Monthly Archives: May 2016

LandscapePro software

Anthropics Technology announces LandscapePro

 

We’re delighted to announce this week the launch of our brand new landscape editing software, LandscapePro.  

Just like PortraitPro, LandscapePro  is available in standalone and Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Elements plug-in editions. The new software radically simplifies and speeds up outdoor and nature photo retouching. It includes landscape relighting, sky replacement, 3D depth estimation, a depth of field simulator, distance controls, intelligent selection tools, and photo-adaptive controls among other powerful features. With one-click presets and targeted editing available, users can create beautiful landscapes in seconds.

Woodland before and after

LandscapePro is a new way to enhance pictures that rises to the challenges and nuances of landscape photography. It assumes no prior knowledge or technical skills, and photographers can create unique, dramatic effects quickly.

“Inspired by the success of Anthropics’s PortraitPro software, we are delighted to introduce a new product to help photographers expand their creativity and take landscape retouching to the next level,” said Andrew Berend, CEO, Anthropics. “LandscapePro offers an innovative and easy way to create stunning landscape photography, and can be used by novices or experienced photographers alike. As its intelligent controls uniquely adapt to the features of each photo, it enables photographers to do incredible things with their outdoor photos simply by using sliders.”

Easily enhance landscape photos. LandscapePro contains a host of unique tools to enable anyone to create beautiful scenic photographs.

  • Intelligent selection tools.
  • Unique editing controls that adapt to the photo.
  • Easy-to-use slider interface.
  • No technical skills required.
  • LandscapePro Studio handles RAW files and can be run as a Photoshop, Lightroom and Elements plug-in.

Wedding image LandscapePro

 

 

Check out the LandscapePro video here. 

Download your trial of LandscapePro today.

 

 

Photographer, camera computer, coffee

Top tips on batch processing

One of the most important things for a professional photographer is the time it takes to process the hundreds of images you take at each and every photo shoot.

This is where PortraitPro Studio Max can really save you hours of portrait retouching time.

The batch processing feature  ( available when you run the software as a standalone) can save you so much time you’ll have plenty of time to spend on other things.

  • When you run the batch processing, you still have full control over all your changes. You can set presets to be used, but you can still go in to each image and make individual changes too.
  • You can set your own presets, so you can make them as subtle, or as dramatic as you want. Each client is individual, so you might want to create a different preset for each client’s set.  Then you can use that particular preset for that client.
  • Your changes are all saved automatically, so whatever changes you do make are not lost, and you can always return to the summary to see all of your images together again.
  • You can choose where your images are saved, so it’s advisable to keep your edited images somewhere separate to your originals. Then you’ll always have your originals intact and your edited images too.

With the end of the semester in sight, you will probably have lots of high school senior sessions booked, not to mention senior prom, and graduation too!  Batch processing your images from your high school senior portraits can save you so much time, you can book even more seniors’ sessions.

Try out PortraitPro today and see how you can save time with new portrait editing software.