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PRESS RELEASE: FixerLabs Plug-ins reach an even wider audience
Since their launch in April 2003 the FixerLabs range of plug-ins, developed for Adobe's Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, have taken the image enhancement world by storm. Now the latest versions of all the plug-ins have been developed to work in Jasc's Paint Shop Pro as well other Photoshop compatible image editing programs. This brings the FixerLabs products to an even wider range of digital imaging professionals and enthusiasts.
This latest development will be greeted with enthusiasm by anyone who up until now have been unable to benefit from the high performance plug-ins FocusFixer, NoiseFixer, ShadowFixer and TrueBlur.
As well as this latest development FixerLabs is upgrading the FixerBundle to include TrueBlur, which blurs like a real camera lens, and the latest version of FocusFixer.
FocusFixer, 1.3.0 now gives astonishing results across a wide range of focus blurs. In particular when the blurring is mild (slightly "soft" edges), this version of FocusFixer delivers improved results. We have extended the range of cameras that our innovative "LensFIT" technology (patent applied for) will work with. LensFIT allows FocusFixer to accurately model camera optics to give you superior results.
The bundle is terrific value at only $95 (+ vat in EU). Combined value of all four products, FocusFixer, NoiseFixer, ShadowFixer and TrueBlur, individually purchased is $128 (+vat in EU).
Aimed at professional photographers FixerLabs plug-ins also have applications for desk-top publishing, graphic and web designers as well as enthusiastic amateur photographers.
Available now for both PC and Mac OS X platforms.
(First posted on Monday, December 15, 2003 at 11:35 EST)