AKVIS Retoucher has been an enormous help to us in restoring the quality of damaged photos that has historic significance. Whoever devised it in its current form is a genius and deserves public acknowledgement. (Bryan Clark)
(PRWEB) August 18, 2016
AKVIS Retoucher is a powerful tool for photo restoration and photo retouching. The software effectively heals damaged parts of a photo, removes scratches, stains, and other defects. With the program, users can easily restore their old family photos and preserve them for future generations.
The program has a broad application spectrum. Use it to enhance the composition of photos by getting rid of unnecessary details such as wires, date stamps, etc. or even remove bigger objects. A wide variety of tools and options allows finding the best solution for any image.
Version 8.0 increases the capabilities with an innovative image retouching mode specifically designed for correcting small defects and imperfections.
Currently, the program offers 2 photo retouching modes: All-Purpose Retouching and Small Defects.
The usability of the program has been enhanced by adding the History Brush tool, several new setting options, support for 4k & 5k displays, and other new features.
Download AKVIS Retoucher 8.0 and take advantage of the free 10-day trial!
The software runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and on Mac OS X 10.6-10.11. The product is available as a standalone application and as a plugin filter for Adobe Photoshop and other image editors.
AKVIS Retoucher, Home license, sells for $87 or €67. Consult the official website for further details of license types, versions, prices, etc.
It is a free upgrade for recent buyers of AKVIS Retoucher who bought or upgraded the license during the last 12 months. If a license is not valid for the latest version, a user can get the new version for only $14.95.
AKVIS (http://akvis.com) specializes in development of image and video processing software. The company was founded in 2004 by IT professionals having considerable experience in programming and software development. Since then the company has released a number of successful programs for Windows and Mac.