imphoto Corrects Dynamic Range

November 12, 2009 | Mark Goldstein | Software | Comment |

imphoto for pc reveals the details in photos, bringing detail out of the shadow areas whilst respecting brighter zones and maintaining colour balance. “imphoto is orders of magnitude faster than any existing solution and produces unmatched quality so that everyone can see the pictures they want, whether for sharing with friends or for publishing professionally” commented CEO of imsense, Philippe Dewost.  imphoto pro edition views, processes and save any type of image in their natural format and resolution. In addition to the core features this version provides batch processing, handling of linear 32-bit per channel HDR images and the ability to save in multiple formats. imphoto retails at $29.99 for the home edition and $99 for the professional edition.

imsense Press Release

imphoto for pc announced

New product brings the power of eye-fidelityTM to all photographers

Cambridge, UK November 11th, 2009

imsense, the Cambridge company which develops eye-fidelityTM Dynamic Range Correction technology to deliver the perfect picture has today announced the general availability of its imphoto for pc software.

imphoto for pc reveals the details in photos, bringing detail out of the shadow whilst totally respecting brighter zones and maintaining colour balance.  It’s designed to shorten digital imaging’s most important step to correct brightness and contrast, and it does so automatically, in the blink of an eye, delivering the best possible quality – the perfect picture.

imphoto is available in three versions:
• imphoto demo is a free application with restricted functionality where images can only be saved in JPEG format and where they are resized and scaled to a maximum height/width of 500 pixels.
• imphoto home edition allows processing of any sized JPEG image and also provides additional features including control sliders for rendering settings to adjust gamma, brightness and contrast, allowing users to reveal the image to their own preferences
• For the professional and keen amateur, imphoto pro edition views, processes and save any type of image in their natural format and resolution.  In addition to the core features this version provides batch processing, handling of linear 32-bit per channel HDR images and the ability to save in multiple formats.
• A restricted functionality version, imviewer, is also available on the iPhone, with a full implementation of imphoto currently in Apple review.

CEO of imsense, Philippe Dewost, said “eye-fidelity technology has resulted from over 10 years of research and eight patents to date.  Bringing this technology to market through the imphoto product means that everyone, whether a keen amateur or a professional has the opportunity to reveal the detail in their photos, bringing pictures out of the shadows but without changing any other effects, so that the image they remember seeing is revealed.”  Philippe continued: “imphoto is orders of magnitude faster than any existing solution and produces unmatched quality so that everyone can see the pictures they want, whether for sharing with friends or for publishing professionally.”

The product is endorsed by Michael Freeman, (www.michaelfreemanphoto.com) who said “I’ve just revisited some images I’d previously processed using high-end photo-processing software.  With imphoto, I can get a more natural result in a fraction of the time”

imphoto retails at $29.99 for the home edition and $99 for the professional edition. A dedicated site, www.imphotonow.com has also been launched with the opportunity for photographers to share their processed photos.



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