10.4.8,

• Photoshop CS2, CS3, Photoshop Elements 4.0.1 (Macintosh) Photoshop Elements 5 (Windows).

iCorrect OneClick may be purchased at PictoColor's secure on-line store at http://www.pictocolor.com for $49.95 as a software download. A free downloadable demo version is available at http://www.pictocolor.com.

(First posted on Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at 11:35 EDT)

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