By Billy Kirk
PictoColor recently released version 3.1 of its CorrectPhoto editing software, which emphasizes quick and simple adjustments for those new to digital photo processing.
CorrectPhoto 3.1 offers single-click options to render black-and-white and sepia tone effects to images. Other basic tools such as cropping, rotation, red eye correction are available in an intuitive interface. Adjustments for shadows and highlights, as well as control over color saturation are all built-in.
CorrectPhoto comes with PictoColor’s propietary OneClick Color technology, a “point-and-click” design that automatically adjusts exposure, white balance, and more. Also, in the interest of Windows XP and Vista compatibility, the program provides a built-in Windows Explorer which makes locating and storing photos on the user’s PC a breeze.
“Our OneClick Color technology is by far our fastest, easiest, and most automatic color correction tool,” said Craig Huelskoetter, PictoColor president. “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 will save them hours and help them take their digital photos further.”
CorrectPhoto 3.1 can be purchased at http://www.correctphoto.com for just $39.95. A free trial is also available for download.