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Anthropics Technology launches PortraitPro 17 with new featuresEasy to use tools make professional portrait touchups a snap
Anthropics Technology launches PortraitPro 17 with new features
Easy to use tools make professional portrait touchups a snap
Whether you're a professional photographer or just want to elevate the look of your portrait shots, Portrait Pro from Anthropics just released version 17. The new version comes with several features that make it phenomenally easy to modify your background, subject, or composition with a few sliders.
Removing your subject from a simple background will help anyone modify the existing background to procedural color or replace it with a completely new image.
Vignetting options and more realistic skin tone modifications are also in the new feature set.
While these new features are probably something that existing users are excited to have in their toolset, photographers who don't use PortraitPro should look at the previous versions and current feature set. The number of tools that are included in the software are numerous, and, perhaps more importantly - are very easy to use, allowing beginners (and experts) to quickly experiment with multiple iterations until they find the look they want.
Check out their website to see what the scope of the new features are. If you're unfamiliar with PortraitPro, check out the free demo version to see what the features can do.
It should be noted that they also make software called 'LandscapePro' which uses similar technology to modify landscape photography with amazing results. They also make 'Smart Photo Editor' which allows you to create effects style modifications to your photos and give significantly more control over the image and where the changes are being made. Their 'Portrait Body' software has limited appeal, but seems equally easy to use, and for its ease of use, excels at offering simple tools to achieve dramatic changes.
Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles. In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design. When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
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