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Ashampoo Photo Optimizer FREE

Posted In Graphic - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, April 25th, 2012 With No Comments »

Digital Cameras are a must have: Almost everyone has one. The problem is that the self taken pictures often don’t turn out as good as the photographer wanted them to. The photos are mostly too dark, and weak in contrast and colour. Often they look as if you look at them through grey fog. Naturally it is possible to use a professional picture processor, in order to work on all the picture settings belatedly, so that the photo is radiant. Only: who knows how to do that? And even those who know how to regulate all picture settings and who know all optimization instructions that a professional programme has to offer, have a real problem with time: altering pictures on the PC, can take a very long time. 

Ashampoo Photo Optimizer FREE

In this way the Ashampoo Photo Optimizer FREE is really a world sensation, which every user with a digital camera almost imperatively needs. The programme opens individual pictures and shows them in its window. A single click of the mouse is enough to optimize the photo entirely. The effect of this optimization does not fail to impress. The photos changed by the Ashampoo Photo Optimizer FREE are livelier, brighter, lighter, sharper and have a stronger contrast. The direct before and after comparison shows precisely just how strong the optimization algorithm of the software is. 

Features:

  • Photo optimization with just a click of the mouse
  • Fully automatic improvement of contrast, brightness, colour intensity, sharpness
  • Picture preview
  • Possibility to undo the picture optimization at any time
  • The untouched original remains as a backup
  • Batch processing of all pictures in one folder is possible
  • Turn picture to right or left

Operating System: Windows® 2000, Windows® XP, Windows Vista®

Download Ashampoo Photo Optimizer FREE here!

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