AKVIS updates three photo retouching apps
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AKVIS updates three photo retouching apps

Three AKVIS photo retouching programs have been updated: AKVIS Retoucher v.6.5, AKVIS MultiBrush v.7.5, and AKVIS Coloriage v.9.5.

All of these products are available in two variants: as Photoshop plugins and as standalone applications, in versions for Mac OS X and Windows. They can be purchased as separate products as well as in the AKVIS Restoration Bundle at a discounted price.

AKVIS Retoucher is a photo restoration tool. It removes dust, scratches, stains, and other defects that appear on damaged photos. The software "intelligently" reconstructs the missing parts of the photo using the information of the surrounding areas. The program also helps to remove odd objects from your image.
AKVIS MultiBrush lets you retouch photos and enhance portraits. Featuring a collection of healing and enhancement brushes, stamping and drawing tools, the software helps you to perform portrait enhancement, retouch image flaws, remove unwanted objects from digital pictures, and even paint funny details on a photo. The program offers two sets of tools — Standard and Artistic Brushes.

AKVIS Coloriage lets you add color to your old black and white photos. The program is also helpful when you need to replace color or make a selective desaturation. The software creates natural-looking colorization. The rich Color Library with the skin, sky, verdure and other color patterns helps you to select realistic colors for your pictures.

In the new versions of all the apps, a new Share feature has been added. Now you can quickly post pictures from the programs to the social services: Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, Google+. RAW processing has been improved. The list of supported digital cameras has been extended with new cameras from various manufacturers (FUJIFILM, SONY, NIKON, CANON, and many others).

Registered users of these programs can upgrade to the new versions for free. Demos are available for download. Go to akvis.com for more info.

 
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