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Applied Science Fiction Releases ROC and SHO Photoshop FiltersPlugins enhance color correction and manipulation
Applied Science Fiction is the creator of Digital ICE and Digital ICE3 and focuses its technologies on photo manipulation and restoration. The new Digital ROC plugin offers automatic color restoration, while Digital SHO automatically reveals details in dark image areas on an image file. The plugins are compatible with host applications that support the Photoshop plugin standard.
Digital ROC removes the color cast from faded images and the effects of tungsten and fluorescent lighting by using proprietary algorithms to analyze the color gradients of an image and determine the optimum tonal curve for each color channel. Digital SHO automatically reveals details hidden in shadows commonly caused by exposure problems such as backlit subjects, uneven flash illumination and partial shade, according to ASF. Digital SHO analyzes and adjusts the gradations of darker image areas to reveal hidden details.
Free trial versions are available for download now (for Windows right now) from ASF. The demo versions are fully functional but apply watermarks to images. To remove the watermarking, users can register the plugins for $49.95 each. For more information, visit http://www.asf.com.
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