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Pictographics' iCorrect EditLab Enables ICC Input Profile Editing

(April 2003) posted on Mon Apr 28, 2003

Helps digital photographers get color right at the capture stage


The newest version (4.0) of Pictographics' iCorrect? EditLab software is designed to improve the productivity of professional digital photographers and photo labs by making it easier to obtain color-accurate images at the capture stage. The Adobe Photoshop plug-in is promoted as a fast and simple way to professionally color correct digital pictures and profile them in an ICC-color-managed workflow. With the new version, users can quickly edit ICC input profiles for digital cameras and scanners and also create ICC profiles from a color-corrected image.

In addition, iCorrect EditLab 4.0 is Photoshop action enabled, meaning that it can automatically batch process images to meet certain color-correction parameters.

iCorrect EditLab is the flagship product in Pictographics? iCorrect family of point-and-click color-correction products. In the ColorSmart? mode, iCorrect EditLab automatically analyzes an image and sequentially sets the optimum starting points of four color-control areas (gray balance, white/black point, brightness/contrast/saturation, and hue-selective editing). Then, all that's left is the much simpler task of making small refinements.

The plug-in lists for $99.95 and is compatible with Photoshop 5, 6 and 7 and Elements 1 and 2 and available in Mac and PC versions. (Pictographics: www.picto.com)


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