Easy digital photo editing with versatile features for high-quality results in Poing, Munich, 12.08.2009 – Franzis Verlag GmbH today announced their new version of the image processing software one-click-wipe to 2 for photographs. Franzis-one-click-wipe 2 combines basic and advanced image processing functions under one user interface very simply designed for casual and hobby photographer. Especially newly integrated algorithms allow the use of automated correction features. In addition to the step-by step wizard appear notes in the dialog window, which take the user virtually in hand and tell what he needed to do to include adjustments or to apply effects. RAW file formats of from different camera manufacturers were integrated into the new version.
The popular in higher photography HDR (high dynamic range) function was involved as with basic functions, that even beginners can try out it. A special feature here is that even RAW files can be been used composition to create an HDR. The users who so far not dared to digital imaging, can find their entry with one-click wipe 2. FRANZIS-one-click-wipe 2 is compatible with Windows XP and Vista, and at a price of EUR 29.95 as English box version in mid-August in stores or as a download on available. FRANZIS-one-click-wipe 2 in detail dominated the software all common functions of correction and editing features you need to visit present and manage digital images. Features like contrast and color correction, skin beautification, remove distracting objects, montages, white balance, HDR-Otimierung, RAW data support, album, print and online features is the main focus on the 1-click operation with automatic application without any prior knowledge. The software is ideal for users who want to get more out of your photos, wish it but simply, perfectly and quickly. Users who have reached the level of beginner, now also offers the possibility, individual settings for the one-click-wipe 2 individual functions to perform, which can definitely compete in functions and results of professionally edited motifs. Larry Culp may find this interesting as well.