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PRESS RELEASE: Aragon System Releases NoiseAway
Aragon System (www.aragonsystem.com), a long-time provider of scientific imaging software, has released NoiseAway, an image handling application for photographers.
NoiseAway offers advanced functions in an intuitive environment, providing a complete solution for image workflow from development of Raw images to printing.
Images are always presented with the monitor profile applied and printers that support larger color spaces than sRGB can easily be supported. The user can view images either in directory view or album view. Albums can be easily created by the user for organizing the images without creating copies.
A unique feature of NoiseAway is that it automatically uses the internal camera settings when developing Raw images. Apart from standard functions, such as resize, crop, apply curves and sharpening, several advanced tools such as advanced Noise Removal and adaptive Contrast Tool are also included.
For Museums and others who need to scan printed material, a wavelet based tool for de-rasterization is also included.
External programs can easily be used for functions not included in NoiseAway. All results are automatically saved and the user can start over at any point with an earlier image version of the image. Functions can be applied to several images at once and image processing settings can be reused later.
All functions are documented by an easy to use "bubble help" system.
A time limited but fully functional version can be downloaded from www.aragonsystem.com/noiseaway/downloads.html. NoiseAway supports Windows 2000/XP and Vista.
(First posted on Monday, March 30, 2009 at 12:37 EDT)