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March 29, 2007 - Software provider Imagenomic this week released ActionBook, a set of Adobe Photoshop actions and tutorials designed to improve digital photographers’ workflow. ActionBook is a plug-in companion to the company’s Pro Plug-in Suite that consists of Noiseware, Portraiture, and RealGrain.
The plug-ins simplify pesky and time-consuming digital photography adjustments – reducing noise in photographs shot at high ISOs, multistep portrait retouching, and realistic looking grain overlays – via actions, which are a set of automated tasks Photoshop performs with the click of a button.
"The goal of ActionBooks is to take proven automation steps using Imagenomic's advanced tools and combine them with non-linear learning so the knowledge-building process becomes visually intrinsic, dynamic, and highly-relevant to the photographer's own workflow process,' said Imagenomic CEO David McDonell in a company press release.
In future releases, photographers will be able to create their own actions and share their editing process with fellow photographers.
For more information, trial downloads, or to purchase ActionBook, visit http://www.imagenomic.com.