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PRESS RELEASE: PictoColor Releases CorrectPhoto 3.0 Digital Photo Editor Featuring OneClick Color Correction and Free ImageTitler
New Windows photo editor turns snapshots into great shots in a flash and features a simple way to add titles to pictures.
BURNSVILLE, Minn. -- January 16, 2008 -- PictoColor announces the release of CorrectPhoto 3.0 with ImageTitler. CorrectPhoto features PictoColor's OneClick Color technology that instantly gives every photo the color of life. With just one click, anyone can remove an unwanted color cast, improve the exposure and increase the vibrancy of all of their digital pictures. Plus, with its collection of other essential photo tools such as rotation, cropping, cropping to standard print sizes, resizing, removing red-eye, and sharpening, CorrectPhoto helps users turn snapshots into great shots in seconds. New to CorrectPhoto 3.0 is an additional stand-alone program for adding titles to any photo called ImageTitler, a simple and effective way to add descriptive titles to any image. It features a straightforward, easy-to-use interface for adding text in various sizes, colors, and fonts with excellent sharpness and clarity.
CorrectPhoto takes the guess work out of color correction with PictoColor's OneClick Color technology, the point-and-click color technology that really works. OneClick Color automatically corrects the white balance, exposure, and saturation. In addition to its automatic color correction capabilities, CorrectPhoto provides separate controls for manually adjusting brightness and contrast, independently adjusting shadows and highlights, and quickly adjusting the saturation. Designed for Windows XP and Vista users, CorrectPhoto's built in Windows Explorer provides direct access to Windows file management system for easy photo management and archiving.
"CorrectPhoto is an extremely easy-to-use program that really simplifies working with digital photos. With its smartly-organized tool set, advanced color technology, and integrated Windows media tools, CorrectPhoto enables users to take control of their digital photos and turn ordinary snapshots into great shots," said Craig Huelskoetter, president. "Our OneClick Color technology is by far our fastest, easiest, and most automatic color correction tool. Now, photo enthusiasts and home users can get the same professional results with an easy-to-use stand-alone program. Plus, with its integrated Windows Explorer, it's like having our advanced color technology built right into the operating system. Whether users plan to share their web galleries with family and friends, order prints from an online photo service, create stunning scrapbooks or DVDs, or just save them in their personal archives, CorrectPhoto and ImageTitler will save them hours and help them take their digital photos further."
CorrectPhoto with ImageTitler may be purchased at http://www.correctphoto.com for $39.95 as a software download. A free trial version of CorrectPhoto 3.0 with ImageTitler is available.
CorrectPhoto can be easily customized for private label use by photo retailers, online photo services, web galleries and other interactive digital photo applications including direct web links for express uploads and other brand building services.
(First posted on Thursday, January 17, 2008 at 00:27 EST)